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MJS vs Bodis Header dyno difference

These seem to he the most popular Gen3 header choices on the market. Has anyone actually tested these headers back to back on the dyno to see which has produces more power?

Obviously thereís a price difference and a material/weight difference but does one actually make more power consistently than the other?


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I have the Bodis installed on my D675R and it netted me +12 HP at redline with a host of other mods. Net 120 RWHP. I donít know about MJS but I hope my project helps.

I have a write up of it all check it out here.

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2013 Daytona here with full MJS headers and a Austin Racing exhaust. k&n filter. Block off plates. Nothing done to the engine. 520 conversion. PC5. Bike is so smooth in every rev range. Very happy with the results.
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