I could do a chrome exhaust tip, but it would rust over time. Stainless would be the way to go. I want to keep it low profile and as light as possible. I havent weighed this beast since doing all the work, but something to consider is that I have the added weight of the HIDs, turbo, with all piping, steel front Duncan Racing bumper. The swing arm is about the same weight as the stocker. The boost gauge is lighter than the parking brake lever, cable and unit that was removed. The Pro Taper bars are much lighter than the stock bars even with a cross bar. Ive cut some plastic off, and eliminated the lower piece that holds the tail light.
The sound of this bike starting up is mezmorizing. Yes it whistles. Sounds wicked being a single cylinder cuz you hear every pulse. Its quieter than the Trinity system I used to run!
Im taking the bike to a dynoshop sat morning and putting it on the dyno. We are gonna see how far we can go with it.
This tuner has brought to my attention, a new add on that is coming soon from Dynojet. A module with a boost input that automatically senses boost increases and will ramp up the fuel. It will also have a switch that you can go back and forth between 2 maps on the fly! IMHO this is HOT! Ill be buying one when they are available.
If this thing is tuned over the weekend, then I will be in Glamis the following weekend with my friends!!!!!!!! I can smell the race gas now!
Seriously dude, that is off the hook!!! You've got some balls messing with your bike like that.... I'd be interested in hp figures if possible once you've had it on the dyno.... Do you have trouble keeping the front wheels on the ground? Good work, be sure to keep us updated with how it goes... :thumbsup: :thumbsup: