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  • Travis B Posts: 7
    Victoria
    Stock Poster Travis B
    07 Oct 2019 10:51 PM
    G'day everyone, I currently have short shots on my 2016 street bob. But I'm thinking of changing to the bigshots for a better performance! Apparently they have a power chamber connecting the two pipes together but Still look like a 2 into 2 pipe.(don't like the look of the 2 into 1 pipe) but want the performance can anybody confirm that it would be an upgrade?
  • Big Steve Posts: 690
    Yarra Ranges
    Performance Poster Big Steve
    08 Oct 2019 11:49 AM
    I have big shots on my 2014 with a 103 and fuelpack

    I have D&D bobcat on my 2010 with a 96 and a Powervision

    The 103 makes its power down low to midrange but then runs out
    The 96 pulls harder than the 103 midrange to top end

    I suspect that additional back pressure will see you feeling more power off the line but not "up top"

    2:1 is best by a long shot



  • Travis B Posts: 7
    Victoria
    Stock Poster Travis B
    08 Oct 2019 12:00 PM
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    Cheers big Steve, some good looking ponys you have there. 
    Yeah it's a fair bit of cash to put on some big shots $1200 plus fitment. I know the 2 into 1 is better performance. I'm just not the biggest fan of the look. Bigshots are advertised as 2 into 2 look but 2into 1 performance. So that's why I was asking for "real advise". This is my bike
  • Big Steve Posts: 690
    Yarra Ranges
    Performance Poster Big Steve
    08 Oct 2019 02:02 PM
    Thanks and yeah it's a fair whack of coin. They will also be considerable quieter than your short shots.

    Another thing to consider with the big shots is they will scrape (one of many reasons for me getting the bobcat which kicks up)
  • Travis B Posts: 7
    Victoria
    Stock Poster Travis B
    08 Oct 2019 06:15 PM
    I didn't consider that big Steve, good point ?? especially as I'm fitting progressive 11" during the week. ??
  • Big Steve Posts: 690
    Yarra Ranges
    Performance Poster Big Steve
    08 Oct 2019 06:38 PM
    Quoting Travis B on 08 Oct 2019 06:15 PM
    I didn't consider that big Steve, good point ?? especially as I'm fitting progressive 11" during the week. ??
    I have 11.5 inch progressives on my 2014, this is from 6 months ago (it's much worse now).


    \My 2010 has 11" shocks with raised pegs and exhaust that kicks up and it'll touch a peg before the pipe (the way I like it)

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