make your own!
made from a stock tomos pipe, biturbo header, sheet metal and a puch seat post...
my garellis pushin 60 naw on a whatever engine
ill post a full pick of the bike later
Nice pipe. I don't quite belive it's pushing 60 tho, you'd have to video that to proof it.
nobody will... the powerband of the pipe kicks in at 40.. i still have to make a baffle that fits in that stinger and reduces the size a bit
right now it sounds like a beast and i could use some more backpressure
Beautiful! I bet that thing sounds MEAN.
damn jude, thats rad
haha looks like a big techno boss
badass freaking pipe.
yeah us garelli people need to fab fucking everything to get our peds fast. If theres a will, theres a way.
I need a video of this thing! Even of it just idling!
If you got a digicam, you should be able to take video too bro.
nice jude love the jankyness
This pipe sounds amazing! So so amazing.
Jude, did you invent the expansion chamber?
it most definitely sounds and looks wicked
you got to get a vid of that beast
From surveying the two-stroke tuner's handbook, I got the impression that there were two options to choose from when building or buying a performance pipe:
1) Measure your cylinder size exactly using the fill-it-with-oil method, do the math, use CAD to design the pipe and have it cut by a computer-controlled plasma-cutter, and then weld the resulting 27 pieces together.
2) Weld some pipes together and use that as a starting point.
It sounds like your starting point is pretty close to your ideal finishing point, so good on you. I don't know what that expression means, but it sounds right.
so true either math our trial n error lets see i am gonna start my trial and error pipe a day before the rally which i will ride it at umm i am kinda stupid
if you want to get philosophical, you can quantify anything... math is a great reference point, but id rather rely on intuition.. shape and form over numbers
numbers dont lie
Neither does the performance that pipe puts out.
Numbers dont lie, but a lot of people are bad at math.
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