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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 03:38 AM Thread Starter
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Pic's of My New AR Full Exhaust with Ultimate 250mm Ti Can

Exhaust fits like a glove very nice craftsmanship, The map AR (Rich) sent me was causing bike to run very rich. I downloaded another AR map from Dynojet and installed it, running better now. I contacted AR they are gonna get me another map soon. Just to let everyone know it was a pleasure doing business with AR (Rich) so far all my questions have been answered by very fast reponses. I purchased both exhaust and PCV directly from AR shipping was very fast and packing of exhaust was excellent. If you have any questions let me know.
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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 03:48 AM
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That is such an awesome exhaust.....

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Austin Racing GP3 Full Exhaust with Ultimate 250mm Ti Can.
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Very Nice, did u by any chance measure the weight difference between the stock exhaust and AR system?
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AR Stainless Exhaust and Ultimate 250mm Ti Can together around 7.2lbs on my scale. I have not weighed my stock system yet I'll do that today and post results.

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How much clearance did u have between swing arm and end can how well did end can mounting bracket line up with the factory hole ? Just comparing Click image for larger version

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About half a inch


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Right on mine does too


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It's not issue when you sit on bike clearance increases unless you plan on raising the ride height in rear you will be fine.
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You sold your Brocks for this ?

Been able to put many miles on that bike yet?
Thinking about hitting NOLA up Sunday, they are having a single track day.

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