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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 05-07-2006, 01:27 PM Thread Starter
 
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pc111 worth it?

Hey guys i have an 03 rr with two bros exhaust and k&n air filter. I was wornding if you would recomend getting a pc111. Can u actually feel a difference in power. And do they even make a map for two bros.
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do a search buddy this question has been asked umpteen times...
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get it. the biggest difference is how smooth it make the bike feel
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yeah, it makes it difference. My dad had his bike dyno makes a huge differnce

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I would say get the PCIII not the pc111 haha j/k it will be worth it.
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Here's the map, yeah its worth it, and yeah this questions been posted a bunch....
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Thanks dudes, sry about the post.I will serch next time!
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100% worth doing.
You will lose all the dips in power if you have it dyno tuned.

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I think you can feel somewhat of a difference but I have not rode my bike enough since I installed it to tell... Also I installed it with Velocity stacks so I am sure some of the feel is going to be from that as well.

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you feel a difference not only in power, but in throttle response... it gets better. My RR has surprised me with several power wheelies in 1st after I put mine in, and I have a totally stock bike otherwise!
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