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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby MacaveliMC » Tue Oct 21, 2014 12:44 pm

Hey Neo (or anyone I guess)

Have you figured out how to convert to GP shift? with a QS?

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby NEO » Tue Oct 21, 2014 2:19 pm

sorry not attempted that

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby ktmguy » Tue Oct 21, 2014 9:36 pm

MacaveliMC wrote:Hey Neo (or anyone I guess)

Have you figured out how to convert to GP shift? with a QS?


Sato have the rear sets for the 1290 now and they also sell a conversion plate to reverse shift that works with original and their sets. (thanks to ebags for pointing this out)
http://www.satoracing.com/rearsets_KTM1290SuperDuke.htm
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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby BARP » Tue Oct 28, 2014 5:02 am

Well... that was quick, thanks Neo already here in Australia!

Wish the bike would arrive that fast.
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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby NEO » Tue Oct 28, 2014 7:21 am

Good stuff :D

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby MacaveliMC » Tue Oct 28, 2014 12:10 pm

ktmguy wrote:
MacaveliMC wrote:Hey Neo (or anyone I guess)

Have you figured out how to convert to GP shift? with a QS?


Sato have the rear sets for the 1290 now and they also sell a conversion plate to reverse shift that works with original and their sets. (thanks to ebags for pointing this out)
http://www.satoracing.com/rearsets_KTM1290SuperDuke.htm



This is awesome, thank you!

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby Tripped1 » Tue Oct 28, 2014 4:02 pm

Just make sure that you get the right model, there are push and pull QS switches, if the shifting is reversed on the rearset you use a normal push, if there is an adapter plate employed you get a pull.

Pretty sure you need a pull for these with GP shift, but I haven't gotten my plate in nor have I seen the SATOs up close.

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby MacaveliMC » Tue Oct 28, 2014 4:19 pm

Tripped1 wrote:Just make sure that you get the right model, there are push and pull QS switches, if the shifting is reversed on the rearset you use a normal push, if there is an adapter plate employed you get a pull.

Pretty sure you need a pull for these with GP shift, but I haven't gotten my plate in nor have I seen the SATOs up close.


For me I'm not even worried about the QS yet, I just wanted to make it GP shift so I'm not going back and forth between the track and the street :) that'll really mess up your rhythm on the track if u have a moment of confusion haha

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby Tripped1 » Tue Oct 28, 2014 4:30 pm

MacaveliMC wrote:
Tripped1 wrote:Just make sure that you get the right model, there are push and pull QS switches, if the shifting is reversed on the rearset you use a normal push, if there is an adapter plate employed you get a pull.

Pretty sure you need a pull for these with GP shift, but I haven't gotten my plate in nor have I seen the SATOs up close.


For me I'm not even worried about the QS yet, I just wanted to make it GP shift so I'm not going back and forth between the track and the street :) that'll really mess up your rhythm on the track if u have a moment of confusion haha



I'm in the same boat AND I fooked up and ordered the power parts plate instead of aftermarket so I'm still waiting to get my plate in.

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby frogfish » Sun Nov 02, 2014 5:55 am

I am guessing the 110mm GP2R can is the loudest of the set, right? How much louder is it over the sexy black carbon V3 end can?

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby NEO » Sun Nov 02, 2014 8:14 am

Gp2r is the loudest, around 4-5 db up on the v3

Quick shifter for normal pattern is a push.

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby OZsuperduker » Sat Nov 15, 2014 11:38 am

NEO wrote:Headers now available to order, delivery time 3 weeks

Full top grade titanium very light weight. Includes everything, gaskets flanges, clamps, ready to bolt on to your GP1 or GP3 system

These are very expensive to produce with no compromise. They Worked out a lot more costly than we first estimated. As such we will subsidise the cost of these to all GP1 and GP3 de cat system owners.

Pm me for discount code if you have the GP1 or GP3 de cat system, we require proof of purchase.


Hi Neo

What is the discount code for the existing GP1 customers?
Looking to place an order this week

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby NEO » Sat Nov 15, 2014 11:58 am

Pm sent

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby OZsuperduker » Sat Nov 15, 2014 10:42 pm

PM replied Neo. I only get a 38 pound discount when in the forum you said 150pound discount to existing customers. What am I doing wrong?
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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby NEO » Sun Nov 16, 2014 9:07 am

Pm sent

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby Katoom1290 » Wed Dec 10, 2014 9:24 pm

Hi Neo, sorry if you have answered this already but I have the Akra slip on and stock headers. All I am looking for is the link pipe so I can remove the CAT. Do you do them and if so what would it cost and how long will it take to get one expressed to South Africa. Ordered one from Bodis but a month later and still no luck and their opinion is that they only make parts and do not give a darn about how long it takes to get to you, if at all. Looking to get one sharpish, can you assist?
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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby NEO » Wed Dec 10, 2014 9:47 pm

Hi
Our gp3 and gp1 systems are available as decat systems but only work with our end can options, will not fit the Akra.
We have both systems in stock starting at £599 shipped sale price for the gp3.

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby Katoom1290 » Thu Dec 11, 2014 8:56 am

Thanks Neo, not sure I can justify the price of the full system when I have already paid for the Akra slipon and just need the link pipe. Will have to continue the battle with Bodis.
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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby Ash78 » Fri Feb 20, 2015 1:54 am

Are there any power and torque curves for the 1290 with GP3 V3 Can and Power Commander and K&N Air Filter out there? I've seen curves for a standard exhaust system and PCV and curves for the V3 without a PCV, but nothing for all combined.

I've just placed an order for all the above yesterday (not realising there was a forum discount code :evil: ) and wanted to know what power gain to expect??

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby jmann » Fri Feb 20, 2015 2:06 am

Welcome aboard comrade.

Ash78 wrote:I've just placed an order for all the above yesterday (not realising there was a forum discount code :evil: )


That's bad luck shame you didn't join earlier. :lol:


Ash78 wrote:... and wanted to know what power gain to expect??


Kevxtx has published extensively on here and his own forum. Use the search button (which is your best friend) to find his posts.

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby NEO » Fri Feb 20, 2015 9:13 am

You can see graphs on our site, depends on the inserts and pcv tune and headers to the end power figures.

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby Ash78 » Sat Feb 21, 2015 4:55 am

JMann/Neo,

Thanks for the input. I have seen some of kevtx's posts, impressive stuff and great to see somebody making the effort to share his learnings with all. It would take me days to read through it all though!

I have checked AR's site but can only see a graph for the can without any tuning. I might be being stupid here but that's all I can find???

I guess I was half way hoping somebody on the forum may have a similar set up to the standard headers, PCV, K&N and GP3 V3 can, which takes out the cat. From what I've found so far on the forum, kevtx's testing has all been performed with the cat installed, I'm thinking that removing the cat and tuning accordingly would of course make a difference, particularly if making an effort to install the Rottweiler air box or at least copy Kevs initial mod and remove sections from the air tube inlets?? I haven't yet received these goodies so I'm not completely clear yet on what the inserts options are for the V3, I should have these in hand by next weekend all being well and will take it from there.

Thanks again.

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby NEO » Sat Feb 21, 2015 8:57 am

Removing the cat and mapping for the air box will make a massive difference.
The insert has little or no affect on power but not yet tested with any air box mods

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby Artha » Mon Mar 02, 2015 6:55 am

I'd like to say "thanks" to Neo for discount code. Order is already placed. Now I'm waiting for new bike and GP3 Carbon/Ceramic exhaust.

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Re: Austinracing GP1 Exhaust

Postby NEO » Mon Mar 02, 2015 8:01 am

No problem :D

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