2017 Super Duke Race Prep

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Re: 2017 Super Duke Race Prep

Post by McDirty » Tue Aug 28, 2018 8:53 pm

Snaggletooth77x wrote:Just noise basically, we would of had to adjust the mapping for the Graves but didn't get around to it. The Arrow is much quieter and our local track has very high restrictions on sound. It does sound great though.
Picked one up for before you ever replied on your door sale thread. I'm going to try it out.

My local track (NCM) has a 103db st 50ft rule as well. It's in the left so hopefully it will pass on Sunday

If not I'll be switching to the arrow as well.

I'm surprised to hear its substantially quiter than the graves being they are both basically straight though with the exception of the tiny cat thing on the arrow

I'm guessing your running db killer out?

I only played $300 for the 3/4th graves so worst case it goes on ebay. I just hope it's not as crazy loud as the Austin racing V3 I had for a week....

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Re: 2017 Super Duke Race Prep

Post by Snaggletooth77x » Thu Aug 30, 2018 5:57 pm

It's all good, $300 is way better then what I paid so I can't blame you.

You will be coming close to breaking the 103db, I think mine was 102db at idle but that was 5' away.

Yeah no DB killer on the Arrow, still sounds great but not as loud for sure.

It's a lot quieter as it has two baffles vs the one of the Graves. The diameter of the Graves is much larger as well.

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Re: 2017 Super Duke Race Prep

Post by McDirty » Wed Sep 19, 2018 4:07 pm

Snaggletooth77x wrote:It's all good, $300 is way better then what I paid so I can't blame you.

You will be coming close to breaking the 103db, I think mine was 102db at idle but that was 5' away.

Yeah no DB killer on the Arrow, still sounds great but not as loud for sure.

It's a lot quieter as it has two baffles vs the one of the Graves. The diameter of the Graves is much larger as well.
Switched to the arrow system. Vast improvement and much better sound

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Re: 2017 Super Duke Race Prep

Post by JDS1290SDr » Mon Sep 24, 2018 4:36 am

Snaggletooth77x wrote:
Sat Jul 28, 2018 6:12 pm
So I finally got some seat time and the first race in on the Super Duke. Let’s just say it did not disappoint and I beat out a couple Panigale’s for the win which made it even better. I’m still wanting to upgrade the suspension in the front but besides that the bike rode great! D07AAE71-76D9-4213-84AD-933496254632.jpegD05BBAD3-863C-4782-B2BD-1361EFF2B126.jpegE1777260-83EC-42D9-AF61-3FF98BAB7534.jpeg
Interesting. How did U find the SDR going down the straight aways. Ive been riding at a track that I can just touch 6th gear(stock gearing) & have found at the end of 4th gear I start to loose ground on the full fairing litre bikes.
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