you say that now wes until one beats you, then who will be laughing. when the ds's start pulling the wins away from suzuki then you can say ltr's are weak. not saying that would be a bad thing its about time suzuki had some "real" competition.
ya im not gonna lie i got beat by a stock suzuki 450 and i switched machines and i beat my stock ds with it...havent raced since i got mine piped though BIG difference its like a completly different machine!
and hmf seriously mite be the loudest exhaust out for the ds its crazy my neighbors called my house complaining about it and they live a good 1 1/2 miles away..its also the best exhaust ive ever heard..im not just saying this because this is wut i have..but remember its just my opinion to so it dosnt really matter lol
Suzuki's are super strong bikes. Fast, fairly reliable, I've had tons of luck and success racing MX with them. But suzuki can't sit back on their laurels. KTM and Can Am have rasied the bar for the 450's and everyone else is gonna be playing catchup. How do you who have the Motorworks pipe like it as far as ride review. I know their is talk about dyno and peak HP, but that peak horsepower doesn't necessarily equal faster lap times. Lets get a ride review going.
i have heard nothing but good things about motoworks, i heard they are one of the loudest pipes on the market, heard dasa are nice pipes havent rode with either just curious if anyone got a movie for either on a ds or ltr, preferable not on a yamaha lol
I had also heard good things about the Motoworks..... Until I started reading the Dyno section of this site lol. My pipe sponsor last year I know has a pipe made up for the DS, and he and his dyno says it opens it up quite a bit. It is Hindle exhausts. Pretty popular in Canada but not so much in the states I don't think. They are a super good company and are big into the racing scene. I know he dyno'd all the 450's with stock pipe and then with Hindle, so I will see if I can get those numbers for everyone. DASA has always had the best pipe for the LTR from what I've heard, but these Hindles are pretty good too. Nice and throaty sounding too.