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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-23-2008, 06:26 AM Thread Starter
 
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M-10 and PCIII

After saying all I wanted to do was to put some slip-ons on, I went overboard and put a Muzzy M-10 and PCIII on yesterday. Awesome looks and somewhat louder than I would have liked - an acceptable trade off for the appearance.
Very little riding time on it. I can't tell you what it did to the perforrmance. I am sure it helped, just don't know how much. I am thinking more upper range than mid at this point. Flies still in with a Dynojet M-10 map.
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Slip ons are for acoustic and cosmetic purposes. Even with a properly tuned PCIII, you will only get 1-3 hp gain and if someone says they can feel that, they are full of chit. Don't expect any noticable difference.

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Slip ons are for acoustic and cosmetic purposes. Even with a properly tuned PCIII, you will only get 1-3 hp gain and if someone says they can feel that, they are full of chit. Don't expect any noticable difference.

it's probably not the 1-3hp they feel... if they do feel something it's probably increased throttle response... IF they feel anything... the increased volume can play tricks on your mind and make you feel like you got more power...
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i heard that on some bikes it really does make a difference



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M-10 is a full system. He should need the PCIII
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M-10 is a full system. He should need the PCIII
Yeah, he definitely needs a PC3 for a full, you would get a decrease in performance without it. Didn't realize the M-10 was a full.

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i like the m-10 looks sweet on the 14 i have not had the chance to race yet but it sounds track and impressive
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i like the m-10 looks sweet on the 14 i have not had the chance to race yet but it sounds track and impressive
defiantly not my style
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post #9 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-23-2008, 09:14 PM
 
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bike looks sweet. a friend of mine has same exhaust on his sound real good, but yes kinda loud.
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post #10 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-24-2008, 12:32 AM
 
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how far have you ridden it? just wondering how comfy the seat is. i kno its great for drag racing, when u make it to the track
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I'll get a pic of mine with a stock wheelbase. That's what is so great with the USA - we don't have to be the same. I never liked the look of a big long can hanging out in the middle of nowhere. High mounts are OK, it gets the pipe looking more like it is part of the bike. Had a high mount Holeshot on my FZ1. Haven't seen any mainstream companies offering a high mount pipe for the ZX-14.
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post #12 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-24-2008, 09:06 AM
 
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Def go with the M10. Although the dual Muzzy cans on the 14 sound wicked. Kind of a deep bass feel it in your chest growl.

Post the pics.....NOW
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Now that is a clean, sharp ride
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Now that is a clean, sharp ride
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