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Area P full System with Shoodaben tune.

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Not sure which Im the most pleased with . The Pipe or the tune. But really The system wouldn't be right without the proper tune so they go hand in hand.
  First off I can say I love the sound. This is now a very mean sounding C14 and I know your not suppose to chose a pipe by the sound but this is the sound I wanted . As far as power .  Ha there again its mean. especially when I get up in the high rpms.  I still have some testing to do there but I can tell yall it gets way into the triple digits in 3 rd gear .
I have ran a number of Steve's flashes and I know you always hear smooth,linear. Well I dont know any better words to use. I was afraid with this large pipe diameter I would loose some low and mid power but I dont feel it. What I gained is the most smooth on off throttle response Ive ever had on a C14. Ive said that on every flash I have ran but to me this is by far the smoothest. Steve told me the smoothness off and on throttle is probably more because the big pipe at lower rpms / light throttle isn't quite as responsive, so the power builds rather than hits as soon as throttle is applied.
That for me equates in to a very usable throttle. My home is in the mountains of N Ga so trust me I know a little about working the curves.
Area P made heck of a pipe and Steve made it work right. Im a happy rider.
 

 
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