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Learning Everything about Dyno and Power Commanders and Aftermarket Exhausts!

Hey guys,

I have been doing some research on this forum because I have an aftermarket Exhaust and I'am thinking about putting it on this winter but I heard it needed to be dyno'd after and you need a power Commander

Now I don't have alot of experience working on bikes but I intend to do all of this myself and I'm jus wondering if the PC and Dyno are necessary. I mean what if you don't get afterfires or Backfires and she runs smoothly? And in terms of the Power Commander, I know it helps with fuel delivery but is it really worth the $$ to put in with the aftermarket exhaust?

If you guys could just give me some info on this I would like to do it right and do it well.

EVen if you just link me to some threads on here I may have missed that would help me alot. Thanks.


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Hey guys,

I have been doing some research on this forum because I have an aftermarket Exhaust and I'am thinking about putting it on this winter but I heard it needed to be dyno'd after and you need a power Commander

Now I don't have alot of experience working on bikes but I intend to do all of this myself and I'm jus wondering if the PC and Dyno are necessary. I mean what if you don't get afterfires or Backfires and she runs smoothly? And in terms of the Power Commander, I know it helps with fuel delivery but is it really worth the $$ to put in with the aftermarket exhaust?

If you guys could just give me some info on this I would like to do it right and do it well.



EVen if you just link me to some threads on here I may have missed that would help me alot. Thanks.

if you dont get the pc, and the dyno tune, you just basically wasted how ever much more a full kit costs vs just a slipon really

yea, you will still gain a bit, but nothing percentage wise compared to what it could / should be.


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but if I don't do any of those will I loose fuel economy or will my bike after/back fire?


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you don't need to get a power commander and a tune even with a full exhaust. It is recommended so you can get all the power it produces but it's not like it's going to damage your bike

My friend has a VFR 800 and he drove it fine for over 3 month without a power commander or tune. But if you have the money then do the power commander and the tune that way you'll use all the power

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so if im just doing it for sound, there is no need for a pc? might just be me but everyone that just ride on the streets really need that extra hp from a tune because they all redline and race to every light? hahaha
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here is the kicker. if your running too lean and it's lean enough you can blow your engine very quickly. If it's just a bit too lean then yes over time you will damage your engine and lose power. Also when you install a full exhaust without a fuel controller 9 times out of 10 you lose power in most places. Why do it incorrectly and lose power and risk damaging your engine because it's too lean? This is with a full exhaust.

With most slipons if you don't remove the cat then you'll be okay without a fuel controller. If it removes the cat then you're in a gray area where you might need a fuel controller or you might not. Catch is, the only way to tell is to pay 300 for a dyno session or you can buy a fuel controller to play it safe. If it is lean normally it's not by a lot so you won't damage the engine right away, but over time there is a good possibility you might. Nobody can tell you though if you need a fuel controller or not w/o a dyno session though (which costs the same as a fuel controller).
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here is the kicker. if your running too lean and it's lean enough you can blow your engine very quickly. If it's just a bit too lean then yes over time you will damage your engine and lose power. Also when you install a full exhaust without a fuel controller 9 times out of 10 you lose power in most places. Why do it incorrectly and lose power and risk damaging your engine because it's too lean? This is with a full exhaust.

With most slipons if you don't remove the cat then you'll be okay without a fuel controller. If it removes the cat then you're in a gray area where you might need a fuel controller or you might not. Catch is, the only way to tell is to pay 300 for a dyno session or you can buy a fuel controller to play it safe. If it is lean normally it's not by a lot so you won't damage the engine right away, but over time there is a good possibility you might. Nobody can tell you though if you need a fuel controller or not w/o a dyno session though (which costs the same as a fuel controller).
So what your saying is that I basically need to get a pc and dyno anyway just to play it safe.

alright well what about in terms of exhausts, I've heard and read alot of mixed reviews on the aftermarket exhaust I have (Hyperflo exhaust) I've heard it on Youtube and such but in terms of people who have dyno'd it or anything like that.. not to much.. so... I might end up having to buy a different one.

Plus not to mention the fender eliminator kit that it comes with is pretty fugly (******* ugly),and I'm thinking about getting the Tripage one, so..... god dam I'm not sure what I should do yet. I really don't want to have to buy another after market exhaust but if it's a piece it's a piece, and the kicker is I didn't buy it for the bike, when I bought the bike from the previous owner he gave it to me with the bike so.. we'll see.


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if you get a PC you will have to get it dyno. i dont remember seeing a hyperflo on PC list of MAPS

with other systems you can just load a preset map PC created for that exhaust without a dyno
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well then I should sell that hyperflo and get the tripage FE and then just throw a PC in and away I go.


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or you can save yourself a WACK of money and go with a better fuel system like a Bazzaz with Auto tuner.
Give me a shout if you want to go that route :)
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I'm looking at a used 03 w yoshi exhaust and a pc, how can i tell if it has been tuned properly and what kind of power over stock does it typically yield?
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I think from what everyone has been telling me, is that a dyno is the only way.. but I'm not for sure.


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I think from what everyone has been telling me, is that a dyno is the only way.. but I'm not for sure.

A dyno is the only way with a PCIII :)

But with other fuel managment systems there are other options for ya
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you don't need to get a power commander and a tune even with a full exhaust. It is recommended so you can get all the power it produces but it's not like it's going to damage your bike

My friend has a VFR 800 and he drove it fine for over 3 month without a power commander or tune. But if you have the money then do the power commander and the tune that way you'll use all the power



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well you dont have to dyno if the PC has a map for your system
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well you dont have to dyno if the PC has a map for your system

except for the fact that every bike is different and I've never heard of anyone, including myself, that has ever found a map on their website that makes my bike run right.
Their maps are good baselines for Dynotuners, and better then no map at all... but defiantly not good one bit...
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lol god dammit it just keeps getting more and more expensive....

I need to find some prices on an akra slip-on and a two bro's slip-on

that exhaust info thread with weight reductions and etc. definitely helps but i'm just trying to figure out how much all this is going to run me.


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lol god dammit it just keeps getting more and more expensive....

i'm just trying to figure out how much all this is going to run me.
Dude i hear ya...ive been looking into getting a Jardine RT-1 carbon S/O, with PCIII for sometime....thinking thats all i need but i keep hearing everybody saying do the dyno, and others not...thought that a PC with the correct map would be enough but its looking like not......im frustrated right along with ya!
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Dude i hear ya...ive been looking into getting a Jardine RT-1 carbon S/O, with PCIII for sometime....thinking thats all i need but i keep hearing everybody saying do the dyno, and others not...thought that a PC with the correct map would be enough but its looking like not......im frustrated right along with ya!

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Dude it all depends on what you are going to do with the bike. If you are just cruising the streets, there really is no reason for a full system other than bragging rights. Just put your slipon on it and enjoy the sound.
If you want/need to get every little bit of power out of it, a pcv or bazzaz is the way to go.
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lol looks like down the line i'll be going with the bazzaz and the either akra slipon or two bros, most likely akra.

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lol looks like down the line i'll be going with the bazzaz and the either akra slipon or two bros, most likely akra.

sideroad you dog you :P :D

lol don't blame me for all of us showing you the light :)
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ha ha, hey though here's a little concern I have to ask you about there sideroad since you also live in Canada

Come january there's a new law being passed and apparently it's in terms of the loudness of exhausts and I'm planning on getting the akra. Now am I going to get ticketed? also with the tripage tail light I don't have my signals sticking out from the bike... so is that also going to cause me to get ticketed?


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