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Offline Meguerra

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Re: Tune for exhaust?
« Reply #10 on: January 09, 2019, 08:43:28 PM »
Okay I see now. Not familiar with Rapid Bike (RB) stuff. So had you spent more time playing with the MyTuningBike you could have fixed the lower rpm issue?

 I plan on doing before and after dyno runs with Attack Performance in Huntington Beach CA. I will soon be installing a full Arrow Evo shorty along with Driven Racing engine block off plates, Sprint P08 air filter, Bazzaz ZiFi F1090 fuel controller,  Bazzaz Z-AFM 4.9 auto mapper and the AIT relocation kit on my '16.

Offline Not_A_S1000r

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Re: Tune for exhaust?
« Reply #11 on: January 11, 2019, 08:20:06 PM »
Update: I went ahead and purchased my Arrow full exhaust and rapid bike evo tuner. will update on how everything goes. thanks for the guidance

Offline MrVerceti

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Re: Tune for exhaust?
« Reply #12 on: January 11, 2019, 09:08:05 PM »
I went the cheap route and decided to get a danmoto link pipe, essentially to get rid of the cat and make it full system. I had a horrible experience.  Anything below 3500RPM was jerky. The torque was gone in the mid range as well. I bought a bazzaz unit but never got around to fit it. I went back to stock and i couldn't be happier. Torque, throttle response, and general smoothness came back. I also didnt like the idea of there being fault codes when running the bazzaz and link pipe. My 2 cents.

 


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