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Trouble with these 2 graphs is both base readings are significantly different, there is up to a 10bhp difference. Either one bike is a lot better than the other or the dynos have been calibrated very different.
The only real useful bit of information to me is the dip in torque between 4500-6000k

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Trouble with these 2 graphs is both base readings are significantly different, there is up to a 10bhp difference. Either one bike is a lot better than the other or the dynos have been calibrated very different.
The only real useful bit of information to me is the dip in torque between 4500-6000k

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Right. You cannot compare dyno sheets of different bikes on different dynos. But a comparison to a baseline is totally valid.
 

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Right. You cannot compare dyno sheets of different bikes on different dynos. But a comparison to a baseline is totally valid.
That only compares them to the bike before they changed, are the bikes the same before hand? ie filters, 02 eliminator, booster plug, pcv?
I'm not trying to argue just trying to point out that one may have inflated figures, wouldn't be the first time, after all its big money at stake

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That only compares them to the bike before they changed, are the bikes the same before hand? ie filters, 02 eliminator, booster plug, pcv?
I'm not trying to argue just trying to point out that one may have inflated figures, wouldn't be the first time, after all its big money at stake

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Yeah. Who knows if they are really being honest. For the record, the graph I shared from Arrow was supposedly a 100% stock bike and the only difference was the Arrow system.
 

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Are those rizoma signals? Are they bright in daylight enough to be noticed by cagers?


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Yes. They are extremely bright and I chose these particular fronts because they throw light to the sides as well.
 

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What year GSXR block off plates did you use on your engine?
They are Driven brand plates model DSBLOCK-1. Fits 01-08 GSXR 1000 and others as well.
 

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did you simply install the exhaust? did you need any other parts or mods? no mapping? will this exhaust work fine if we just want to slap it on and ride off with it?
 

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did you simply install the exhaust? did you need any other parts or mods? no mapping? will this exhaust work fine if we just want to slap it on and ride off with it?
Yes, that is possible. The kit includes the servo block plate so no eliminator plug is needed. Also the bike seemed to run fine without any fuel changes but I suspect it runs a little lean from the factory and possibly leaner with the pipe installed. Is it dangerously lean? I couldn't say.
 

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hey where did you get the pair eliminator plug? and what other bikes does it fit? i have the plates but no plug to plug into stock wiring harness to get rid of fi light
 

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just got mine, all the parts seem to be there, but they didn't seem to give me the manual. I'm getting the install done by someone else so wanted to have that for him. did yours come with it?
 

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how easy is it to get to the servo motor???
It only took me around 10 minutes to get the servo motor out. The key is to disassemble it while it's still in the bike, then pull it out in pieces around the shock. No problem if you have someone aiming a flashlight in there so you can see where the bolts are that you need to remove.
 

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my guy is taking apart the gas tank and swingarm, I checked with CS Racing and they said the same thing, tank and rear damper wtv that meant
 

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Naked&Afraid;262657 said:
my guy is taking apart the gas tank and swingarm, I checked with CS Racing and they said the same thing, tank and rear damper wtv that meant
No need to do any of that... A huge waste of time
 

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well it's done now, but to put the servo motor back he had to have more space, and he already has bloody hands lol

now I know it's all put back together nice & tight hahah
 
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