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[?]   Posted:  11 Nov 2012 16:07
Christmas is coming, so in the interest of getting ahead of the curve on this, I'll be running an early sale.

Standard prices.

1125 slip-on's.

RT-3 $550 + shipping
RT-4 $900 + shipping

XB slip-on.

RT-XB-1 $600 + shipping
XB headers  $475  shipped


I'll be doing 10% off, but when I hit 6+ weeks backlog again, ordering gets turned off. If that happens too quickly for everyone who wants one to get in, just send me a message to get put on the wait list. I am currently at about 2-3 weeks from an order to building it.

To get the discount, send your paypal address and what you want, I'll send back an invoice with the discounted price. Shipping in the US is $35, message me for quotes outside of the US, it varies by country.

1125 slip-on's.

RT-3 $550 + shipping ($495 + shipping)
RT-4 $900 + shipping ($810 + shipping)

XB slip-on.

RT-XB-1 $600 + shipping ($540 + shipping)
XB headers  $475  shipped ($425 shipped)

Polishing or coating won't be discounted since I don't normally do either in-house.
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[?]   Posted:  11 Nov 2012 17:18
Dean makes top notch pipes and you wont find something else as good out there! Plus dat extra power!!!
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[?]   Posted:  22 Nov 2012 09:41
Bump, Xmas is rapidly approching!
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[?]   Posted:  22 Nov 2012 17:04
Have you dynod your header vs stock?
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[?]   Posted:  22 Nov 2012 17:08
Not yet, but there's something that's been in the works for a while, just waiting for it to happen.
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[?]   Posted:  23 Nov 2012 01:56
So from your experience and testing I assume you feel it makes more power ? I mean this in the most sincere way possible. If it can squeeze anthing out of my old girl I'm interested
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[?]   Posted:  23 Nov 2012 07:23
If it's for a 9, it will make more power. This was on mine, 35k (?) on the clock, no tuning, just the pipe.

http://i643.photobucket.com/albums/uu151/dadams1969/exhaust%20stuff/xb/RT-XB1/IMAG1518.jpg

Haven't tested them on a 12 yet, but I can't imagine them doing worse than stock.
As far as to when the testing will happen, I'm not sweating it, I've stayed pretty busy up to this point so it's not a big deal.
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[?]   Posted:  23 Nov 2012 07:24
Btw, that was this pipe and bike.

http://i643.photobucket.com/albums/uu151/dadams1969/xb9/IMAG1473.jpg
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[?]   Posted:  23 Nov 2012 11:34
I was asking about the header only power increase
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[?]   Posted:  23 Nov 2012 11:45
Never tested it, I don't have a 9 stock pipe handy.
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[?]   Posted:  23 Nov 2012 11:59
I do lol
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[?]   Posted:  25 Nov 2012 09:16
Bump.

Btw, this is still going and probably will for a little longer yet.
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[?]   Posted:  25 Nov 2012 12:39
D is there any power difference between the 3 and 4? And what are the gains with just the can no headers? How hard are they to repack and where can I get everything to repack it?
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[?]   Posted:  25 Nov 2012 17:49   Last Edited By: d_adams
RT-3 and RT-4 are for the 1125. The RT-XB-1 and RT-XB-3 are for the XB. I use Silent Sport Packing, but any good packing will work, I've heard Bristol Core is about the same for longevity. Believe it or not, I've only had to repack one RT-3 in the last 2.5-3 years, it was the original prototype that I sent out for the 1125 exhaust shootout. I guess it had about 7k miles on it and had been on numerous dynos, still had most of the packing in the can, I think maybe 2/3 of it was left.

Assuming you wanted to know about the 1125 stuff, power is relatively the same for both systems, within a hp or 2 at most. They will both run with either the specific EBR tune or with their full race system tune (I've been using that for 2 years now) and be fine for street use. If you want to squeeze the max out of it, I'd suggest manually tuning it. They tuned it for the flattest possible torque curve, so there may be even more power left on the table. I'd heard that the maximum possible hp output with the stock headers is about 150 hp, theoretically by flow. No idea how high anyone's really gotten, but EBR sent me a dyno sheet from the RT-3 and it was at 143.1 hp at the wheel, their bike, their dyno.

Repacking isn't difficult, takes about 1/2 hour or so. Standard 1/8" rivets, 1/2 lb of packing roughly and the hard part is lining the holes back up to put the caps back on.
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[?]   Posted:  25 Nov 2012 22:04
Any news on the XB tune?
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[?]   Posted:  25 Nov 2012 22:15
No, I've been busy building 1125 stuff for the last month.
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[?]   Posted:  26 Nov 2012 20:23
Payment sent looking forward to making some noise and power come summer time.
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[?]   Posted:  28 Nov 2012 20:15
Busy busy..

http://i643.photobucket.com/albums/uu151/dadams1969/exhaust%20stuff/IMAG1621.jpg
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[?]   Posted:  28 Nov 2012 20:45
shiny works of art
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[?]   Posted:  16 Dec 2012 08:24
Sale is officially done for this year. Thanks to all who got in on it.

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