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post #41 of 50 Old 11-13-2012, 05:44 AM
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Thanks! No vid on my bike but it sounds pretty much like this (note that the exhaust in the video is the Euro version. That bulge actually contains an exhaust valve):

[youtube]XBh7hmw20fw[/youtube]
Thats a nice lookong exhaust and lovely sound, like i said, little quiet on,low rpm.

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Yoshi 77 sound

I love this sound, its not mine, but i like it!

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How much rpm is that on idle?? Sounds like above 2000 rpm or i am wrong?

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How much rpm is that on idle?? Sounds like above 2000 rpm or i am wrong?


ill have to check but i think its just the exhaust super loud at cold start ups

tahts why I hate it.. but when you actually ride it its not that bad
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ill have to check but i think its just the exhaust super loud at cold start ups

tahts why I hate it.. but when you actually ride it its not that bad
I know i have two bros. on cold start ups, my neighbours hated me when i go to work at 3 in the morning. I loved it on short runs, on long rides, me head hurts :-)

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How much rpm is that on idle?? Sounds like above 2000 rpm or i am wrong?
it was +4 today with a wind felt like 0 or +1 at cold as hell i couldnt ride for more than 5mins before my legs and hands started to freeze

i checked the RPM at cold start it was 2.25 - 2.5 RPM going between that back and forth for 5mins..before settling down at 1.5ish i think is that too high ?

I also have a power commander i dunno if that will make a difference at a high rpm like that
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it was +4 today with a wind felt like 0 or +1 at cold as hell i couldnt ride for more than 5mins before my legs and hands started to freeze

i checked the RPM at cold start it was 2.25 - 2.5 RPM going between that back and forth for 5mins..before settling down at 1.5ish i think is that too high ?

I also have a power commander i dunno if that will make a difference at a high rpm like that
Yes, when you start it, if supposed to be above 2000 rpm.
Mine, its arround 2000 rpm or more, and then gets down and stays at 1200 rpm.
Maybe the power comander makes it little high?

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it was +4 today with a wind felt like 0 or +1 at cold as hell i couldnt ride for more than 5mins before my legs and hands started to freeze

i checked the RPM at cold start it was 2.25 - 2.5 RPM going between that back and forth for 5mins..before settling down at 1.5ish i think is that too high ?

I also have a power commander i dunno if that will make a difference at a high rpm like that
If you have a TBR, typical high or "hunting" idle.

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i like the look and sound

also with 1000 your dont really need that extra 3 hp with a $4000 system.
check this!
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