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    Re: B-pipe vs Limited vs Pro tec

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    Re: B-pipe vs Limited vs Pro tec

    I don't know where "B-pipe" came from, but I believe that most people are referring to the mod pipe that is listed on their website when they say that.
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    beat ya ferg
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    What do you guys think? Is factory pipe a big upgrade from a riva red. I have a factory mod pipe on my 750 sx and it rips. So far all I have read in this thread is that any pipe is good. Is it worth the $200 for the performance upgrade? I would like some more low end on my blaster but it runs good and dont want to waste any money if not neccessary. LMK what you think.
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    Re: B-pipe vs Limited vs Pro tec

    B pipe actually refers to the head pipe that goes from the exhaust manifold to the chamber. It is not yamaha specific, In fact the term B pipe refers to the part of the pipe that is universally interchangable between MOST of their pipes. The B pipe goes from a a kawi to a yama motor with no changes. It has the 3 water tuning screws to really let you fine tune the pipe. However B-pipe is the common name that is used to refer to the entire system

    As for comparison to riva red pipe to a b pipe... the FPP pipe will blow the bottom out of the riva red. Mids and tops will be similar, but the bottom end there will be no comparison, the riva wont touch it. I know this because Ive used them on my boat back to back.

    The superjet chambers are aluminum, the blaster chambers are stainless steel.
    Limited gives a bit more low end, and the mod chambers give more peak power.


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    I have been to Factory's website and read all that stuff a million times. It still says nothing about a "b-pipe"

    So I guess the slang term "b-pipe" comprises pretty much any Factory pipe made for a Yamaha?

    That is what has been confusing me the whole time. I thought the "b-pipe" was some magical hard to get limited edition bad *** black market super pipe, when apparently the whole time it is just a term that everybody uses to classify any Factory brand pipe for a Yamaha application.

    Please tell me if I am right or wrong.........I'm starting to get a kick out of this : )
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    Applause



    Finally!!!


    There is my answer! You the man Fox, thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FLWAVEBLASTER
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    Re: B-pipe vs Limited vs Pro tec

    Quote Originally Posted by jkirkland
    What do you guys think? Is factory pipe a big upgrade from a riva red. I have a factory mod pipe on my 750 sx and it rips. So far all I have read in this thread is that any pipe is good. Is it worth the $200 for the performance upgrade? I would like some more low end on my blaster but it runs good and dont want to waste any money if not neccessary. LMK what you think.
    I wouldn't spend the money.
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    Re: B-pipe vs Limited vs Pro tec

    Quote Originally Posted by Wakerider26
    I have been to Factory's website and read all that stuff a million times. It still says nothing about a "b-pipe"

    So I guess the slang term "b-pipe" comprises pretty much any Factory pipe made for a Yamaha?

    That is what has been confusing me the whole time. I thought the "b-pipe" was some magical hard to get limited edition bad *** black market super pipe, when apparently the whole time it is just a term that everybody uses to classify any Factory brand pipe for a Yamaha application.

    Please tell me if I am right or wrong.........I'm starting to get a kick out of this : )
    Wrong, The b-pipe is a magical hard to get limited edition bad *** black market super pipe.


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