** SOLD ** Bargain Reband header and CES muffler $Au800

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  1. Ishrub

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    Good price
     
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    I sold this system (My old one) to this bloke - The pics are of Brutus.....
     
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    @Mittzy So it comes with wrap and carbon fibre heat shield? Great buy for someone.
     
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    Jason JurgensOns gaan nou braai...

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    you should get commission for your marketing skills.
     
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    I did not sell it with wrap.
     
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    What did you get from it on the Dyno Tony? I read a thread where you said you got 9hp more with the CES over the Reband. Was that with same muffler and tune.
     
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    That system I got 223hp, then changed to CES with Jardine mufflers and got 232hp with a fresh dyno - now thats assuming the dyno guy did the dyno right with the Reband CES system. That system sounds really nice tho.
     
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    This is wider than stock diameter outlet after the collector. Anyone know the ID?

    What is the effect of a header primary tube engine to collector length?

    I'll have a quick squizz here:
    Header Basics - How Headers Contribute to Horsepower - Car Craft Magazine

    Graph A illustrates how merely changing pipe diameter affects an engine’s output. Note that the smallest diameter creates good midrange torque yet falls off at the top, while the larger primary header pipes add more high-rpm power at the expense of low-speed torque.

    Primary pipe length can also skew an engine’s power curve based on length changes. Primary-pipe diameter establishes the peak torque point, so changing the pipe length will rock the output curve by pivoting it around that peak torque point. Graph B shows how longer tubes tend to increase power below peak torque while hurting power above peak torque. Shorter tubes tend to affect the engine in exactly the opposite way, hurting midrange torque in favor of increasing top-end power.

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    Is it similar on the Reband to the CES due to the front part extended on the CES which allows the collector to be forward of the rider?

    Rocket 3 CES exhaust 2 - Copy.jpg
    [​IMG]
     
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