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Anyone Dyno With The Rt-1 Exhaust Yet???

Hey... all with all the talk about the RT-1 on how it looks (which I this is hot as well). Has anyone looked in the performance part if that exhaust?

So... I'm asking if anyone has dyno there RR after they had installed their slip-on exhaust. Or know of the performance increase after installing.

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I meant the RT-1 Dual Exhaust Sorry for the repost

I meant the RT-1 Dual exhaust.

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Hey... all with all the talk about the RT-1 on how it looks (which I this is hot as well). Has anyone looked in the performance part if that exhaust?

So... I'm asking if anyone has dyno there RR after they had installed their slip-on exhaust. Or know of the performance increase after installing.

Thanks...

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I can't see it being much different than the RT1 single outlet, which is what I have. Custom dyno done: 108 hp. Hope that helps.
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I personally like teh single outlet better but that's just me
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the Dually is the shiznit!!! Why have one when you can have two?
I dont know the dyno gains, but would like to! I know I can feel an increase.
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That's nice to know. I've just ordered mine from MRI yesterday. I can't wait to get it.

I'm still intestred if anyone has dyno with it on yet.

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the Dually is the shiznit!!! Why have one when you can have two?
I dont know the dyno gains, but would like to! I know I can feel an increase.

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Hey SD Punk. Did you install it yourself? If so is it easy to install?

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the Dually is the shiznit!!! Why have one when you can have two?
I dont know the dyno gains, but would like to! I know I can feel an increase.

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sd your exhaust looks sick. black bikes with carbon look gangster. i love my yosh but the rt1 dual is best of the micron dual and yosh carbon cone


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dual is prolly a tiny bit more gain than the single

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I don't see why dual outlet would have more power, for any reason. Even cars that have dual exhaust make more power when you convert them to a single exit. Anytime you split an exhaust flow you create more turbulence, which screws up the exhaust gas pulse and scavenging.

Its all science, and every scientific test I have EVER seen shows single outlet provides most power. Probably the reason why HRC axed the dual outlet program. It looks cool though, and if it sounds like the single outlet RT one its one of the better sounding exhausts for our bikes


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My friend has a dyno and will be getting it done soon. I will post the results till then you will just have to look at the pics. Enjoy
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I just bought a 03 600rr and I was recently in the market shopping around for exhausts myself. when I went to my local motorcycle shop I asked the parts guy about the jardine dual outlet exhaust, not to mention that this guy is a ama racer he told me that I would actually loss horsepower with this particular exhaust, that there just for looks so with that being said I order the 2 brothers m5 slip on.
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Hey SD Punk. Did you install it yourself? If so is it easy to install?

Thx...
A breeze. There is no gasket to re-use, the aluminum shielding is removed, the black cover by the rider is removed, the only mounting bolt is through the hole at the end of the frame / beneath the seat.
I had already removed the seat cowl for a new brake light, but either way it should be no more than 1.5 hrs max.
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I just bought a 03 600rr and I was recently in the market shopping around for exhausts myself. when I went to my local motorcycle shop I asked the parts guy about the jardine dual outlet exhaust, not to mention that this guy is a ama racer he told me that I would actually loss horsepower with this particular exhaust, that there just for looks so with that being said I order the 2 brothers m5 slip on.
Sorry to break it to ya bro, but loosing hp by adding the dual Jardine is HIGHLY unlikely. Either the guy has some beef with Jardine, gets some good perks selling another exhaust, or is a great racer but not all that well informed about exhausts.

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So... I'm asking if anyone has dyno there RR after they had installed their slip-on exhaust. Or know of the performance increase after installing.

Thanks...
Here you go. and, for the record, these numbers aren't padded in any way, my dyno isn't a liar. Also, these runs were done without Power Commander (or equivalent) remapping.


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Here you go. and, for the record, these numbers aren't padded in any way, my dyno isn't a liar. Also, these runs were done without Power Commander (or equivalent) remapping.






Oh hell yes.. that looks beautiful..

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Thanks Jardine!!!

Hey Jardine. Thanks for posting up a dyno for the RT-1 Dual Slip on Exhaust. I'm impress with the results that came up. Also this says alot for Jardine that you guys value your customers and new product by joinning this website to answer questions like this and to get feedback on your product. I say's alot that you guys are paying attention and following your product through.

Since I've started this thread I've gotten my RT-1 Dual Exhaust and I love how my RR rides and sounds. I've got pics posted on another thread but they are thumbnail size files and don't show much detail, I will repost the pics agian on this thread with bigger pics.

Thanks agian Jardine!!!



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Here you go. and, for the record, these numbers aren't padded in any way, my dyno isn't a liar. Also, these runs were done without Power Commander (or equivalent) remapping.


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I'm truly ecstatic that you're happy with the dual outlet exhaust and the power increase it provides. It's a project that I am very proud of. I can't begin to explain how awesome it is to hear the overwhelmingly positive response I/we have received for many of our newer product lines. This is an incredibly exciting time for me here at Jardine.

I have lurked on many forums for a long time, but I have been thrown off of so many of them just for being a manufacturer, yet not a site sponsor, that I'm tentative to respond at times. I will, however, answer as many questions that I can here, as an enthusiast and as Jardine.
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Thanks... Jardine.

I have a couple questions and wonder if you can answer it for me. I plan on getting a K&N filter and a power commander for my RR. Do you know how much more horsepower I will gain with my new exhaust? Also will I be fine just running the slip on with out the power commander or any other upgrades?

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I'm truly ecstatic that you're happy with the dual outlet exhaust and the power increase it provides. It's a project that I am very proud of. I can't begin to explain how awesome it is to hear the overwhelmingly positive response I/we have received for many of our newer product lines. This is an incredibly exciting time for me here at Jardine.

I have lurked on many forums for a long time, but I have been thrown off of so many of them just for being a manufacturer, yet not a site sponsor, that I'm tentative to respond at times. I will, however, answer as many questions that I can here, as an enthusiast and as Jardine.

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I'm truly ecstatic that you're happy with the dual outlet exhaust and the power increase it provides. It's a project that I am very proud of. I can't begin to explain how awesome it is to hear the overwhelmingly positive response I/we have received for many of our newer product lines. This is an incredibly exciting time for me here at Jardine.

I have lurked on many forums for a long time, but I have been thrown off of so many of them just for being a manufacturer, yet not a site sponsor, that I'm tentative to respond at times. I will, however, answer as many questions that I can here, as an enthusiast and as Jardine.
I'll second the others responses to your post. It is refreshing to hear straight from the "horse's mouth" rather than get second hand info that never seems to jive.

I am very pleased with my RT-1. The install was a snap and it looks awesome. If i can interject a proposal, I would have liked to be able to keep the plastic exhaust cover just above the rider peg. I would hate to burn my trousers on the exposed pipe. Other than that I could not be happier!!!!

thanks again
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Pics of my RT-1 Dual I promised











Enjoy the pics. As I enjoy my new Exhaust!!!


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Hey Jardine. Thanks for posting up a dyno for the RT-1 Dual Slip on Exhaust. I'm impress with the results that came up. Also this says alot for Jardine that you guys value your customers and new product by joinning this website to answer questions like this and to get feedback on your product. I say's alot that you guys are paying attention and following your product through.

Since I've started this thread I've gotten my RT-1 Dual Exhaust and I love how my RR rides and sounds. I've got pics posted on another thread but they are thumbnail size files and don't show much detail, I will repost the pics agian on this thread with bigger pics.

Thanks agian Jardine!!!

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Here you go. and, for the record, these numbers aren't padded in any way, my dyno isn't a liar. Also, these runs were done without Power Commander (or equivalent) remapping.

Ok, call me a newbie or whatever, but how do you read one of these charts? Well I know how to read it but what is the "key" I guess is what I am asking. What does the blue line represent and what does the red line represent? Is it the before and after? If so why is it maped twice?

Nevermind... I had to adjust the color on my screen... it looked like the lines were both red and blue. One is off red and one is red and one is off blue and the other is blue... I got it figured out. Thanks anyway!

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hey jardine! lets say both of my jardine sticker is fading away and is lookin a bit pink, any chance i can get some replacements?! or will i have to pull em off and have people wonder what kind of pipe it is. i have a titanium can.
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hey jardine! lets say both of my jardine sticker is fading away and is lookin a bit pink, any chance i can get some replacements?! or will i have to pull em off and have people wonder what kind of pipe it is. i have a titanium can.
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are there any maps for '07 600rr with dual jardine for power commander
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Sorry to add to the rush of questions Jardine, but what kind of performance gains would I get if I went with the RT-1 Full system? Also is that the only full system you guys carry for an 07 RR?

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Hey babrat, Im sorry but its nice enough for them to answer ligitimate questions on here. What are you though Corky, RED=after, BLUE=before, one is torque the other HP? Not to be mean moderators, but this guy is retarded and wasting peoples VALUABLE time!
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Hey babrat, Im sorry but its nice enough for them to answer ligitimate questions on here. What are you though Corky, RED=after, BLUE=before, one is torque the other HP? Not to be mean moderators, but this guy is retarded and wasting peoples VALUABLE time!
A dip **** next time read the whole post... before you go smarting off...

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...Nevermind... I had to adjust the color on my screen... it looked like the lines were both red and blue. One is off red and one is red and one is off blue and the other is blue... I got it figured out. Thanks anyway!
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