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07 Moriwaki full exhaust install

install still in progress. everything fits perfect on the bike. Here are a few pictures and a video. Warning the stock tail light does not fit with the race system. I'm dremeling it out now to fit until I modify the 06 tail light onto it.
I think it sounds great. as soon as I make a map on the dyno I'll post some numbers.




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short clip while on lift.
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Looks like extremely good quality parts, and the sound is so throaty! I'm a little jealous!

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Nice! Post pics when everything is done!
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looks good dude. Had the same problem with the stock fender when i fitted mine.
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That sounds soo badass!

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Ok finished installing. had 1 more snag. the left lower hit the left header. I had to cut it out. I am going to round it out later. No big deal though. It is a race system.

Here is the tail it still hits the exhaust. It will have to do until I modify the tail light.



Here it my cut in the lower. I know it looks terrible. I ran out of time today. I am goint to file it round in the next couple of days. It will look much better




Here it is finished so far.




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Jesus christ dude that can looks like it holds enough booster to rocket you to the moon.
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Thats a beautiful exhaust system!
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i just saw some dude at the track today running that system... its pretty loud n it sounds pretty good. Nice bike bro.
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dang why do so many exhausts require cutting the body work?? :(
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dang why do so many exhausts require cutting the body work?? :(
just full systems. no slip on has yet require you to cut your plastics that i know of.

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If you are going to take a video you should move around a little, otherwise it just looks like a still picture that shakes... :)

Frigging awesome exhaust, though. Thanks for the pics!
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vid sounds sweet.... thanks for the post... you get a dyno baseline done????
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Youtube wasn't working last night so i could hear it. That thing sounds damn sweet. real deap.

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ok next video I will move around lol. I haven't done a dyno run yet or started on my map. I will most likely do that on Monday as it's my day off.
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Nice.. 1 question though.. Is there enough room to still change the oil filter without removing headers?

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oil filter is accessible. you don't have to take off the headers. I did an oil change after it was installed.
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Man that's crazy that you have to cut your plastics!!!

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Man that's crazy that you have to cut your plastics!!!
most full systems you will.

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Nice can! Sounds great too.

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Man that's crazy that you have to cut your plastics!!!
like andrew said, u have to most system, had to gring mine away to fit my akra system, its well worth it
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I still haven't made a map for it yet. I did install the arrow full system map from dynojet's website. It seems to work pretty well. very smooth and pulls very good.
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I did a few dyno runs today. I don't have a copy to post as I don't have a scanner available right now. With the arrow full system map on the power commander the bike runs awesome. from 8500 all the way to 15.5 teh air fuel is spot on . it is a little up and down before that but not bad. max hp was 103.31 torque at 45.03 I'm not sure on the corrections the dyno has built into it. It always seems to be a bit low. for comparison my friends 06 r6 racebike with custom map and leo vince full exhuast made max power of 106 on the same dyno. (a month ago)

the power curve is very good. from 10-12.5 it increases quite a bit.

I will try to scan this sheet in.
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big valley honda 775-322-4311 $1099. full race system. will take 2 weeks to get in from japan. remember no rear tail light assy and cut left lower fairing a bit.

I will do another video in a day or 2. it sounds even better with the correct fueling. when I downshift and let off the gas it makes a awesome throaty rumble.
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ok here is the dyno sheet. i figured out.
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Suhhhhhhwweeeeeeet bike! i'm diggin the exhaust too!

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just full systems. no slip on has yet require you to cut your plastics that i know of.

yeah but u'd think they'd make it so it's a straight bolt on. You didn't have to cut anything on the previous years.

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you should not have to cut the street full system. not sure though won't see it until june
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