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It is getting more and more difficult to make informed decisions about which exhaust will perform best on Twin Cams that have been upgraded to 95 inches or more. The manufacturers don't seem to be as willing to show the dyno results as they once were.

In the end we as riders are relying on word of mouth regarding what exhaust will best suit our needs. I am especially interested in the header comparisions since it all starts there. H-D stock verses Bassini, verses V&H verses D&D, Hard Chrome, Reinhart, etc. Is there a common dependable reference point for us to use to make better decisions?? The same would apply to Exhaust Systems too.


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It is getting more and more difficult to make informed ecisions abut which exhaust will perform best on Twin Cams that have been upgraded to 95 inches or more. The manufacturers don't seem to be as willing to show the results as they once were on the dyno.

In the end we as riders are relying on word of mouth regarding what exhaust will best suit our needs. I am especially interested in the header comparisions since it all starts there. H-D stock verses Bassini, verses V&H verses D&D, Hard Chrome, Reinhart, etc. Is there a common dependable reference point for us to use to make better decisions?? The same would apply to Exhaust Systems too..


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<Clicky clicky> Remember that there are several variables that make the ABSOLUTE number (when it comes to HP and TQ) DIFFERENT from one dyno to another. However, the COMPARISON data here is very useful when making these decisions. The TQ and HP PROFILES are just as important (or more) than PEAK numbers too.
 
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