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post #11 of 31 (permalink) Old 01-10-2013, 02:16 PM Thread Starter
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So for stock HP bikes or minimal tuning, the current 2/1/2 should be (more than) sufficient? Or would a stock bike gain anything from the XXX? I'm only wanting to change the header once and I'm ready to pull the trigger and get it done before it gets hot down here.
The standard Jackpot 2/1/2 works excellent on both stock and well modified motors, from 75Hp stock bikes all the way up to our 120+Hp builds. This is about the most flexible head pipe on the market, however for high HP builds we now are offering the new Jackpot XXX which makes a bit better overall Hp/Tq. At the time of release we will also be offering some pretty cool options for those looking to run the XXX pipe on stock motors as well, so users can work their build into the pipe on step at a time. We will post some more info on the XXX pipe next week. Stay tuned....

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Another sneak pic of the new Jackpot XXX head pipe vs our standard Jackpot 2/1/2. Note the difference in the collectors as well as the tapered primaries on the XXX.


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Jamie,

Does the new XXX still use the factory "cross under" pipe?

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That collector has some real BEEF to it!
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Jamie,

Does the new XXX still use the factory "cross under" pipe?

Jeff
There are a couple of options for the crossover pipe for the Jackpot XXX pipe, including a stainless full size crossover. We will be releasing full info as well as the pipe at V Twin Expo on Feb 2nd

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There are a couple of options for the crossover pipe for the Jackpot XXX pipe, including a stainless full size crossover. We will be releasing full info as well as the pipe at V Twin Expo on Feb 2nd
Jamie,

Would the V&H powerduals heat shields work on this new XXX pipe?

IMHO the stock MOCO heat shields are "FUGLY" and need to be improved upon, the cosmetics of having to retain the stock heat shields would leave me in the shopping mode for a solution that addresses this concern.

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Jamie,

Would the V&H powerduals heat shields work on this new XXX pipe?

IMHO the stock MOCO heat shields are "FUGLY" and need to be improved upon, the cosmetics of having to retain the stock heat shields would leave me in the shopping mode for a solution that addresses this concern.

Thank you for your reply.

Fatboy
The PowerDuals heat shields will not work on our Jackpot head pipes

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The PowerDuals heat shields will not work on our Jackpot head pipes

Jamie,

Any known alternatives out there to stock heat shields (besides wrapping)?

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There are a couple of options for the crossover pipe for the Jackpot XXX pipe, including a stainless full size crossover. We will be releasing full info as well as the pipe at V Twin Expo on Feb 2nd
Thanks for the info, Jamie!

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Here are a couple pictures of the available full size crossover pipe for the Jackpot XXX




Jamie Long / Fuel Moto USA

Dynojet Power Vision info is here www.fuelmotousa.com/powervision.htm

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