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Anyone that's did the hayabusa exhuast mod can you put a pic of your bike here. Also anyone that's made their own mid pipe?

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The 'busa muffler (24fo) is basically the same as the GSXR 600 / 750 (35fo) and the GSXR 1000 (40fo).  The difference is that the mounting point on the 'busa is different than the 600 / 750, while the 1000 has a slightly bigger core and it's a little lighter.

 

I've got the 35fo on my '03 DR with a Pro Cycle mid pipe, it makes it stick out a little farther ~ but it works.  The Keintech is a one piece deal but it's shorter and $40 more.  In hind sight I would have gone with the Keintech ~ in this case shorter is better!

 

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Haha alright thanks. Yeah I would like it to get a midpipe that tucks it away a little more.

I think my busa pipe would stick out even further.

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The individuals at keintech said they no longer have any standard mid pipes and aren't planning on making anymore. If anyone knows someone who can make owe that doesn't stick out as far as procycle please let me know.

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If you wanted to, you could modify the Pro Cycle mid pipe by removing the slip joint, cutting the actual mid pipe 2" shorter and then re-welding the muffler flange back on.  At that point it will be as short as you could possibly be with a GSXR muffler.

 

Do you own a GSXR muffler yet?

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Yes I own a busa 24FO can. I would do that but I don't know anyone close to home that welds stainless. Then I have to invest more money to get that done

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I have Busa cans I am not using but the previous owner gutted them,luckily a buddy had a new F0 he gave off of his wife's GSXR.

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That's a good deal!! I bought a 24FO mid pipe of ebay. I think I'm going to try and cut it off some and then weld it to part of the original pipe. Ill post a pic if I can figure out how.

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Here is a mock pic. I'm going to try and use a little bit of the stock pipe so I can keep the bolt to the frame. Hopefully it works 🙂 thanks for all the comments guys

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Bought a used hayabusa mid pipe off ebay for 15 dollars. Then had local exhuast shop chop most of It iff and weld their new pipe to it. 40 dollars. Exhuast sounds awesome! Def louder but not too loud. 🙂

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I went ahead and did the snorkel takeout and wow the bike came alive from the stock settings. Seems to rev faster and sounds a lot better. Will it hurt the bike to stay with stock jetting?

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I went ahead and did the snorkel takeout and wow the bike came alive from the stock settings. Seems to rev faster and sounds a lot better. Will it hurt the bike to stay with stock jetting?

 

You need to re-jet.

 

If you have a stock muffler and open the air box up then you do need to re-jet and JD Jetting, Dyno Jet, ProCycle all have good solutions.  If you re-jet for a modified air box and stock muffler but then replace the stock muffler then you will need to go to a bigger main jet and possibly have to mess with the air screw. 

 

BUT !!

 

The big restriction in the DR650's is the air box.  If you have a stock air box and replace the muffler (FMF, Busa, GSXR ~ whatever) then you do not have to re-jet. 

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Thanks for the reply. I'm not sure whether to consider my air box pretty much stock or not. I have only removed the snorkel. No holes in the air box. I'm just wanting to know if the bike will be running to lean due to the better airflow. Ive read it runs lean to begin with but will it damage the engine? Thanks

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This is a 24F0 from a Hyabusa. It has a very compact mid pipe, and only comes back just forward of the brake light.

 

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What midpipe do you have there?

 

This is a mid pipe fabricated by a Drriders member from Australia, Auscanvet.

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On 2/9/2016 at 4:25 PM, Motomoron650 said:

Bought a used hayabusa mid pipe off ebay for 15 dollars. Then had local exhuast shop chop most of It iff and weld their new pipe to it. 40 dollars. Exhuast sounds awesome! Def louder but not too loud. :)

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Do you remember if on the used busa midpipe you bought, was the flange welded or attached to the midwife or could the flage be rotated around the pipe? I ask because I found a used busa midpipe but don't know which side of the bike it was for and I might have to reposition it if it doesn't line up right with my used busa can. Thanks David

 

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