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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 08-11-2012, 09:54 AM Thread Starter
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Mass Moto Mohave exhaust info?

Anyone running the Mass Moto Mohave system?

I am seriously considering one for my 07 Scram. But I wanted to get some feedback.

1. Is the leg clearance better than the stock scram? Any contact while sitting? Can you stand easily?

2. How hot are they getting, do the heat shields work?

3. Weight?

4. Build quality? Obviously a concern when you're at this price point.

Thanks in advance for any info.
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Sorry, I have nothing to add, but I really love the look of this exhaust and would like see what turns up from your question.
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On the way!

Okay, I pulled the trigger on this. I'm kinda nervous because I've never spent this much on a part that I've never actually seen or experienced.

Giancarlo at Mass Moto was great to work with and the ordering was painless.

http://www.massmoto.com/

Should be here this coming Thurs. Will post pics and thoughts when I get it.
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I'm anxious to hear your thoughts, that is a serious aesthetic upgrade. Hopefully you like it enough to convince me to follow suit
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Yeah, I'd be curious too. I can't imagine selling my Predators, but the Mohave's look so great, you never know...
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Holy cow, that looks stellar. I bet it's gonna be pretty loud, though!
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The system has a double baffle system per pipe so you can adjust the db level. I just hope the Italian interpretation of "reasonable volume" is the same as mine.

Casida, I remember you saying you were going fab up some of your own? How did that work out?
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Casida, I remember you saying you were going fab up some of your own? How did that work out?
Not too bad! I still have it kicking around, in fact. I couldn't find or design a muffler to meet my requisites, though, though the one I fabbed worked pretty well, but was a touch too loud. To give you an idea of how loud it was, I went with a Zard Cross after, and it was much quieter. Hehe.

But boy oh boy, did the custom one flow great. It just was intended to be very compact, keeping a reasonable length to the a) runners and b) tail section and to be quiet enough for road riding. I hit on the first two criteria, and missed horribly on the third, and couldn't bring myself to quiet it down to the detriment of the first two points.
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We'll have to get together at some point and compare pipes.

I love the Zard cross, but imho a scrambler should have high pipes. But considering the response the Jack Pine got, I maybe in the minority.
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Hey Checkers,

any feedback on the exhaust?

I'm also looking at pulling the trigger for my '06 Scram!
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