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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-26-2019, 05:55 PM Thread Starter
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Put my bike on the dyno, 105.6hp to the wheel and is running perfect!


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nice,

do you have a mod list? I see an aftermarket slip-on, but thats it.

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do you have a mod list? I see an aftermarket slip-on, but thats it.


Arrow headers and akra slip on, k&n intake and pc3 tune.


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Get PCV and PCV ignition module fuels only one part of the tuning process. Ignition module advances and retards your timing to match your fuel map. Upgrade your coil packs and keep fresh plugs in it. Get the valves adjusted with 3 thousandth of an inch tighter on intake and exhaust side, squeezes a few extra HP out by improving air/fuel intake flow and pushes more exhaust out and run 100 octane fuel it will run like a beast

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Get PCV and PCV ignition module fuels only one part of the tuning process. Ignition module advances and retards your timing to match your fuel map. Upgrade your coil packs and keep fresh plugs in it. Get the valves adjusted with 3 thousandth of an inch tighter on intake and exhaust side, squeezes a few extra HP out by improving air/fuel intake flow and pushes more exhaust out and run 100 octane fuel it will run like a beast


Thatís a little much for street riding lmao. I was thinking of getting upgraded velocity stacks though but again I donít really need it.


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Get PCV and PCV ignition module fuels only one part of the tuning process. Ignition module advances and retards your timing to match your fuel map. Upgrade your coil packs and keep fresh plugs in it. Get the valves adjusted with 3 thousandth of an inch tighter on intake and exhaust side, squeezes a few extra HP out by improving air/fuel intake flow and pushes more exhaust out and run 100 octane fuel it will run like a beast


And the bike already runs like a beast, instead of pc 5 can I do a ecu flash tune instead?


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