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All,

I have been running an Arrow slip on now for about 1500 miles and I love it. Good sound, good quality, and it looks great.

Here is the question. I know there are a lot of posts out there that talk that going -1/+2 or stock/+2 will give you better low end. What do you all think about placing any one of these sprocket combinations with the full arrow exhaust. My train of thought is that the supposed low end I lose with the full exhaust will be made up with the sprocket set.

If I am completely wrong, please keep in mind I am not that mechanically inclined (noob disclaimer). Anyway, I look forward to hearing you suggestions.

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If you have your bike tuned properly for the full system you won't lose any low end power. If you're just looking to feel some more acceleration go with the sprocket option, MUCH MUCH MUCH cheaper. The Arrow full system is pretty much just a weight saver, you can save your self $2,000 by running less gas in your tank. Weight reduction is weight reduction.
 

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I dont think you should lose any power with a proper tune, but even if you did lose some low end, i think the -1, +2 would be overkill to compensate. realistically +1 to the rear would be closer to anything lost
 

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having personally dyno'd several 675s with full exhausts, we've never lost any power anywhere in the powerband. I think people 'feel' they've lose power down low solely because the BIG increase in power is at the top of the rev range where the engine is really breathing hard enough to justify a big exhaust.
 
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