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post #1 of 16 Old 03-14-2014, 09:49 PM Thread Starter
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Remus Okami exhaust for DL1000A

Don't know the price or availability but here's a video with sound and a dyno chart shot at the end - if getting over the 100HP mark is important to you, this one says it'll get you there:



Doesn't show yet on their product listing page for Suzuki: http://www.remusexhaustshop.com/products/bikes/suzuki

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Thanks for posting that dyno chart. Too bad the torque nosedives starting at 6800 rpm.

Back on topic: Nice 4 HP gain using Remus without insert. I thought the engine really sounds great in that clip. I assume it is recorded with insert taken out.
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Thanks for posting that dyno chart. Too bad the torque nosedives starting at 6800 rpm.
6800 rpm is going to be about 120 mph in top, as IIRC 4000 rpm = 70 mph.
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Don't know the price or availability but here's a video with sound and a dyno chart shot at the end - if getting over the 100HP mark is important to you, this one says it'll get you there:



Doesn't show yet on their product listing page for Suzuki: Product List - Category - Bikes / Suzuki
Look, and sounds, better already

I think we will see pretty much all aftermarket exhaust manufacturers make a slip on for this new 1000, it is going to be much cheaper and easier to R&D just the muffler rathet than a 3/4 or full system like the 650.

I am waiting to see what Akra bring out
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Thanks for posting that dyno chart. Too bad the torque nosedives starting at 6800 rpm.
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6800 rpm is going to be about 120 mph in top, as IIRC 4000 rpm = 70 mph.
Yup ONJ, won't be a problem for me when in top gear. Or fifth for that matter.
But in second gear lot's of other bikes will be pulling ahead as I shift to third gear a couple thousand rpm earlier than I'd like, and then the same problem when winding out in third gear. The significance will depend on how short those short straights really are.
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More info here:

BIKE – INFO 03/2014 SUZUKI DL 1000 V-Strom - REMUS

There's also a seller from France on ebay selling them for 425 search for: 121308657306
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You'd be making good hp past 8000 rpm though. Looks pretty good to me. Especially if it saves about 8lbs in weight.

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Hey Rick,

I've been following the threads on the full Arrow system with PCFC, etc. and am leaning towards that, but the Remus slip-on looks nice too.

With the Remus, if you merely slip that on, do you require all the other "stuff" or do you just leave everything else standard?

Having said that, it sounds like the standard factory "map" runs pretty lean, yes?

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