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Offline YtseJam

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Aftermarket Exhaust Retuning Necessary?
« on: September 24, 2012, 11:22:18 pm »
I tried as long as I could and had to ditch the bazooka....I lasted a week, so I was pretty proud of that. :beerchug: I went with the new Two Brothers M5 Carbon Fiber slip-on. I know with many newer bikes, the computer will compensate for the less restrictive exhaust without having to install a PC, Juicebox, etc....unless you really want to custom map the bike. What's the general rule for the Connie?

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Re: Aftermarket Exhaust Retuning Necessary?
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2012, 11:41:31 pm »
Using the software from the power commander website, open up graphs showing the standard maps for with and without your slipon. There is little difference. I had a custom map dyno on my 2008, they leaned it out even more. It ran just fine before. I would spend the money on a new Russell Day Long seat instead. But, most people, even Harley owners, go for the Power Commander. Enjoy whatever you get!

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Re: Aftermarket Exhaust Retuning Necessary?
« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2012, 12:58:26 am »
Kinda what I figured, just got this so I'm still on the learning curve. Power is just fine thank you. :) Appreciate it!