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We have no idea how much of a negative impact over the stock exhaust the M4 slip on had without that comparison. We can only see what an un-tuned M4 vs tuned M4 did. Of course this 'before / after' is still better than no comparison so is of good value.

But you can see how much leaner than a full stock exhaust the loss of the exhaust flapper valve makes it.
 

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We have no idea how much of a negative impact over the stock exhaust the M4 slip on had without that comparison. We can only see what an un-tuned M4 vs tuned M4 did. Of course this 'before / after' is still better than no comparison so is of good value.

But you can see how much leaner than a full stock exhaust the loss of the exhaust flapper valve makes it.
Yeah, like to see him run a bone stock 17-19 CBR 1000 RR.
 

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If someone in Houston brings their base SC77 by I'll throw it on the dyno and do some before after runs and compare simply stock ECU unlock tune with slipon vs stock ECU and HRC Power Profile unlock tune with slipon vs stock ECU.

Will be interesting to see what happens
 

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I agree I like to see a stock 17-19 run , just wish all dyno's was calibrated the same , BC I've ran mine on 3 different dyno's and got 3 different results
That's why the only real use of the dyno is as a "before / after" evaluation tool to see what change was affected by the current mods.
 

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If someone in Houston brings their base SC77 by I'll throw it on the dyno and do some before after runs and compare simply stock ECU unlock tune with slipon vs stock ECU and HRC Power Profile unlock tune with slipon vs stock ECU.

Will be interesting to see what happens
That be cool, I do it, if I live down that area.
 

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I had my bike ecu flashed by Moore mafia 2 weeks after the red one , Chris Moore did a awesome job on my bike the only prob I ran into is my check engine light came on soon as he got done he told me to drive it around and it should go off it never did .
Did your engine light, ever turn off ?
 

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Oh a lot of different, the first run just to get the ECU flashed and get a baseline number , change pretty much everything any bolt on they offer , then I used affordable Motorsports in Dalton GA we messed with it for 3 days first day was raining and we pulled 186 the last day was hot as hell and pulled 183 I think he's Dyno is a little high I would say on a true Dyno number should be around 176-178ish
 

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What was the ‘before’ number on the generous dyno compared to the ‘after’ number on the seemingly more conservative Moore dyno?
 

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if the first run was at Moore with 167 and I dyno tune in Dalton at 183-186 how the hell would the final number be at Moore ?
 

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The final number at Moore will give a good idea of how optimistic the Dalton dyno is if you compare the final Moore to the before Dalton number.
 
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