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My Last Question about D & D Exhaust

Ok guys, I want a SINGLE can D & D exhaust fo my 2006 600RR. My question is if I use a 2005 F4I D & D Pipe will the PERFORMANCE be the same? I know it wont bolt up right and Ill have to do a custom job on it. But my question is will it perform the same? The motors are the same. If it will perform the same ill be buying a 2005 F4I pipe. Please help.........................

here is the motor specs on the 2006 600RR
Engine Type599cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinderBore and Stroke67.0mm x 42.5mmCompression Ratio12.0:1Valve TrainDOHC; four valves per cylinderCarburetionDual Stage Fuel Injection (DSFI)IgnitionComputer-controlled digital transistorized with three-dimensional mapping


Here is the specs for the 2005 F4I
Engine Type599cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinderBore and Stroke67.0mm x 42.5mmCompression Ratio12.0:1Valve TrainDOHC; four valves per cylinderCarburetionProgrammed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) with automatic enricher circuitIgnitionComputer-controlled digital transistorized with three-dimensional mapping


PLease exlpain why this would not work?

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I hope I dont look dumb! LOL

I jsut dont want the dual can coming out the back!

But I really like the D & D Sound

Please do not respond saying I dont want a D & D
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well, the F bikes have the exhaust off the side and not undertail like the rr, so you're going to have to find some messurements on the can to see if it will fit in the space under the tail, plus the angle of the tip and the pipe in will be all screwy. custom bended pipes will be nessesary, and this is were you might hurt performance depending on who bends the pipe, how good of a job the do, and what kind of bends the make...at the end of the day my guess whould be that its going to look worse, make less power, AND cost more.



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i have a full d and d on my rr and i dont think you could interchange the mid pipe on both bikes
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i have a full d and d on my rr and i dont think you could interchange the mid pipe on both bikes
Thats where the custom work comes in!
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the motor is not the same, it does share alot but it also has alot of differances. and it wont sound the same. but im sure what you want to do will work, but i think that pipe will be too long. (IMO)

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the motor is not the same, it does share alot but it also has alot of differances. and it wont sound the same. but im sure what you want to do will work, but i think that pipe will be too long. (IMO)
How do the motors differ? The specs are the same?
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It'll work, just go for it! Pics when it's done pls.
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im sure what you want to do will work, but i think that pipe will be too long. (IMO)
good point, with some mods to the pipe it will prob. work. but you will most likely find that it is longer than you want. Unless you plan to mod the can also. you will also have to make a custom bracket to mount it with.
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