:rotfl:Baketech said:A sure sign of advanced age is a Staintune on a VFR.....so I am guilty as charged. Sounds good, looks good....heavy as hell, just like the bike it's mounted to....
If you are a young squidly type, get a Micron... :smilebig:
VFR Billy said:Wow, thanks to all! :clap:
Staintune is show and no, or not much go. And Micron is a little bit louder than stock maybe, but has some go. Wolf sounds like it maybe too loud. I'm not looking for a noise maker if I can help it. I think a little more noise wouldn't or couldn't hurt. But I don't want to have to use ear plugs to go on a ride.
One more question. Does anyone have a HI Mount and use some type of saddle bag?
I only ask these questions because I'm a newbe to the VFR world.
Staintune was and still is my favorite VFR exhaust, high mount of course. The Wolf was cool but really, really obnoxious.Skully said:I don't think the power difference will be much between Staintune or any other brand. Looks are personal but I think it looked great, never needed to be repacked, and comes with a spud you can attach to make it as quiet as stock.
It was only obnoxious if you were behind it! The Two Brothers I had before the Wolf made the V-4 rumble seem like music to my ears.lateapex said:Staintune was and still is my favorite VFR exhaust, high mount of course. The Wolf was cool but really, really obnoxious.
Oh, I'm not sure sure about that. My pals 99 with the Staintune slip was withint 1 hp of my '00 with the full TBR system (and a c2 can). Nearly shat my pants when his bike dyno'd out like that (same dyno but different days).VFR Billy said:Wow, thanks to all! :clap:
Staintune is show and no, or not much go.