Tomcat's Kawasaki Triple Expansion Chambers


Darren Abrams Reed engined H2 750

Check out the new dragbike chambers!

H2R replica Gary Nixon copies

Updated:

June 9, 2005

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A wide powerband is where it is at!

The proof is in the pudding!

Make your bike a joy to ride! Put a set of real chambers on your machine!

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Dave Crussells H1R

Dave Crussell's h1r racer... the other one

Hi Tom,

The bike is alive and very well. The porting and pipes get rave reviews whenever they are heard or seen. Massive mid range power improvement and wonderful top end. She is dead reliable and a real hoot to ride. You do amazing work and I couldn't be happier. I am attaching a zip file if photos. Let me know if you need different poses.

Best regards,

Ron

Ron Nichols GT 750 Lemans chambers

Charlie Richards H2 750 from Vonore, Tn.
FatCat chambers!



----- Original Message -----
From: Rich
To: Tomcat
Subject: Re: chambers
> well, have you ridden it yet? Has maddog made it up there to help with the carbs? Let me know how you like them.
> tom
Hey Tom:

Lectrons are very close but i put new tires on and i will need to break the tires in first before I get crazy on it. Low end power is insane and when you hit 6000 rpm the surge in power will tear you off the bike...

thanks,
rich

EBOS PORTED H2  that made 127 horsepower and 86 footpounds of torque!

----- Original Message -----
From: Olle
To: Tom Loftis
Subject: RE: Tomcat exhaust chambers


Dear Tom
First of all I have to thank you for what your pipes made to my bike. Ebos in Sweden have tuned it and together with pipes it gave a awesome engine performance. You have the bike on your home site, golden 1972...

Best Regards
Olle

Hello Tom.

The pipes works very good! I havent done any comparision between FBG and your pipes yet. I will do that when you have sent me a kit for my own streetbike. Just for your knowledge: the sound is beautiful but too loud to be allowed on the streets in Sweden. The attached diagram shows a ebos street stage 2 ported engine with Tomcat pipes. Its rearwheelhorses. Torque 11,5kg. We are going to present the pipes on our new updated website this autumn. Together with pictures and diagram on the powercurves etc. ...I would like to order a kit now, exhaustportduration is the same as to the kit we ordered last time).

Best regards,
Ebbe

Big Fat power producing chambers are the future! Throw that little skinny junk away! Expansion chambers are supposed to expand! Why is your vintage bike not worthy of a new-gerneration chamber? All of the new-Generation chambers are built from scratch and are not copies. The proof is in the pudding!

Just Released! Dragbike Chambers...

From: Tommy D.
To: kawasakitriples
Subject: Pics from Gratten
Hi Tomcat.I have some pic s I want to send you but I can't remember your Email.I got your pipes their first win.I rode like a puss but Tomcat power pulled me through against my friend who beat Kevin Shwantz back in the day on an RZ to win a national championship.He rode great and I rode like crap but a wins is a win.Thanks

Tommy D's new chambers

----- Original Message -----
From: Thomas D'Ettorre
To: TomCat
Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 2004 9:50 AM
Subject: Your pipes at work


I thought you would like to see your pipes doing what they were meant to do,win races.These pics are from the last 2 races I was at.
Tommy winning races

Tommy D's racebike


FatCat Chambers have a very broad power range unlike old outdated skinny pipes. They improve the engine's power characteristics from idle to redline. Your bike will be much easier to ride in town and a missle when on the throttle hard. Just ask around! The proof is in the pudding.

Ebos website

Click here to see a 127hp/83ft pounds of torque dyno reading!


I got Tomcat's pipes on Posted by maddog
All I can say is WOW! Waaaaaay more power all
the way around. I need to play with some bigger power-jets and a needle adjustment. But holy h*ll, what a difference, Its a totally different beast.
Stay "tuned"... ...It pulls HARD to about 10.5. Way more torque down low as well. With the old pipes, I had a flat spot between 4-6, that's all gone. Wheelies at 70mph? No problem!

...I just got back from the first ride. WOW! It makes a bunch more power over a wider rpm range. I could feel it as soon as I pulled out of the driveway. Need to fatten up the jetting. I'm gonna try bigger powerjets...
They look and fit great!! More later MD (Matt Chalmers) I just went from 70 to 75 powerjets and it pulls even harder. I don't have anything bigger on hand, (I want to try 80 and 85s) Gotta call Sudco in the am!I love this bike now. I was going to de-tune it because the pipes didn't work. Now, I think I'm going to port it even more and add more squish to the heads.
Get some modern pipes! Posted by maddog , in reply to "Street V/S Race Wirges" Talk to Tomcat Loftis, the quality and workmanship are beyond anything I've ever personally seen. BTW: I have a set of FBG pipes that I want to get rid of...


MORE POWER EVERYWHERE!  THIS BIKE BELONGS TO H2DREW
From : Triple ED
To : tomcatloftis@hotmail.com
Tom, the bike ran great today! I had another friend ride the bike today. He has an H2 & S3. His comments were " I can't believe the level of performance while maintaining such excellent low end drivability". I did a 50 ft wheelie today! I shifted into second & the wheel popped up again! We put a serious hurting on my clutch! It started slipping after the thrashing we gave it! The frictions, steels & springs are new. It just could not take the extra power. I have some springs that are 20% stiffer than stock that I am going to try. I also took some great outdoor pics of the bike today I need to send you. - Ed
From : Triple ED
To : tomcatloftis@hotmail.com Subject : Re: triple silencers
Tom, it definitely pulls better than the dencos or spec 2's. I went for a ride this AM on some country roads. It pulls very well at high rpm. The power does not fall off like the other pipes. Everything you told me about them is true. I am very happy with them. They are well worth the money. - Ed

Tomcat Chambers on Bill Baxter's laydown machine.  Bike was instantly faster!

From : "Jeff"
Reply-To : : <tomcatloftis@hotmail.com> Subject : H2 and H1 Chambers

Hi Tom, I just wanted to say that I have been extremely happy with your pipes. I was shopping around for a set of pipes for my H2 when you started selling them. I wanted to replace my J&R Power Pipes with something more attractive. I had heard Ed Zunz rave about your pipes and I still hadn't made up my mind. Then I bought a bike that Ed was selling for a friend of his and it had no exhaust (Bill Wirges pipes were there, but broken and rusted). Now I had to make a decision...2 bikes and only 1 exhaust system, so I needed pipes right then. On Ed's recommendation, I ordered your pipes instead of the SpecII pipes I had been leaning towards (hey, they worked great on my RD400). Your price was not much more, and Ed said they worked much better than his SpecIIs, so what the hell, I'll give them a try, and you offered my money back if I didn't like them.

Two weeks later, I drive to Florida to pick up the H2 from Ed.

H1 Pipe review:

He immediately hands me the keys to 3 of his H1s. One with SpecII pipes, 1 with Denco's, and 1 with your pipes and tells me to compare them. He says he's tired of everyone saying that he's nuts, that a set of handmade pipes can't possibly be as good as what he is saying, and he want's my unbiased opinion. All three bikes are stock other than the pipes. I rode all three bikes over the course of the weekend that I was there. On the H1, I cannot, in all honesty, say what they would do on the top end. I didn't rev Ed's bikes over 8000...they weren't mine to take a chance on breaking. What I did notice is that your pipes came on at around 5500 and pulled stronger than the SpecIIs and the Dencos all the way to 8000 when I shifted. What I noticed even more was that the bike would pull from 2000-2500 without stuttering. I had never ridden an H1 that would accelerate from 2000 RPM...I didn't think it was possible. I couldn't just snap the throttle and go, but I could roll it on easy and it would go! The Denco's and the SpecII's wouldn't allow that until I was well over 2500. I found out on a ride to one of the State Parks near Ed's home, just how well behaved your pipes were at low RPM. I could tell throughout the ride that I was in a higher gear than Ed, but it wasn't until I came to a rolling stop, that I found out how well behaved it was at the bottom. We came to a stop sign and had to make a right. I slowed down to almost a crawl, dropped 1 gear, saw nothing coming, started to go and stalled the bike. Instead of being in 3rd and dropping to 2nd, I was in 4th and dropped to 3rd. At less than 10 MPH, no wonder it stalled. I found this out when I tried to restart. I then realized I had just ridden several miles at 20-25 MPH in 4th gear on an H1! No bucking, no snorting, no coughing. I wouldn't have believed it had I not been the one riding the bike. I rode Ed's other H1s over the course of the weekend, and none of the others would have even thought about performing like that at low RPM.

H2 Pipe review:

So I get my new H2 home and it has the J&R pipes on it because yours haven't arrived yet. The bike runs well, pulls strong from 6000, tries to wheelie (would rather spin the tire), and in general I have a lot of fun with it. Then your pipes finally arrive. I bolt them on, following your instructions for spacing things out, rejet my carbs on the rich side, again following your instructions, and fire it up. Once I get the jetting closer to what it should be, I notice a performance increase on the top over the J&R pipes. Bottom is ok, but at 3500-4500, the bike is a bit rough. One more jet change, and all hell breaks loose. The bike is pulling well from just off idle, midrange is smooth and strong, and at 5000, things start happening. At 6000, the bike just jumps and goes. I can feel it starting at 5000, it gets quite a bit stronger at 5500, and at 6000, hang on to 8500, shift, hang on, shift, etc. This is on a stock motor other than a .040 overbore.

All I can say is that I love the pipes that you make. You'll be getting an order for a set of pipes for my H1 to replace the rusty stock pipes that are on it now.

Thanks,

Jeff Gootblatt
East Stroudsburg, PA

Make sure you click here to see Jeff's bike

Bill Baxter's car tire bike

Skinny pipes = skinny weak feeble powerband

Re: so how are the pipes maddog?
Posted by Maddog , in reply to "so how are the pipes maddog?"

They're absolutely awesome! NO KIDDING! These things re-newed my confidence that H2's can still compete with the plastic junk they're ramming down our throats now-days. I'm looking for a place that can dyno a 2-stroke around here. I had a place that I used to use, but they went out of business about a year ago. I've never ridden a two-stroke that runs like my bike does now. STG3 porting - it rides around town nicely, and pulls HARD to 10,000+. WHat more can you ask for?

NO $HIT! I STILL CAN'T BELEIVE HOW THESE PIPES REVOLUTIONIZED MY BIKE!

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: just curious as to how the power is. let
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Fish
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Posts: 9 Location: Milwaukee ,WI
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I received my Tomcat pipes today. without riding it yet,just the look of them is worth the price. Awesome.Thanks T.C. !
 
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Post subject: First Ride on H1 with Tomcats Pipes

Just got back from my first ride on my H1 with Tomcats pipes.
WOW Thanks Tomcat-bike never worked so good.
Pulls like a deisel on the bottom and screams at the top end.Highly recommended

From : "Scott Gordon"
Will do! I'll get some good shots for you. Your pipes are outstanding, and coated silver (ceramic coated) that really shows. Absolutely awesome looking, and I know it will run like a terror.

Thanks again,

Scott


From : "Scott Gordon"
To : tomcatloftis@hotmail.com
Subject : Report


Success. Went to a vintage bike rally yesterday and the H2 caused a commotion. Rode with friends on torque monsters, Ducattis, through the hills. They love sound, say it's not too loud. I agree. Everyone loves the pipes and I had many requests to start it. At idle it sounds so cool!

Power is decent to 5, then gets on pipe. At 7 it goes wild (Much faster than my old race bike) and flies. Not sure where it turns off, I've only got one real ride on it. These Powerjet Lectrons may make difference in top end feel vs non-powerjets. Still perfecting metering rod length for bottom end. May sharpen a bit more, but is close at 52.1mm.

Thanks for great pipes! I told several your website. I used Ultra Gray 625 degree silicone around flange of pipes as gasket- we'll see how long it lasts. Unacceptable with oil leak and no gaskets. So far silicone is fine. Bike is very fast and with decent midrange, which was put to test riding with Ducattis.

Scott

Running on Premium and 80-1 Amzoil premix.


From : "Scott Gordon"
To : tom Subject : Re: Report


Well, coat on, Brothers! It is great looking and shows off your welds. Don't let anyone paint your pipes! My Stage One engine starts instantly, and pulls fine at any speed. At 5,000 it gets good and at 7,000 it goes insane. It doesn't seem to stop. Is that typical for your pipes? They're great, well worth the money!
I also love these 36 mm power jet Lectrons and will never regret the day I laid out $1,000 for them and those Gast intake manifolds. Never again all those wasted hours tuning/ buying parts for Mikunis.

Twelve sanding cones later, the Gast intakes and ports were matched- a major change from stock shape. Anyone else running them? Maybe they make a difference. They should in torque and top end, I think.

This thing runs fantastic! Hit it and pass anything nearby.

Scott



"Scott Gordon"
To : tomcat Subject : Re: test

Damn does this thing run great!

I put a 15 tooth sprocket on it, and I've always liked that better. Lectrons gettting sharper and sharper-one more top- end jet experiment, metering rods right length. Tomorrow I double check and perfect syncronization. Hauls butt now! I'm doubtful that any other classic bike can match the acceleration of a decent H2 w/ your pipes, porting and Lectrons.

Scott


----- Original Message -----
From: Michael Hendrick
To: Tomcat
Subject: RE: Pipes

>>
Hey Mike,
how are the pipes doing?

Tomcat
<<

I'm real happy with them. Your welding gets lots of comments.
Performance seems about the same as the Sp*cII's below 4k or so,
stronger above. I think I'm still running rich at partial throttle
which may be hurting the low end, and will probably tweak it some
more throughout the summer. I'm half tempted to install EGT probes
in each pipe and adjust mixture that way.

They fit fine, and of course don't leak at that stupid collar/spring
joint other pipes have...

Handmade Chambers = building one set at a time.

Dave Crussell's roadracer h1r

Tom,

I wanted to say a special thanks to you for my pipes. They work as good as they look and they look
pretty special. I lost count of the people that complimented them. Many guessing they were a Tomcat
work of art...


Thanks again, Dave


Frank

Posts: 269 Location: Maine Post subject: [Pipes] Another happy face :)

It's been a little while since I installed a set of Tom's pipes but we've had such lousy weather that it's been hard to get a nice ride in. Today was the day though. I like this bike better than ever! Low end is great, the bike pulls from almost any rpm, hits like crazy on the top and I asked Tom to make longer silencers which keeps the noise levels down. And the center pipe doesn't hit my fender anymore which means I don't have to run tons of air pressure in the forks. Other mods this winter were shock extensions and EX500 caliper with HH pads. I'm planning to repaint later in the spring and maybe work on the suspension some more. Life is good.



Frank frequents the message board.  I don't have his email address, but you can reach him on the Kawasaki Triples Worldwide message board.


Nothing can prepare you for your first ride with a set of FatCat Chambers! You only thought your bike was fast! They will make a bone stock bike feel like a heavy stage 1 portjob. Bolt on power. Much cheaper than taking your engine apart and you couldn't get this type of quality power with a stage 1 port anyway. From idle to redline power increases are unreal!


Tom I **finally** developed and scanned pictures of my '72 H2 w/ your pipes. It sure looks pretty. It's pretty close to stock cosmetically but you can see a few '74/'75 bits (steering damper, chrome front fender). But I dig it. Your pipes are killer, I am still working on dialing in the jetting which is definately a fine art that I have not yet mastered.

Thanks again! Hopefully this won't fill up your mail box!

Steve




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Posts: 135
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Post   Post subject: Got my Tomcat pipes today!!!  

My TC pipes arrived today and all I can say is wow! icon_biggrin.gif icon_biggrin.gif icon_biggrin.gif They are just plain gorgeous. Withind an hour I had the center stand and old pipes off and the new ones on and jetted. (just a little fat for a bike night ride) The quality is amazing. It was a long wait, but as Tom assured me, well worth it. I have a couple of days of fine tuning to do, but even with a severely fat mid throttle I can tell they are going to wake the old girl up. Next step will be porting and 34mm TMs. Many great comments and even had a younger guy at a stop light ask me where I got the them. Oh, did I mention they sound great?!!!!!!!

...Also, once again, you were absolutely right about the wait. I just about messed my drawers(front half) when I unwrapped them. The fit was perfect. I can't say enough. Thanks again.

Dave

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Well I receive my pipes today, I put them on tonite, all I can say is WOW, they ran just like Maddog said they would, I did not have time to put the mufflers on but the throttle response, and low end power that I picked up was unreal, well worth the money, bottom line, the bike is an animal. I will keep you guys informed on what happens when I can spend some time tuning.

Darren.

----- Original Message -----
From: Kaleb Northrup To: Tomcat
Subject: Triple working good...

Just thought I'd drop you a note...I finally got my carbs about where they want to be with those pipes, and can really feel the difference now. Geared with the tallest gearing I have, I can just hammer it out of the hole now - takes off so hard it hurts. Before I had to kind of slip the clutch and baby it out of the hole.

But, I did manage to frag a rod bearing - caught it before it did any real damage though. We'll have it together for this weekend, which is nationals...wish me luck!

*****Kaleb is the guy with the wild hillclimber in the pic above. His bike is geared for 70mph in first gear! These hillclimber guys are madmen.....tom

----- Original Message -----
From: John Gilchrist
Subject: Montgomery
"Morning Tom, Tim Bixler set a new Prostar record for a modified h2 with an
over 200# rider on my small tire H2 in Montgomery- guess whos pipes were on it :) went 9.71 in qualifing on Fri and backed it up with a 9.73. Congrats Tom"

----- Original Message ----- Drag chambers Sidewinder that is out of the way of your leg

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Joined: 08 Jun 2003
Posts: 187
Location: fort myers, fl
Posted: Sun Mar 21, 2004 4:02 am Post subject: Thanks Tom! The pipes look great!!

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My long-awaited TomCat pipes have arrived and as anyone that has ordered a set already knows, these are some bad-ass looking units.
The first thing I was struck by was the weight savings over the stock units. A five foot long box with all three pipes weighed in at 14 pounds. I thought maybe not all of the order was filled or something at first.
The next pleasant surprise was how easy they installed. With the stock pipes already removed, it took me about ten minutes. Having done it once I could do it in five now.
Once installed and standing back to look, you just cant help but notice how powerful they make a bike look. Those coffee can sized diameters sure look tough! As the chick across the street said "It looks soooo gangsta" I guess that's a compliment.
Can't wait to hear them. Thanks for the great work Tom! oh, and btw, I like the way you forged the turn in the pipe where it goes out from the cylinder back aft. A clever solution to what must have been a really labor-intensive process previously.
_________________
'74 H2B '75 RD350B '59 split-tail


----- Original Message -----
From: Harley Davidson-Office
To: TomCat
Subject: Re: PIPES


Hi Tom!

I am just as busy as you are. Got my pipes - they look like a million dollars - and I didn't even have to re-jet! Guess the carbs were set rich to begin with. Raced a guy with a big inch Harley the other day and blew him away!!! Yahooooo!
Thanks for everything!
Brian

Ron's Suzuki GT 750 Waterbuffalo

Hi Tom,

Wow, long time no talk. So sorry. Work is really revved up right now. I finally have my little darling running and she STORMS! I am taking it a little easy while the engine breaks in but I currently have 85 miles on her. I have got most of the bugs worked out and just have two small ones left to go. Tom I will have her ready for photos next week and will be happy to send you an article/letter and photos for your Web page. Let me know how to pose the bike for your needs.

I am really pleased. She just howls and hauls! Can't thank you enough.

regards,

Ron


I received the chambers today. All I can say is thank you, thank you. The craftsmanship is top notch and the styling is hard to beat... I also at odds if I want to chrome the pipes or leave it the raw welded look.
Please let me thank you again for making these chambers for me. The triple owners of the world should be grateful that someone like you is still taking an interest in these wonderful machines of yesterday. I need to talk to you about ordering another set!
-Ted Ashby aka tripleted

Stop missing out on all the fun.  Put a set of REAL CHAMBERS ON YOUR BIKE!

Tommy D's racer

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Tomcat's Chambers on Eric Bong's H2 750

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For legal reasons, pipes are for OFF-ROAD USE ONLY!!!

I (Tomcat) build custom roadrace exhaust pipes and dragracing exhaust pipes for the H1 and H2 Triples! These expansion chambers are the most accurately designed pipes made. They are not cut and turn pipes and there is absolutely no tuned length lost in the cutting process! Tuned length remains accurate. I take great pride in my work and want all of my expansion chambers to be the absolute best that can be obtained. This has turned out to be a great hobby of mine. I love building pipes for the triples and I plan to build many different types of chambers for the triples to fill all of the voids. Many have emailed me asking for a touring exhaust and I may build one soon. Not all of us want to ride our triples like fools. LOL I also have chambers for many different port specs. I can always design them to match any port spec, but I have pipe designs for the most common porting modifications. Porting your bike without new age pipes is costing you horsepower. Those old outdated skinny (really tiny) pipes are choking your engine. They were great pipes in their day, but they have been replaced. Do you see those type of pipes on the current GP roadracers? No.. you see big fat pipes. Look at the current dirtbikes..... Big fat pipes. There is more to pipe development than fat pipes, but in order to get more out of our engines, they were going to have to be larger in diameter among other things. This type of pipe can't be mass produced and fit the motorcycle. Each pipe must be hand fitted to a real bike. Yes, I hand-fit every single expansion chamber to a real motorcycle.

These pipes perform!!! There is more power everywhere. I have owned every aftermarket triple pipe there is I believe and nothing has ever compared to my first ride with these new-generation pipes. Nothing. When I started into building triple pipes, I had no idea that there would be a giant gain in horsepower to be found in chamber development. I figured I would just make them fit better than the aftermarket pipes we had already. Well, it was a lesson learned. There is more to be found in the way of horsepower by building better pipes. Power throughout the rev range. Chambers are the single most important modification to start with in making the triples run fast and powerful. If you have been down the same road as I have, you will have your doubts about a pipe making that much more power than your old brand-X chamber. I would fit one outdated brand after another on and none of them seemed to do much in the way of power. Big gains were just not happening. The pipes I build give you BIG GIANT GAINS. Ported engines MUST have a pipe like this. A ported engine with tiny old style pipes is miserable to ride because the bike will have no bottom end power and almost no cruising ability. My new-generation chambers do not exibit this characteristic. In fact, some have told me that a H2 with a stage 11 type porting using my chambers has at least as much bottom end as a stocker if not more. I am constantly striving to better the performance of the exhaust. We have never had access to a chamber that would make a triple run like this until now. Take advantage of technology!

Don't take my word for it, check out my message board and ask some of the guys that own them.

Armidillas          Tomcat's Chambers for the H2 750

You do not have to destroy your bike to put these chambers on. They don't rub the frame, and you don't have to cut anything off of your bike. They bolt up much like the stock pipes do. I can even make them very quiet. You will have to remove you centerstand.

For less money, you can get a whole lot less pipe! My chambers are not copies of an existing pipe. They are designed from scratch specifically for the Kawasaki Triple using TSR TwoStroke Software.

I can build racing pipes for many other two strokes motorcycles. Email me with your needs.

Think you want a set? Click here!

Why are these pipes better than the old stuff we have been stuck with for years? I didn't build a pipe that would fit the bike. I built a pipe and then tried to figure out how in the world I was going to fit it on the bike. These pipes are hand built and each one is fitted to a real bike. Past pipe manufacturers did not do this. I am a low volume pipe builder and I concentrate on performance and fitment. I have accomplished both for the Kawasaki Triples. I am always working to better the performance of the triples.

Many thanks to Tom Turner of TSR Software for the hours on hours he has helped me in the design of these very powerful pipes.

I also do pipe repair on dirtbike and vintage street bikes.

I can repair most types of two-stroke exhausts at a fraction of the cost of a replacement chamber. Many of the vintage chambers you can't replace at all.

Watch this neat movie of the pipes in action!

"Custom work must be Paid in CASH or M.O. (no personal checks) up
front and is NOT REFUNDABLE because it is Custom made"
...and all of my chambers are custom made.

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Updates:

No more junk!!!! We have enough already! These pipes are for performance and they might not be for you. With better chambers, we can get more power out of our engines without having to port them as radical. More power everywhere is the key. These pipes typically start pulling at least 2-grand earlier and rev a grand more on the top (on average)than the old outdated aftermarket pipes and have more over-rev incorporated into the design. TSR Software designed pipes are the answer. Using the latest technology has helped me develop a chamber that the triples deserved years ago.

YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CUT ANYTHING OFF YOUR FRAME TO FIT THESE PIPES!!!

I can port your cylinders and supply you with pipes to match the port specs. I can build a pipe to match the portspecs you already have. So what are you waiting for?

My Dog Francis.  She doesn't build pipes.  Just stares at me when I do.

I have many different designs of the same pipes, so ask me if you don't see the pipe you like, I may build it and not show it on the website. I can also build custom pipes of your design. These will cost more money of course. I am currently working on pipes for all the triples.

There isn't another bike like the Kawasaki Triple. Don't short-change yourself riding with pipes that compromise power so they will fit on the bike. The triple is one of the best motorcycles in the world and it deserves a pipe that will help it live up to the legend.

More pics are coming soon. Tomcat's Expansion Chambers.

Wanted: I need a H2 engine. Running would be great. Would consider trading on H2 engine parts or complete engines.

Tomcat's Yamaha RD 400 DAYTONA GP PIPES.  COMPLETELY UNDER THE BIKE AND THE KICKSTAND CANNOT TOUCH THEM AT ALL UNLIKE OTHER AFTERMARKET PIPES THAT USE THE KICKSTAND AS A CURB-FEELER

Got any questions or want a set? Email me...

most current..... these are the new style mufflers

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****** guarantee: buyer has two days after UPS delivery confirmation to try them on the bike and receive a full refund less shipping costs. You will be out the shipping if you decide to do this. You may NOT modify them in any way. You must provide proof they have been shipped out sometime on the third day after the UPS delivery confirmation date.*****

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Here is the pipebuilder himself finally getting to enjoy his own handywork for a change:

Tomcat enjoying a ride through the Gap

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