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Re: Vance & Hines CSOne Black Finally Installed
« Reply #25 on: March 02, 2015, 04:21:08 am »
I wonder why some get deceleration pops after just putting a slip on in place of the stock muffler.

Over on the ZX14 forum, many put slip ons in place of stock, and none needed a PCV or flash, nor did they need air injection plugs. They didn't get deceleration pops either.

Wonder what the difference is?

When I put the Brock's Performance full CT-Duals exhaust system on my ZX14, I had no choice but to put a PowerCommander on and plug the air hole (plug provided by Brock). Even then I got deceleration pops until Jeffo did me a map with accelerator pump values that got rid of the deceleration pops pretty much. She still burbled big time under hard deceleration, just few if any pops.
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Re: Vance & Hines CSOne Black Finally Installed
« Reply #26 on: March 03, 2015, 03:36:17 pm »
I was told you had to flash the ECU or get a popping sound.  Is there anyone having that problem..  If so how did the clear it up and where did the get there ECU done. I am getting the VH exhaust also..

My C14 has a flash and I get a few popping sounds on decell with the CS1. I have the insert in and its nice and quiet for me. Just a bit more than stock.
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Re: Vance & Hines CSOne Black Finally Installed
« Reply #27 on: March 03, 2015, 03:38:58 pm »
I wonder why some get deceleration pops after just putting a slip on in place of the stock muffler.

Over on the ZX14 forum, many put slip ons in place of stock, and none needed a PCV or flash, nor did they need air injection plugs. They didn't get deceleration pops either.

Wonder what the difference is?

When I put the Brock's Performance full CT-Duals exhaust system on my ZX14, I had no choice but to put a PowerCommander on and plug the air hole (plug provided by Brock). Even then I got deceleration pops until Jeffo did me a map with accelerator pump values that got rid of the deceleration pops pretty much. She still burbled big time under hard deceleration, just few if any pops.

My ZX14 with the Akro slips on always had a single pop with a small flame that could be seen at night. Even stock ECU and with flies out and then added PC5. Since the most recent re-flash I have not noticed any pop.
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Re: Vance & Hines CSOne Black Finally Installed
« Reply #28 on: March 03, 2015, 03:55:07 pm »
I was told you had to flash the ECU or get a popping sound.  Is there anyone having that problem..  If so how did the clear it up and where did the get there ECU done. I am getting the VH exhaust also..

My C14 has a flash and I get a few popping sounds on decell with the CS1. I have the insert in and its nice and quiet for me. Just a bit more than stock.

Can I ask which insert? There seems to be a variety of them to choose from.
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Re: Vance & Hines CSOne Black Finally Installed
« Reply #29 on: March 03, 2015, 04:31:28 pm »
I was told you had to flash the ECU or get a popping sound.  Is there anyone having that problem..  If so how did the clear it up and where did the get there ECU done. I am getting the VH exhaust also..

My C14 has a flash and I get a few popping sounds on decell with the CS1. I have the insert in and its nice and quiet for me. Just a bit more than stock.
Mine is the stock one that came with the CS1

Can I ask which insert? There seems to be a variety of them to choose from.

Mine is the stock one that came with the CS1
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Re: Vance & Hines CSOne Black Finally Installed
« Reply #30 on: March 03, 2015, 04:33:06 pm »
I was told you had to flash the ECU or get a popping sound.  Is there anyone having that problem..  If so how did the clear it up and where did the get there ECU done. I am getting the VH exhaust also..

My C14 has a flash and I get a few popping sounds on decell with the CS1. I have the insert in and its nice and quiet for me. Just a bit more than stock.
Mine is the stock one that came with the CS1

Can I ask which insert? There seems to be a variety of them to choose from.

Mine is the stock one that came with the CS1

They don't come with an insert any more.  Only sold separtely, in several diameters.
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Re: Vance & Hines CSOne Black Finally Installed
« Reply #31 on: March 03, 2015, 06:21:31 pm »
Yup, I was asking if you knew which diameter insert you were using. I don't want to buy all of them in order to decide which I like.
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Re: Vance & Hines CSOne Black Finally Installed
« Reply #32 on: March 03, 2015, 07:09:18 pm »
Interesting, my CS1 has a small bolt on inside of the can near the tip,  what its holding? To me it looked like and insert, but maybe not? Now you make me want to look!  :beerchug:

Maybe it holds the chrome tip on the can?

I have silencers in the ZX14 akros that slip in and are secured with a small 5mm bolt
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Re: Vance & Hines CSOne Black Finally Installed
« Reply #33 on: March 03, 2015, 07:17:54 pm »
Pic from V&H;



Not sure if this is the exact one for the C14, as there are quite a few styles from VH.
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Re: Vance & Hines CSOne Black Finally Installed
« Reply #34 on: March 04, 2015, 12:00:30 pm »
I see nothing like that on my CS1 I bought months ago. I do think its just a bit louder than stock in most cases, although wind it up and get on it it does get louder, but I like it!!! Not so loud to disturb my neighbors when I LV for work in a few minutes.
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