Okay, Put the SC on the bike and ran it. Too loud, much too loud, so I took it off. I put the Hindle back on. I'm going to try the two exhausts back to back at the track just for fun. Then I think I'll sell it and lose money for doing this.
First off the SC looks really cool, but it's so loud I can't hear myself think. Even with a reducer in the can it's far too loud.
Second it's light weight but doesn't have a mount point for the can so in a minor right hand low side the swingarm will get the brunt of the damage. Didn't really think about that until I put it on the bike.
Third its freakin' expensive for what you get. I can (and will) buy a spare Hindle Ti can and mid pipe - still not have as much money into the whole Hindle system with spares as what the SC cost.
Final determination. The Hindle is great value for money, makes good power and is not too loud. The SC is cool looking but not practical for extended track use unless the rider is deaf and the track has no sound limitations. This has now become an expensive experiment. Not everything works out as planned.
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