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Old 01-15-2010, 08:27 AM   #1
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Default B12 = Bandit 1200?

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Iv seen headers thats was referd to as B12 headers. Is that the name of a aftermarket or a standard Bandit 1200 header? =)
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Refers to the standard Suzuki Bandit 1200 headers.

B12 for short.


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Old 01-15-2010, 01:15 PM   #3
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Spank you guys! =)

Would it give some extra H.P with a B12 hederas?
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Would it give some extra H.P with a B12 hederas?
Should be better flow than stock, but my V&H header was bigger than the bandit.
Here's the measurements from when I put my pipes on my B12.

Bandit: 1-1/2" Primary tubes and 1-7/8" Pipe
V&H: 1-5/8" Primary tubes and 2-1/4" Pipe

Id say if you have a B12 header laying around use it, but if you are looking for better/bigger exhaust, got aftermarket.
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Ohh, so u can get aftermarket performace headers.. V&H have and who else have for our bikes?
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