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#1 growboxguy

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Posted 06 September 2020 - 11:32 PM

Does anybody have real world feedback on the Straightline Performance single pipe/Y pipe combo on the 600R? They claim between the two an 8 hp gain with no remapping required although the clutch will need some weight added. I would run the stock can (2019 XRS 600R) as I want to keep the sled at stock volume, thoughts?

 

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Posted 07 September 2020 - 08:13 AM

If it was actually SLP I would try one long ago but being SPI I passed on it . Very expensive setup and no independent dyno numbers . I would like to hear from someone that run it too .



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Posted 07 September 2020 - 08:29 AM

If it was actually SLP I would try one long ago but being SPI I passed on it . Very expensive setup and no independent dyno numbers . I would like to hear from someone that run it too .

 

Please elaborate, SPI? SLP is farmed out now? Thanks.


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  1976 Rupp Rally

  1979 Kawasaki Invader 

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  2000 Yamaha SRX700

  2003 Arctic Cat F-7 LTD Patriot

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  2008 TNT 600 carb

  2011 TNT 600 etec

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Posted 07 September 2020 - 10:05 AM

Please elaborate, SPI? SLP is farmed out now? Thanks.


There has always been confusion between the two
SLP = Starting Line Products
SPI = Straightline Performance Inc

#5 growboxguy

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Posted 07 September 2020 - 10:36 AM

There has always been confusion between the two
SLP = Starting Line Products
SPI = Straightline Performance Inc

Thank you for clarifying. I am looking at the SPI Y Pipe/ Single Pipe combo, thanks so much.


Past Sleds in Order of ownership:

  1976 Rupp Rally

  1979 Kawasaki Invader 

  1983 Yamaha Vmax

  1989 Yamaha Exciter

  2000 Arctic Cat ZRT600

  2001 Arctic Cat ZR500

  2000 Yamaha SRX700

  2003 Arctic Cat F-7 LTD Patriot

  2003 REV 600

  2003 REV 800

  2008 TNT 600 carb

  2011 TNT 600 etec

  2013 MXZ X 600 (Yellow)

  2013 MXZ X 600 (Orange)

  2017 MXZ X 600

  2015 MXZ X 600

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Posted 16 September 2020 - 11:25 PM

How is this the only 600r pipe on the market??

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Posted 17 September 2020 - 01:03 AM

Thank you for clarifying. I am looking at the SPI Y Pipe/ Single Pipe combo, thanks so much.

 

Can't help you with the 600R pipe but I ran their 600 Etec pipe on my 600 Etec for a number of years and it definitely required more clutch weight.  It also worked when I upgraded the sled to a 700HO.  It was definitely a plus in performance. Which would lead me to suspect the SPI 600R pipe will probably work well too.  



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Posted 17 September 2020 - 07:00 PM

$1099 before tax, shipping and clutch kit. 



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Posted 17 September 2020 - 08:21 PM

I know it will come across poorly. But the best option is to sell the 600 and buy an 850. You’ll spend $1500+ all said and done and still be nowhere near an 850. That’s more than ski doo charges to upgrade from the 600 to 850.

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Posted 18 September 2020 - 12:13 AM

I think we need to separate the 600r and 850 conversation. Buy an 850 and don’t worry about this thread, I get it.... why can’t we pipe and clutch a 600r?

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Posted 18 September 2020 - 08:07 AM

Yeah I don’t like them comments you should be able to pipe and clutch a 340 Olympic if you want . Why are guys putting a pipe on there 850s 🤷‍♂️Why not just buy a sidewinder if you want more out of your 850🤷‍♂️ . I personally would like to see some more bolt on stuff for the 6r . Polaris new 650 might take the lead on 600 class hp .



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Posted 18 September 2020 - 03:15 PM

Oh I think it’s a foregone conclusion that the Poo 650 will put a beating on every other 600 out there. They’re talking close to 140 HP from
A 650. That’ll raise the bar for sure.

Edited by Mach21, 18 September 2020 - 03:16 PM.


#13 growboxguy

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Posted Today, 06:13 AM

Oh I think it’s a foregone conclusion that the Poo 650 will put a beating on every other 600 out there. They’re talking close to 140 HP from
A 650. That’ll raise the bar for sure.

 

I dont believe it will be near the difference you think. The new polaris 650 is tuned to 87 fuel, the 600R is obviously 91 and then we add the more efficient PDrive (not to mention etec) I really dont think there will be that much difference in performance (if at all) in the real world.


Past Sleds in Order of ownership:

  1976 Rupp Rally

  1979 Kawasaki Invader 

  1983 Yamaha Vmax

  1989 Yamaha Exciter

  2000 Arctic Cat ZRT600

  2001 Arctic Cat ZR500

  2000 Yamaha SRX700

  2003 Arctic Cat F-7 LTD Patriot

  2003 REV 600

  2003 REV 800

  2008 TNT 600 carb

  2011 TNT 600 etec

  2013 MXZ X 600 (Yellow)

  2013 MXZ X 600 (Orange)

  2017 MXZ X 600

  2015 MXZ X 600

  2015 MXZ TNT 600 





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