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Old 11-28-07, 15:14   #31
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yeah i know what you mean
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Old 11-28-07, 15:20   #32
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^^^+1 Could be a useful storage compartment also if it wasn't for the stupid bolt. Maybe someone will come up with a replacement for that. I remember Superlight mentioning a quick release before but have not seen anything else on the subject.
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Correct me if I'm wrong and I'll play ignorant on this as it's all new to me, but if our pipes are 2" dia. then wouldn't a 1.25"-1.5" outlet per side be sufficient? I haven't measured anything yet so I may be talking out my ass :shock:
You need to consider the area of a circle with a diameter of 2" then take that area and divide by 2 and then solve for the new diameter.

d = 2
r = 1

A = pi x r^2

A = pi sq. in.

A2 = pi/2 = pi x r2^2

1/2 = r2^2

r2 = sqrt(1/2)

r2 ~ 0.71in

d2 = 1.414213562 in

That will give you the exact area in two circular pipes as you would get in one with a diamater of 2 inches. Then there are other shapes you could use like ovals, etc.

By the way, this isn't correcting you, just working out the math to show you.
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Old 11-28-07, 18:28   #34
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:shock: ^^Engineer, Scientist, Mathamatician or Student?

I know it's simple Algebra, just being lazy :D Thanks BTW :2tu
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Correct me if I'm wrong and I'll play ignorant on this as it's all new to me, but if our pipes are 2" dia. then wouldn't a 1.25"-1.5" outlet per side be sufficient? I haven't measured anything yet so I may be talking out my ass :shock:
You need to consider the area of a circle with a diameter of 2" then take that area and divide by 2 and then solve for the new diameter.

d = 2
r = 1

A = pi x r^2

A = pi sq. in.

A2 = pi/2 = pi x r2^2

1/2 = r2^2

r2 = sqrt(1/2)

r2 ~ 0.71in

d2 = 1.414213562 in

That will give you the exact area in two circular pipes as you would get in one with a diamater of 2 inches. Then there are other shapes you could use like ovals, etc.

By the way, this isn't correcting you, just working out the math to show you.
wow! :shock:
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Old 11-28-07, 18:51   #36
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Ok guys i was planning on starting to construct the exhaust this weekend but unfortunately some business came up and i will be traveling to miami this saturday and then to nicaragua on the following monday i dont know how long i will be gone but ill keep you guys posted.. thanks!
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The op ever make it back from nicaraugua?
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I'm really digging this look man, great job, might do this my self.
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Something like the Taylormade exhaust for the CBR1000RR.

It would be perfect for the 2013 Daytona.
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That, or working out a way to fit the Termignoni from the Panigale
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