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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-12-2013, 07:26 AM Thread Starter
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Do i require a Power Comannder?

Hello,

Working on a 2008 Honda CBr600RR.

If I changed the whole exhaust for a racing set up, so its straight-through system, will the ECU pick up the changes through the lambda sensor and make the appropriate adjustments to the air/fuel mixture? As I thought the stock ECU is able to pick these changes up through the oxygen sensor and make appropriate changes to the fuelling? Or is a new fuel controller like the DynoJet Power Commander needed? Would appreciate if you could help me. I had an 08 R6 and changed their whole exhaust system and the ECU did adjust, but Im not sure regarding the CBR?

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The stock ECU will not make any(enough) changes to the fueling - you will need either a piggyback unit or a flash. Also you must deal with the EGCV being removed.
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