Okay not trying to bash on this product but honestly do you really need a dual on a thumper? Ya it looks cool i'll give it that much but this means it costs double and weighs twice what one alone would have weighed. Now if this thing made twice as much power as a single can setup would have then okay I guess it might be worth a shot but if its just for looks and doesnt have any performance gains to boot then why get it?
"Yes we were at Sand MTN. The pipes on the web site are proto pipes and are in production right now. My stock Dyno test on the predator was 39 H.P.. I was told from my testing guy the pure polaris slip-on and jetted correctly brought it up to 41 H.P.. With our pipe kit we hit 44.5 H.P.. I am expecting another 1.5 H.P. on the stamped production parts.The kit will be around a $700.00 retail . I will be placing Dyno graphs on the web shortly."
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SPORT, what's the weight difference between the WB Slip-On with stock header vs the whole dual kit.
PREDATORMAN7687, you would have to use a clamp-on with it, from what I see in the pictures the cans come right where the airbox would be.
If stock vs WB Slip-On is 2hp gain, and this give 5.5 gain plus maybe 1.5 more, I would think that would justify me getting it. But then again, the look works for me! Drop the price a little bit would be even more appealing for all!
yeah, $700 is expensive, but at the same time you are basically getting two systems. whats would the price of 2 big gun systems? i would really like to have this dual system, but i dont think i'll dump $700 for it!
Please let me clarify...My post above was a copy of an e-mail I received from the dual pipe manufacturer. I'm kinda curious where the "2 HP" gain came from for the WB slip on? That slip on puts out more than that and so does the HMF. The dyno results in that e-mail don't add up.
I have heard that the white brothers pipe only adds about 1 horse, but lots of torque! maybe those numbers arent so bad? even if his numbers on that dyno are low, as lone as the only variable that changed was the exhaust, the horse difference should be accurate right? not trying to argue, just curious
I don't think sport knows, he's not the one building it, he just forwarded (sp?) the e-mail to us. I look at the hp ratings that he got this way, if he only gained 2 hp on HIS dyno, then did the other changes with the dual exhaust and gained 5.5 on HIS dyno, maybe the dyno used to say the WB gave 4 hp will say the dual gave 7ish? Never know.........till it's tested by an outside source.
Honestly I think it looks sweet. I do wonder what it sounds like, and how loud it is.
This dang thing has me thinking about working an extra month at both jobs so I might be able to get one but, 1 I don't think I can take too much more of this and, 2 I ride mainly on trails and worry about slimy wet trails with a clamp on filter.
I ride in a lot of wet areas (Northern Wisconsin spring through winter) but a lot of people are running the clamp ons with outerwears and aren't having any problems with water at all. I'll have to see if that price comes down, good gains or not. Most duals for anything else run around $500, so around there would be very reasonable.
Definately Drop th price to 500 at least. That way more pipes will be sol because for 5 my 2 buddies and i will definately get one. Let me know. is that dual system come with the header pipe or can i buy just the silencers. if so how much would they be. are the pipes ran from both sieds or dothey ru off the same as stock and then split behind the mono shock.... get back
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