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PCIII maps: slip-on vs. full exhaust question

i was just looking through the maps for the slip on exhaust and the maps for the full exhausts for 2006 600RR. i noticed that the one for the slip on exhaust (and the stock exhaust for that matter) run more fuel than the full exhaust maps. i always thought that full exhausts get more air flow so i would think that the PC would throw more fuel with the full exhausts, but it's quite the opposite. anyone have any ideas or insights as to why that is? i'm confused.
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i was just looking through the maps for the slip on exhaust and the maps for the full exhausts for 2006 600RR. i noticed that the one for the slip on exhaust (and the stock exhaust for that matter) run more fuel than the full exhaust maps. i always thought that full exhausts get more air flow so i would think that the PC would throw more fuel with the full exhausts, but it's quite the opposite. anyone have any ideas or insights as to why that is? i'm confused.
There is a LOT of common Mis-conception on how a bike runs after Exhaust mod.
But, have no doubt.

If DJ maps show the bike needs MORE or LESS fuel for XYZ Exhaust mod.
Then it's FACT.
They know what they are doing, and they have over 15 years experience with DYNO, and Maps.

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