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Jardine RT one owners / no p.c.

Hi Fella's , Iv'e just ordered the Jardine rt 1 race baffle for my 04 RR from Rider's Inc. I just would like to know if I should expect any ill affects from running this pipe without it having a p.c. with a custom map ? I guess my main concern would be if there is any abrupted on / off throttle response, fuel economy , etc. ? I do plan on adding a p.c. with a custom map for my bike when the cash is available. Oh yeah , can you notice the weight savings with this slip on ? thanks
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im running it with no pc.. to me, its just something that makes my bike louder and i love it. didnt notice the weight difference. no real ill effects except for the farting/pop sounds it makes when letting off at high rpms.. to stop it, remove the flatulencer.
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the weight diffrence you notice as soon as you take your stock one off and place in the new slip on. i dont think you will feel much while on the motorcycle (weight).
power wise if feels a little stronger, but i think it may be more of an illusion with the sound. you dont need custom map for a slip on..... maybe if you had a filter, custom map may be an advantage. just with a slip on alone.. you will be just fine.

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the power gain is not a illusion. it is very real by opening up the pipe you allow it to breath better and you will make more power. no ill effects except i have heard that it can turn your tail light yellow. i didnt do this to mine but i have heard of it doing this.
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the power gain is not a illusion. it is very real by opening up the pipe you allow it to breath better and you will make more power. no ill effects except i have heard that it can turn your tail light yellow. i didnt do this to mine but i have heard of it doing this.
well compared to the sproket conversion.... i didnt feel much diffrence besides noise. i wish i could have dyno before and after.... that would have been ideal.

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ive got a 03 RR and a jardine CF race baffle on mine. i cant say ive noticed any performace gains/loss/problems because this is my first bike. everytings fine so far with 6k miles on the pipe
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You won't truly feel the diff if you granny shift every gear at 3000 rpm like BlackIce . . . . . hahahaha, . . . but once your up in the happy zone 10, 11, 12,000 rpm's then you'll feel a different moto completely. . . . . .

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well compared to the sproket conversion.... i didnt feel much diffrence besides noise. i wish i could have dyno before and after.... that would have been ideal.
not tryin to pick on you ice but there is no horse power gain from a sprocket change. dont think that i dont know what you are talking about. i just ordered my 520 conversion and new sprockets and i cant wait to see how big of a difference it makes. but to even try and compare this with anyhorse power gain from any add on is not justified. with the sprocket change you are changing the gear ratio of the bike. huge difference
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For those whose taillight turned yellow, is there any way to clean it up and get rid of the yellowness of the light?
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im running it with no pc.. to me, its just something that makes my bike louder and i love it. didnt notice the weight difference. no real ill effects except for the farting/pop sounds it makes when letting off at high rpms.. to stop it, remove the flatulencer.
It's ok to remove the flatulencer but be sure not to mess with the flux capaciter. Your bike will get really messed up if you do.


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not tryin to pick on you ice but there is no horse power gain from a sprocket change. dont think that i dont know what you are talking about. i just ordered my 520 conversion and new sprockets and i cant wait to see how big of a difference it makes. but to even try and compare this with anyhorse power gain from any add on is not justified. with the sprocket change you are changing the gear ratio of the bike. huge difference

He does know there's no gain in HP. He's referring to getting the dyno before and after the slip on install to see any and diff at all.

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not tryin to pick on you ice but there is no horse power gain from a sprocket change. dont think that i dont know what you are talking about. i just ordered my 520 conversion and new sprockets and i cant wait to see how big of a difference it makes. but to even try and compare this with anyhorse power gain from any add on is not justified. with the sprocket change you are changing the gear ratio of the bike. huge difference
i did not start to ride a moto yesterday ? hahahaha... the sprocket change give the moto more power where it needs it. OBVIOUSLY changing the gear diffrence!!! i was just comparing a diffrence in the motorcycle from the exhaust and sprocket. there is a much bigger diffrence changing a sprocket than just adding a slip on. i am not talking about HP... i am just talking about a change in how the motorcycle feels.

i hope you enjoy your 520 conversion.... tell me how much faster your lap times are with it ? lol

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i did not start to ride a moto yesterday ? hahahaha... the sprocket change give the moto more power where it needs it. OBVIOUSLY changing the gear diffrence!!! i was just comparing a diffrence in the motorcycle from the exhaust and sprocket. there is a much bigger diffrence changing a sprocket than just adding a slip on. i am not talking about HP... i am just talking about a change in how the motorcycle feels.

i hope you enjoy your 520 conversion.... tell me how much faster your lap times are with it ? lol
lol i will let you know. especially when i get my stacks and a custom map
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here we go again with the flatulencer bs
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