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post #21 of 31 Old 11-15-2012, 06:54 PM
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if you're new, you're more limited on what it can hold.

i dont know the numbers on it.
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post #22 of 31 Old 11-16-2012, 05:23 AM
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Thanks mate! Really appreciate your helpful reply...

In fact that is what I was really thinking. I will enjoy the bikes as is for now, then once I recover financially I will most probably go for a decent full exhaust system (I love SS headers ) and also fit a power commander.

Last question...will the PC need a custom map? I don't fully trust the bike shops equipped with dyno around here...will a Preset map OR PC Autotune work fine?

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Custom map is the best!
But you can download or ask the guys here.there was a thread for maps.

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Not necessarily. For a full system, a remap is highly advised, for a slip-on, less so.
Its much better if you have fuel manager.much much better.

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Custom map is the best!
But you can download or ask the guys here.there was a thread for maps.
Downloaded maps are so-so at best. Custom map for your specific bike is the best way.

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Its much better if you have fuel manager.much much better.
For full system, yes. For a slip-on you *may* see some minor gains.

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Downloaded maps are so-so at best. Custom map for your specific bike is the best way.



For full system, yes. For a slip-on you *may* see some minor gains.
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+1 on having it custom mapped. Bought a 2008 with Yoshimura R-77 titanium and carbon rear exhaust from a friend. He never got it dyno tuned so I plopped in a Power Commander V and off to the Dyno it went. The bike was running much too lean across the powerband. Now it feels like velvet and ohhhh soooo smooth on acceleration! Very linear with such a good feel. While you're at it... drop in a BMC air filter for good breathing. Save up your money and get it all done right and you won't regret it!

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+1 on having it custom mapped. Bought a 2008 with Yoshimura R-77 titanium and carbon rear exhaust from a friend. He never got it dyno tuned so I plopped in a Power Commander V and off to the Dyno it went. The bike was running much too lean across the powerband. Now it feels like velvet and ohhhh soooo smooth on acceleration! Very linear with such a good feel. While you're at it... drop in a BMC air filter for good breathing. Save up your money and get it all done right and you won't regret it!
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+1 on having it custom mapped. Bought a 2008 with Yoshimura R-77 titanium and carbon rear exhaust from a friend. He never got it dyno tuned so I plopped in a Power Commander V and off to the Dyno it went. The bike was running much too lean across the powerband. Now it feels like velvet and ohhhh soooo smooth on acceleration! Very linear with such a good feel. While you're at it... drop in a BMC air filter for good breathing. Save up your money and get it all done right and you won't regret it!

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