Addressing the weight issue, sure (but again that nth theory comes to
mind).... Did you do anything at the cat? Is the stock exh a 2 1/4? If it
is, my more than thinking is that your gains are about as high as what you
gain with the weight advantage... That is to say minimal, and cetainly for
the street, not enough to warrant the cost 250 or even less...... BIG Hint:
Unless you are going for weight and/or sound, you are much better off
looking at the honeycomb first... And to get any even minimal gain, the stock
diameter HAS to be increased.... Beyond thinkin here....