Horse power stats for pipes

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Does anyone have a list of how much horsepower each pipe or full system puts out? It would be nice to know what you paying for, you know what i mean?
 

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HMF has dyno pulls on the webiste for what they make, i know fmf does as well, but they say something like 32 hp stock for a rappy 350, so i wouldn't trust anything they say.
 

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Most pipes full system or not are a gain anywhere between 2 and 4 hp at the most. With jets and intake work you can get a nice little boost in power.
 

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All those results really arent worth a ******* crap you are wasting your time man. EVERY bike is dif and you will never ever get the same results as someone else unless everything is identical.
 

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Same thing bro two stock motors are never identical and can produce different HP numbers - air temp, jetting, air flow, quality of fuel, oil, & a million other things effect HP results as well. Your best bet is to go buy quality of the pipe, reputation, and the assumption of 2-4 HP (depending on the pipe) as DSW said above.
 
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