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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-10-2014, 02:42 PM Thread Starter
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Hello FellowRiders,

I need some advice on whether it is recommended or necessary to get a fuel commander, if I have an aftermarket slip-on exhaust?? To be specific, I have the Two Bros V.A.L.E.™ Black Series M-2 Carbon Fiber Canister. Thanks!

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I come from the car tuning world, and in that world it is my experience that any simple exhaust change won't affect the A/F ratios nearly enough to require a fuel delivery change. Maybe if you had a full exhaust with no cats...
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Not necessary. A stock bike runs slightly rich, and a slip on will lean it out a bit. If you have a slip-on and aftermarket air filter, it is worth considering.

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there is no need to spend the extra but you could improve the fuelling with even the stock exhaust using a power commander.
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It's not required and won't improve drive ability much



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