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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 04-30-2018, 09:45 PM Thread Starter
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Fuelmoto, Fullsac, or 2 into 1??

I have a 18 RG Special that I recently put 16" Apes on and now I'm ready to get into the fun stuff. I want to do exhaust, air cleaner, and a tuner. For the exhaust I am looking for your experience and opinions. At first I thought I was set on doing a 2 into 1 set up but now I'm thinking of doing the 2-1-2. So, between the fuelmoto jackpot headpipe and the fullsac headpipe which one would ya'll choose and why? For mufflers I was considering going with the TAB performance Zombie baffles but I'm also open to suggestions. I really want more performance than sound but I do also want it to sound good. I know I can't have both so I am looking for the combination that favors performance but not completely gives up on sounding mean. I'm also open to opinions on 2 into 1 systems if any of you have a compelling argument. Thanks.
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FuelMoto Jackpot 21. 4 with street baffles. Sounds awesome on the gas and mellow enough on the highway to talk. Unless youre running harder then 75 mph then it gets awesome again. I got the all stainless one. Easy to polish up a few times a season and never rusts.


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I have the fuel moto header but would not hesitate to purchase the fullsac. You win either way. The fuel moto is more like the OE pipe and the fullsac has a full size crossover pipe that may sound better.
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Can't go wrong with either one. Both good companies with good products.

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I have the FuelMoto 2-1-2 headpipe with Jackpot mufflers. Great sound and I am very happy with the quality. Last week I was at FuelMoto having my bike tuned. Jamie and Bob's knowledge and customer service is what keeps me coming back!
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I highly recommend the Fullsac MX Pipe for your 2018.

Even though I now have Drago's Dracula II 2-1 Pipe.

I have had a Fullsac "B" and "D" X-Pipe fitted with Fullsac CVO baffles ranging from 2.0", 2.25", and 2.50" baffles.




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I have the fullsac and I'm happy. The pipe that goes to the left side is significantly bigger than stock. The stock looks clamped down but the fullsac is free flowing. I also went with fullsac recore mufflers
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Thanks for the comments so far! Could anyone tell me how noticeable the difference (performance and sound wise) a 2-1 vs a 2-1-2 would be?
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The "clamped or flattened" cross under pipe that goes to the left side. Is like that because it helps create back pressure and torque. Giving a similar effect of a 2/1 headpipe. You may loose a little torque with a 2/1/2. But you have the look of dual exhaust. As far as sound. Packing, muffler diameter, and baffle size will all determine this.
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Thanks for the comments so far! Could anyone tell me how noticeable the difference (performance and sound wise) a 2-1 vs a 2-1-2 would be?
Fuelmoto got offer on their pipes /tuner/ intake, also has posted on HDF sound clips of both setups
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