Hobbit Crank Pipes! Comes with spacer for mounting and gasket for sealing.
28mm aluminum exhaust gasket that doesnt flatten out and restrict!
Do you have a pic of it mounted? Clears stock pedals?
How do I order?
Ill post a pic shortly.
PM me to order.
How does this compare to Treats black pipe?
Dont know..... i olny know how it compares to a h95 and my goal was more torque and more rpm than that.
These are shipped raw?
What ever you want no paint, clear coat, black, orange i dont give a fuck.
O k great looking craftsmanship!
Does it clear the pedals?
do have any pics on a bike yet?
Clears the pedals ill post a pic tonight of it mounted
> Ryan Go Wrote:
> Dont know..... i olny know how it compares to a h95 and my goal was more
> torque and more rpm than that.
Did you achieve your goal? Better than the H95?I Currently have an H95 and always looking for something better. Love the look of your pipe raw too, nice work.
I believe so its got similar torque but defiantly more high rpm power makes my shit fully variate faster and hit max rpm faster my bike pulls up the front end at 35mph and blasts up to mid 60s haven't gpsed the new setup but every review ive gotten has been excellent. Hard to really say without dyno testing but soon maby.
This is tight. Waiting for that pic of it mounted.
Pedal doesn't clear on the hotboi right?
Yes both clear the pedals.
Damn, that hotboi looks sick. Possibly a dumb question but would a side cover still fit behind the pipe? I see it has a spacer on the shock mount
It probably fits but its close im sure it would melt the shit out of it, can you tell me how many mm the side cover rises above the lip on the stock sub frame?
video of it? i wanna hear it now.
Will the hotboi come with a spacer for the rear mount?
Ill post a vid asap. Yes it comes with a 55mm spacer and your gona need a 90mm bolt.
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I have the Treats Black Pipe on the Puch and if its anything like the Hobbit the Crank PIPE RIIIPPPSSSSS way harder. Lows, Middsssssss and up top. Great Pipe!!!
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