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    Im thinking of putting on a set of SLP pipes the web sites clams a 23 hp increase witch i doubt . Any one here got that on their sled here is the link

    http://www.startinglineproducts.com/catalog.cfm?pageID=detail&catalogID=3&catID=19&pro ductID=193

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    i would buy them my uncle has them, they sound awesome and you can tell a big hp difference.

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    yea but i am not sure but i heard that the tripple pipes help the motor blow but thats just hear say
    Waiting for that BEAUTIFUL WHITE STUFF!!!

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    if you tune it properly and don't drive like a mad man all the time i'm sure it will be fine...23hp sounds like a bunch is bs to me, maybe 10-12 true useable hp i would estimate...

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    the monoblock triple doesn't like 9000 rpm and that's what most makers require.i had aaens on mine and i couldn't keep a crank in it.to be fair,i was trying to keep up with zrt's and the like.i was told that the mono crank is a 400 with an extra rod and journal etc. and they just won't take the twisting of the extra power.the only ones that i saw that would stay together were the "tough boy" modded ones from slp.

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    yhea if i put this on i will not go over 8500 but im just wondering if i will gain anything i might be under the power curb im gona look more into it

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    i believe the slp pipes have the lowest rpm requirement and they sound awesome w/o being real annoying.you won't believe the difference.you might want to get the slp billet heads and gut the airbox.i have some clutching that might work for you also.pm me if interested.

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    Personally I wouldn't chance it, not on a 600 mono, crank jobs are $$$, I've been down that road once.

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    well if you're going to go anything for pipes I would go slp. But Im not a pipe type of guy. I believe that they destroy a sled and a can sounds better. I have a DG can and it's just awesome. But I think you lose hp. I don't know. But if you are getting pipes, I hear slp's are the way to go if you have an xlt.

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    slp makes good stuff.i just ordered a set for my xcr 800.i try to spend my money with them.they have great tech people also.

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