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    Having read through most of this thread, I'm still confused! The most helpful info seems to have come from that long breakdown. From what I can work out:

    Sugaya, very good, needs kit Sapc.
    Jim Lomas - also good, but again benefits from kit Sapc
    Jolly Moto - pretty good?
    Tyga - good value, can suffer from quality control issues.
    Nikkon? ?poor build quality?
    Arrow - not a good option.

    Is there any difference between mild steel and stainless in terms of performance, likewise for side by side v GP style?

    I've also read that if using a kit sapc, you should use race fuel, to avoid detonation.

    Has anyone used these people http://www.2moto.co.uk//index.php?option=&Itemid=3. They will make a custom exhaust.

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    Nope, welds are the strength of the muffler, and more welds = smoother shape = better flow.......cheers

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    How does the gianelli system perform? It looks a lot like the jollymoto with the fat belli?

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    How does the gianelli system perform against say arrow?

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    I would go for jim lomas or tyga out of that list. Arrow is OK for completely stock engine. Tyga is ment to work better with zeeltronic ecu. I have arrows on my 300 and a zeeltronic ecu. I have not adjusted the ignition timing at all. But I would never go back to the original ecu

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    Sugaya is definitely the best set if you want the most power up top.
    But you will need a Zeel ignition to get the best out of them.
    I have a set for my VJ23 and my VJ21 and they are works of art.

    Sugaya has an ignition box designed for them, but near impossible to find....and expensive
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    have excellent results with my jolly motos. would love to try the corsa someday, but i'm happy with my current setup.

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    I have something to add to the list.

    Dogfight Exhausts.

    I put these well used items on my RS from my beaten up NSR250. As per most 2T exhausts, the bolt pattern fits the stock 3 hole setup.

    Now, the change was significant. More mid range, over-rev and weighs a lot less than the stock exhausts.

    BTW: This is using stock expansion chambers, so I was amazed how much difference it made.

    So, if you are on a budget (and can find some second hand) I highly recommend these. The only problem is they were never really cheap and where a top rated pipe for the NSRs in the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattology View Post
    have excellent results with my jolly motos. would love to try the corsa someday, but i'm happy with my current setup.
    The Jolly's rev out higher if I understand it. Does anything make a noticeable difference in lowering the start of the powerband (rpm). For tight tracks being able to rev the motor out to 13,500 isn't super helpful if you've got to be in first gear to be in the powerband.

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    I can not find any photo from dep pipes for the rs250 to see how they look on the bike..Has anyone?

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    Hello ,

    There's One More British Exhaust Made, Just Found Out This Weekend:
    Amazing Stuff

    http://www.performancefab.co.uk/

    https://www.facebook.com/performancefabrications/

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    Some more UK domestic talent

    Mick Abbey
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    Kenn's from TSA is not too shabby too
    https://www.facebook.com/TsaPerformancePipes/
    Had a set of Kennys pipes (stainless) on a KH 250 - bloody nice job, Never owned any of Mick Abbeys but know many who do and again a top job

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    Just ordered these Beautys


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    Does the jolly system with both exhaust on right side require any modifications to the bike other than possible re-jet?

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    No it does not. But the side by side jolly system is more of a race system and make the power at higher rpm.

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