Um... not wanting to sound like a smart ass but; How can you have "experience" with a product if you've never tested that product yourself?My experience with Hindle pipes is they are noise makers, not performance upgrades. Cheap noise makers.
That's just my experience, and maybe I am wrong as I never tested them myself.
Any time you make a major change in air flow there will need to be adjustments in fueling.
Hindles makes good exhaust system and there used in in canadian superbike series. Hindle are canadian made I believeIn my job I get to see a lot if bikes from all different manufacturers.
I am sure Hindle must make some good stuff, but most of what I see in the dealerships in my part of the world are just cheap noise makers....maybe it is the clientele and bike brands I get to see.
From my experiences in my job I believe there are better made and performing products....but it's just my opinion....and we all know what that is worth.
Stephen;Um... not wanting to sound like a smart ass but; How can you have "experience" with a product if you've never tested that product yourself?
Personally I prefer the triple pipe look over the single can. However, I have a custom full Hindle spaghetti system on my 900 SS FE Ducati and love it.
Michael Leon uses the Hindle exhaust mated to the MV Corse racing headers on his Royal Distributing F3 race bike.
IMHO, Hindle makes solid products and Michael's bike sounds freaking amazing