2 into 1 Exhaust ... Q

Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by Platypus-3in1, Mar 14, 2011.

  1. cjracer

    cjracer AWD please!!

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    We're trying to get more info on this system. One thing I have not seen listed is if this is a Spark Arrested system. :ear Alot of there STREET pipes don't have this.

    We'll try and keep you posted when I hear back. Anyone else seen this posted?
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  2. Unkgd

    Unkgd Been here awhile

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    Craig,
    Went looking around and the only place I found it was on the KTMTwin site - http://www.ktmtwins.com/ktm-950-990...ture-titanium-roxx-single-side-exhaust-system
    Doesn't look like it has a spark arrestor from the pictures - but that is just a guess.

    Would be interested IF the can is larger than the one of the cans on the Remus dual set up and if the collector is larger.
    Bill
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  3. cjracer

    cjracer AWD please!!

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    I agree. If we can get a set-up before the snow starts to fly, I'd like to get it on our dyno for a little testing.
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  4. kingoftwins

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    The new Remus Roxx 2 into 1 system has not made it's dabut as of yet. We were informed of this system and was sworn into secracy until Remus gave the OK to talk about it. It is about to make it's way ashore here in the states in the next couple of weeks from what Knut was telling us. He is the US distributor of all things Remus. This system will come with a spark arrester and is a new can desgin from Remus. Their ROXX system is a all Titanium that does not require packing at anytime. It includes a Stainless Steel 2 into 1 connector pipe and is the first and only 2 into 1 Slip-On system built from the ground up and dyno'd for the KTM 950/990 Adventure. We have seen the dyno chart on this system and it looks promising. Not just a system that allows you to put a auxiliary tank on the back of the bike but one that actually does what you want a Exhaust System to do and that is open the animal up and allow it to breath. We have put in our 2 cents asking for a Super Enduro version but we will have to wait and see if that is ever going to pan out. I attached a Dyno Chart of that here for you guys to look at. Sorry it may be a little blury. We requested a better version of the chart from Remus for you to view on KTMTwins.com but have not received that as of yet. We will post it as soon as we get that clearly defined Dyno Chart.

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  5. mousitsas

    mousitsas Long timer

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    Interesting....what would it take to fit an adv exhaust to the SE? Is is a matter of a little twisting and bending here and there, or is it more complicated than that?
    In other words, could this system be 'forced' to fit an SE???

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  6. crazybrit

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    the exhaust header is totally different Adv/SE, more than just bending.
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  7. RLCanon

    RLCanon Adventure Arrrrr!

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    Just thought I'd toss out a data point: I'd been running my 2-1 with a carbon Remus for several thousand miles (I have Remus cans on my S54 MCoupe as well and love them! On the KTM it just made sense to me to put an Austrian can on an Austrian bike, especially since I like them on the car so well...). In that time the rivets holes on the inlet side fretted out and allowed a significant amount of movement. I was in the last days before a trip when I noticed it so I just took it off and pulled the carbon shell away from the inlet as far as I could and pushed epoxy into the area then pushed it back together and let the epoxy dry. So far so good, but it's only been a few thousand miles. If the can takes a dump again I guess it's time for a Ti Remus...
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  8. cjracer

    cjracer AWD please!!

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    That might be the reason Remus does not Warranty the Carbon can being used in a 2-1 setup. I've got a TI Remus on my bike and not one issue in over 60,000 miles.
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  9. Kenbike

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    I got a copy of the dyno results chart and it is the same as on this page. It indicates this is for a 2 inot 2 set up not a 2 into 1 as I reviewed it. I hope Remus can provide what results they have for a stock system, Remus 2 into 2, and a new Roxx remus 2 into 1 system. Ihad a 2004 Tuono and it had a dual full Tigcraft system that I removed and sold and in its place installed stock header and a single Akron slip on. I was amazed at how much better the mid range was on the bike! So if Remus has done the desgn work we could end up with a system that pull better than a 2 into 2 for the street!
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  10. kingoftwins

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  11. Kenbike

    Kenbike Been here awhile

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    Sounds very good! Did you confirm the dyno chart is for a 2 into 2 or a 2 into 1?
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  12. kingoftwins

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    That dyno chart is for the 2into1 system.
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  13. Swatch

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    CJ, I have your 2-1 with the Remus Ti can on my bike since the begenning of the 2011 season.
    15 000 miles on it, a lot of highway (Montreal to Victoria then back to Montreal) during the hot summer.

    The 2-1 is like new.
    The Ti can have change color a bit.
    The sound haven't changed, it still just perfect.
    The only problem I have so far, is the rubber band that hold the can : it's cooked !


    Did you have the same problem on your bike or on other customers bikes ?
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  14. cjracer

    cjracer AWD please!!

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    Hi Simon,

    Thanks for the input.

    Long freeway rides in high heat, Yep that will cook the rubber band over time. It's still alot of heat going through one silencer.

    Email me your current address, I'll get you a new one sent out. I have a couple spares in stock.
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  15. Kenbike

    Kenbike Been here awhile

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    Any updates on the Roxx 2 into 1 system? Would like to see photo's of conversion pipe and and does the slip on actually have a different size inlet and out let than the Remus 2 into 2 slip on's? From the photo's it appears the same size can in both systems.
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  16. kingoftwins

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    [​IMG]We just spoke to Remus USA and have received word that their shipment of those are about to hit the shores. No one in the US has even seen this system up close. We have confidence in their craftsmanship and look forward to getting our grimy little hands on that system. Unfortunately we don't have all of those answers for you until we can see on. Put it on and play ride with it. Soon men. Very soon.
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  17. bikepsych

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    I have the 2-1 system with a Wings Can on the system. Its amazing!! Sounds great, lost weight, and within 10 seconds after shutting down I can grab the can and it won't burn me. Not sure how it does it but it cools off REAL fast. I'm sure it picked up some midrange and top end without any loss on the bottom. :evil
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  18. Qwik

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    Usually you lose just a bit up top and gain low and mid grunt. I added some weight where I had removed the left exhaust on my 950. Now I carry eight gallons of fuel.
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    Placed my order for the Roxx and 2.2 gallon tank. :clap
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    Did they give you an ETA?