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hey guys im thinkin about getting a set of velocity stacks are they hard to install? and who can i get some from...thanks...

and is it worth the money for the power increase?
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before you get flamed for not searching. . .

They are easy to install if you know how to take the fairings off your bike. . . specifically the tank. . You can get them from some of the site sponsors. . . .

Is the money worth the power increase? welll some people would pay a lot of money for a little power and some people wouldn't. I think its worth it. But i think dropping a tooth up front is a better idea for a "power, acceleration" increase.

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well i have a 2+ up in the back and a 1 down in the front, but if i get even more power i wanna do it...power is power to me...
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So far it has yet to be proven that they add power. The only thing that has been established is that the basically relocate your power band so that you have more power at a given rpm than you did before. Just not actually more hp overall....
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I thought about getting some stacks...I have two friends who did it on their R1's and it beefed up the midrange...and thats where the RR is lacking. Taking off the tank is easy its just a pain in the rear. I'm just lazy/broke so I didn't do it.
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So far it has yet to be proven that they add power.
Gotta love the internet. Puhleeze. My RR rips with the full package on it:

Arrow full pipe
PCIII
FP stacks
BMC filter
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My bike and a stocker are night and day different. The velo stacks were a pretty easy install and very well worth the time, effort and expense. Would do/will do again. I'm nearly 200lbs and I have to now use control when rounding a turn and get'n on it in a lower gear.
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Ask Roo on here
he rode mine and his back to back
all he had to say was he was gonna steal my bike and change plastics lol

I noticed a diff after i installed the stack's
and would recomend them to anyone

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I'm very happy with mine :)
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So far it has yet to be proven that they add power. The only thing that has been established is that the basically relocate your power band so that you have more power at a given rpm than you did before. Just not actually more hp overall....
+1 Exactly. That's similar to what I was told by Dan Kyle. That being said, I have some on the way (freebie)
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Hmmm....I think they work. (Just to justify my investment )
I already did the sprocket change to 15/45, just so I pinched for this little oomf from the v-stacks.
The HP numbers are small from my run, but it's there on the sheet....
0.1 HP in some places and up to almost 3 HP higher up in the revs.
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he rode mine and his back to back
all he had to say was he was gonna steal my bike and change plastics lol

I noticed a diff after i installed the stack's
and would recomend them to anyone
Yea the difference between Rudys bike and mine is insane! We would come out of a turn and hit a long straight and both be full throttle and his bike would just leave me behind.
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longer velocity stacks increase power at midrange, shorter velocity stacks increase top-end power but trade off some power at low & midrange.


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If you want more power why not just buy a 750 or 1K?
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If Honda made a CBR 750RR, I'd probably buy one.

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If Honda made a CBR 750RR, I'd probably buy one.
id be right behind ya

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Suzuki makes a nice one, If your not branded.
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