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post #1 of 44 Old 07-03-2016, 01:40 PM Thread Starter
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Talking CS Racing Full Exhaust

With limited options for full exhausts, I decided to give the CS Racing exhaust a shot. Package showed up just over 2 weeks after ordering from Brazil. Build quality, welds and fitment were spot on. Included in the box is the exhaust, cover, springs, thread lock, baffle, machined aluminum servo motor replacement disc and a plug for the welded bung if you choose not to use the factory O2 sensor.
I picked up a HealTech Exhaust Servo Eliminator so I removed the factory servo and cables all together. I also removed the factory PAIR valve and installed Driven Racing block off plates and PAIR eliminator plug to prevent FI light.

All parts were bubble wrapped and packaged very well as you can see in the top of the first pic..


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Block off plates installed. The eliminator plug goes in to the blue connector



Assembled to check fitment



Headers and collector installed first

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Radiator bolted back up



Complete with the fairings still removed



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I couldn't be happier. Deep rumble at idle and cruising speed but really wakes up if you throttle it. PCV goes on this weekend. Between the new exhaust and new suspension, it feels like a new bike all over again.

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Couple revs after warmed up
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Wow, I am impressed! Are you planning to do a custom dyno tune once the pc comes?
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Possibly. Feels like it's starving a little in the lower RPM's if that makes sense. I'll probably run the map from Dynojet for a couple weeks and see how it does.

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That looks good mate, I like that exhaust,
mine was very lean down in the low revs, even with the pcv map and a standard exhaust, now its mapped its lovely and smooth,
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looks great! Nice departure from your typical "can".
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If you get a chance you should please post a dyno run. Too late now for a before and after run


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That is a wicked looking & sounding exhaust!
Where did you get it from?

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