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lgp0722 03-14-2019 08:57 AM

Differences between RG3 makes?
 
So I'm (once again) debating trying to find a set of RG3's for my F4 1000S. I'm curious if there's a difference (other than material and color) between RG3's made between years, and for different displacements. i.e., am I going to be restricting flow by using an RG3 sold for a 750 on my 1000, or possibly running lean if I use a set made for a 1078? Or are they more or less the same diameters and flow rate on the inside? Or is it a moot point and they'll all flow better than DOT exhaust and I shouldn't worry? :laugh:

anothermvfanatic 03-14-2019 09:01 AM

ill wait for a response to this too.
But i have the same bike as urs, and at a time i had old gold rg3 that were off a 750 on mine and it was fine, just make sure u get an epron too.
if i could do this again id go for rg3 slash cuts. Looks the dogs dangly bits

lgp0722 03-14-2019 09:44 AM

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Originally Posted by anothermvfanatic (Post 2563859)
ill wait for a response to this too.
But i have the same bike as urs, and at a time i had old gold rg3 that were off a 750 on mine and it was fine, just make sure u get an epron too.

Yeah, already have an eprom for RG3 with catless link pipe from Adam (have the link pipe, but DOT cans). It runs way better than the OE tune, but does seem a tad rich at times with the stock mufflers.

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Originally Posted by anothermvfanatic
if i could do this again id go for rg3 slash cuts. Looks the dogs dangly bits

I'm slightly partial to the look of the OE square-cut bronze mufflers I have now, but I wouldn't kick a slash-cut out of bed for eating crackers. :grin2:

nigelrb 03-14-2019 11:50 AM

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Originally Posted by anothermvfanatic (Post 2563859)
. . . Looks the dogs dangly bits

Huh? I have no admiration for dogs' 'dangly bits'. In fact, I have very little admiration for my own. Considering going to Thailand for one of those 'transgender' ops - might have a bit of Caitlin Jenner action going on to achieve the smooth look:grin2:

lgp0722 03-14-2019 12:37 PM

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Originally Posted by nigelrb (Post 2563885)
Huh? I have no admiration for dogs' 'dangly bits'. In fact, I have very little admiration for my own. Considering going to Thailand for one of those 'transgender' ops - might have a bit of Caitlin Jenner action going on to achieve the smooth look:grin2:

I've got a couple show dogs whose dangly bits are admired fairly frequently. Judged, even. Also not much a fan of having them on the back of the MV though. :grin2:

Maximum Velocity 03-14-2019 12:37 PM

Only on an MV forum you cam have a topic that beats an oil topic lol

anothermvfanatic 03-15-2019 07:17 AM

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Originally Posted by nigelrb (Post 2563885)
Huh? I have no admiration for dogs' 'dangly bits'. In fact, I have very little admiration for my own. Considering going to Thailand for one of those 'transgender' ops - might have a bit of Caitlin Jenner action going on to achieve the smooth look:grin2:

only u mate lol. GOLD

yeh i never really understood the expression but u know..... these expressions originated from some where lol

nigelrb 03-15-2019 08:26 AM

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yeh i never really understood the expression but u know.....

Bet you won't understand this::grin2: (only in England:surprise:)

lgp0722 03-15-2019 08:42 AM

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Originally Posted by Maximum Velocity (Post 2563895)
Only on an MV forum you cam have a topic that beats an oil topic lol

So I did search, and the only thing that came up were threads talking about the differences between RG3 and DOT, which is not what I'm talking about. Trust me, I'd much rather have found my answer days ago. lol If something's this common, maybe it should be a sticky? I can't find it anywhere.

silentservice703 03-15-2019 09:13 AM

While I am not an expert on the pipes, I do soundly believe that RG3 is RG3 is RG3. Headers may differ from 750 to 1000cc displacement, but the organ pipes are functionally the same.


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