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Thread: 2009 XB12SCG with KEDA exhaust and ECM but which O2 sensor ?

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    You have a nice pipe this one is a APH I like it , I had a Dean A on one of my other bikes ,I like it also. Sometime u just gotta mix it up.
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    Yes, I am very happy with this Keda,, has the sound I wanted. But that APH definitely mixes it up and has to turn heads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antioch01 View Post
    Yes, I am very happy with this Keda,, has the sound I wanted. But that APH definitely mixes it up and has to turn heads.
    It's more of a European thing at this time, common over there. It is good for blowing out the shop.LOL
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    antioch01,
    I'm considering the same set of pipes. How loud would you say these pipes are? Does this unit come with baffles to allow someone to tweak the volume/sound?
    All the best.

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    No baffles, no 'tuning'. LOUD. Dean's and APH are by far the loudest pipes. Thats what you get for the most HP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    No baffles, no 'tuning'. LOUD. Dean's and APH are by far the loudest pipes. Thats what you get for the most HP
    Oh stop-uh. It's not that loud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1776Brigade View Post
    antioch01,
    I'm considering the same set of pipes. How loud would you say these pipes are? Does this unit come with baffles to allow someone to tweak the volume/sound?
    All the best.
    I don't consider my KEDA Dean Adams to be too loud, It has a deep mellow sound to me,,,, I would not like it to be any quieter. But I do like the sound of a V-Twin so I am probably Bias. Never had it apart so I don't know if it has baffles or not. My scoot does have the tuned ECU, and personally I would not change pipes without the tune.
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    Btw, an XB with my exhaust is far more mellow sounding than an 1125 or 1190 with one on it. Lower compression motor that only revs to 7k rpm, that's where the 1125 and 1190 are just getting into the meat of the powerband.

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    ^^^^^ Very true and well said ,Dean ^^^



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