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post #1 of 19 Old 07-14-2018, 01:40 AM Thread Starter
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Decat and muffler delete - O2 delete

Added pics of decat below
1 down on front sprocket last week
Flash tune self tune package next.

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I have done the CAT and collector box delete on mine, -1 on the front, +2 on the back and the Woolich Autotune kit.
Have disabled the SET valve and have removed the PAIR system (put in block off plates).
Currently running a DNA air filter.

Plan on sorting the suspension next and get things resprung to my weight.

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No pics but that's what she got.
1 down on front sprocket last week
Flash tune self tune package next.
What do you mean by the flashtune self tune package?

I had Flashtune before and changed to Woolich because Flash tune didn't offer any sort of autotune system and still don't as far as i can see
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What do you mean by the flashtune self tune package?

I had Flashtune before and changed to Woolich because Flash tune didn't offer any sort of autotune system and still don't as far as i can see
I mean stand alone as in I can tune it.. not auto tune.
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Updated with pics... sounds great with stock can but amazing on the howl with the Yoshi

+2 on rear sprocket -1 upfront,, was a blast but just that bit too much so reverted to 17 front sprocket.

BTW - The Yoshi is still for sale even if it does sound sick... I just have to follow my original plan... much to Wifes dismay.
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Is this a custom pipe you used for the cat delete or is it the one off of eBay in the other thread?

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Custom pipe as wanted a clean job and requested my heat shield still be usable - they did a decent job I feel at a fair price.
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Custom pipe as wanted a clean job and requested my heat shield still be usable - they did a decent job I feel at a fair price.
The welds look very nice....all about the fitment and sound! Are you in the states and how much did you pay (if you don't mind me asking?)


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I am UK based - I paid 180 casheroo... dropped bike off, picked up next morning.. I thought it was fair.
It does sound amazing at WOT- roll off throttle is nice to.. Im happy but will change mufflers again at soem point as fancy an SC projects shorty
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I bought the dominator mid pipe. Did the cut with header on the bike, was fast and simple. Sound is perfect with set valve on and stock stinger. In the midst of retune of PCV. all done except, trouble tuning 2-3k rpm at 2-5 percent throttle, stumbles a bit there. Currently set at -5 per cent fueling best so far. A lot fatter in some places. Runs better (throttle response) every where, even low end. I’m happy as **** for the money invested. Will share map when I get it done. Goddamn rain here in Maryland is making me crazy.
Listen carefully!!!
You will have to remove cables to SET valve to cut. DO NOT TURN ON KEY until cables are back on!!!
The Healtech is on backorder everywhere!
Love where the sound is now! Little loud at idle, can alert traffic at stop light that you’re there, cruise is perfect, WOT is just right. Will need adjustment of mixture. PCV works great! Big change in the low end fueling needed!
Measure per the eBay add starting at the CENTER of the weld and it goes perfect!
You won’t be sorry if you do it!
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