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Offline BTGendron

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Re: Exhaust
Reply #170 on: October 13, 2020, 10:07:44 PM
*Originally Posted by ZH2-38 [+]
Appreciate it. I must say this for anybody considering a full exhaust for their Z-H2.. The fueling on the bike hasnt really changed and it doesn't surge or act much different than when I ran just the zx10r slip-on. Secondly, I wouldn't waste $800+ on slip-on or $2000+ if/when a full exhaust is available for us. Just install the zx10r full system, install your block off plates and get a tune once it's available. For ease of install, I'd opt for the gen 4 zx10r header as they don't have a crossover pipe in between runners 2 and 3. That way, you'll be able to utilize the Z-H2 lower rad stay and save yourself the time to research which stay works and having to customize it to fit. The bike power wheelies in road mode during 3rd gear roll ons and to my surprise, it's relatively quiet while cruising. Not try to defecate on any sponsors lurking in the forums but save your money y'all and opt for this route. Lastly, if you don't like the gen 5 zx10r slip-on (which is titanium and only weighs 5lbs), you can buy the appropriate zx10r slip-on and arrow or akra decat pipe for the header being used. ANYONE with a few handy skills, a grinder, a few pieces of scrap metal, a drill and a bit of time can do this. PM me for any additional question

I think you should sell me your Gen 4 setup... and start making “exhaust kits” for people. Lmk when you wanna sell! ;)

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Re: Exhaust
Reply #171 on: October 13, 2020, 10:21:13 PM
Add me to that list too if you do it. I don't have much time to make trips anywhere. When I have free time, I'd rather ride than wrench. It is still too hot in the garage anyway to be working on stuff.

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Offline ZH2-38

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Re: Exhaust
Reply #172 on: October 16, 2020, 04:43:33 AM
*Originally Posted by BTGendron [+]
I think you should sell me your Gen 4 setup... and start making “exhaust kits” for people. Lmk when you wanna sell! ;)

Lolll... I actually installed the gen 5 system. I have a spare gen 5 set up but its already spoken for but you can find the parts on ebay for relatively cheap. A gen 4 header is a bit cheaper to install as you can use the z h2 rad stay but I opted for the gen 5 due to the revised header design
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Re: Exhaust
Reply #173 on: October 29, 2020, 09:35:14 PM
Has anyone seen this?? Vandemon doesn’t offer a zh2 kit, but it seems to fit. Makes me wonder if we have the same exhaust setup as the h2 / h2r, meaning we can just buy exhausts for those instead?!


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Re: Exhaust
Reply #174 on: October 29, 2020, 10:24:24 PM
Doesn't the h2 have oval ports??
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Re: Exhaust
Reply #175 on: October 30, 2020, 11:00:22 AM
Is it just the silencer or a complete system?

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Re: Exhaust
Reply #177 on: October 30, 2020, 05:11:47 PM
What an awesome piece of metal! Weight reduction is impressive also.

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Re: Exhaust
Reply #178 on: October 30, 2020, 11:21:33 PM
In a few of the other h2 forums, the gen 4 zx10r titanium header with decat and slip-on made more power than the vandemon full system on an h2 sx. A used zx10r system will cost almost 1/10th the price, will weigh 1lbs more and produce an additional 3% power across the board than the VD. Don't waste your hard earned money on those overpriced components
Last Edit: October 30, 2020, 11:22:06 PM by ZH2-38
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Re: Exhaust
Reply #179 on: October 31, 2020, 05:44:18 AM
Mine just arrived in the US. Far as I know, I'm the first in the US with it as Michael @ Vandemon made sure I got one quick. Another one went out to Ben @ Extreme Creations. They are in full production now - was actually surprised to see it as soon as I did as I had parts coming from Australia via DHL ordered last week, that just showed up yesterday. Then this ships this week and shows up today. So pleasant surprise to see it here so quickly!

I have the Vandemon on my regular H2 and LOVE it - best system for that bike, by far. Michael makes a great product so I'm stoked to give this a go on my Z H2.



Looking forward to getting it on the dyno next week to get some comparison runs.

*Originally Posted by ZH2-38 [+]
Doesn't the h2 have oval ports??
Yes, the H2 does. But the head on the H2 and H2 SX/Z H2 are different and have round exhaust ports.

*Originally Posted by AlexItaly [+]
Is it just the silencer or a complete system?

Full system.

I did an unboxing video but not sure if I'll upload it - I hate hearing my own voice!
Last Edit: October 31, 2020, 05:47:08 AM by WR-NA
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