I think you mean the cams from the TC450/510, not the cams from the '05 SM.schmuzzy said:talking with GPC, their solution is the '05 SM450 cams... stuff them in the '04 and voila!
you've got an even livelier motor!
Hmm, I guess every forum/hobby has a guy like you...SuperRetard said:If you are one of the idots that think a louder pipe helps, try to learn how these engines really work and the reason for back pressure.
SuperRetard said:I would not recommend changing it, spend your money elsewhere. You can get a little less back pressure with other pipes, but it only changes the power curve, it doesn't really help. I have never been in the top gear in a race, which tells me that low end is key; If you open the exhaust up any more, you are going to lose critical low-end.
And no, the stock pipe is not quiet and nowhere near street legal. If you are one of the idots that think a louder pipe helps, try to learn how these engines really work and the reason for back pressure. Most of the people that do that are simply trying to draw attention to themselves at the track or on the street.
Seriously increasing the power range is only going to shorten the life of the motor for a very small improvement. That may help the top level racers but few people can ride these bikes to their potential, and certainly nobody on this site.
Boooooooohhh .... It started AGAIN !!! :Funny: :Funny: :Funny:SuperRetard said:that is because most people on these forums are like you, little punks with no girlfriend, money, or knowledge about anything
Tom,TomCRMI said:I'll try and get some of the guys in the german Husky Forum to get some dyno results for 450's and 510's and then we'll see.
Ich flippe im Husqvarna Forum rum ... Ich komme ursprünglich aus Rheinland Pfalz, aber bin jetzt in Michigan.Beavis said:I´ll also try to get some dyno-results from over here. until now i only had one with the stock exhaust.
@ tom: where are you from and treibst du Dich auch hier rum Supermoto.de
TomCRMI said:Ich flippe im Husqvarna Forum rum ... Ich komme ursprünglich aus Rheinland Pfalz, aber bin jetzt in Michigan.