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Anyone know where I can get a stainless cat delete pipe for my 09?
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This thread has all the info you need mate.

https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=476466

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It's black ceramic. I'd like to find a stainless if I could. Just because the pipe from my 2Bros slip on is stainless. Unless I get the stainless pipe sprayed black
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I have a stainless yoshi and the black decat pipe. Tbh the decat pipe is mostly hidden behind the rearset snd fairing, but I don't think it looks odd anyway.


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My bike is all black. Minus the pipe from the 2Bros slip on. I don't mind the cat delete you have on. Just Tryon to make my bike look pretty lol
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I have a stainless yoshi and the black decat pipe. Tbh the decat pipe is mostly hidden behind the rearset snd fairing, but I don't think it looks odd anyway.

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I had a stainless one on my '07, I'll try and find some pics
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I had a stainless one on my '07, I'll try and find some pics
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Why not get the MJS pipe and use some wet & dry to rub off the ceramic coating?

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It was custom made, gimme a bit and I'll look for pics
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Sorry man, no pics :/ another one is being made for my '12, so I'll take some pics of that one(next week)
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mjs performance is where I got mine. Worked for me
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Finally got it done, going to install it tomorrow or Saturday!
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Ya I ordered mine. Got slammed with duty charges thou :(


Gonna install the pipe on Thursday.
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Got my mjs pipe in. Can't wait to get this bad boy on. After that dyno and tune.


Here's a question thou. Is it bad to run the bike without tuning it? Pipe in going on Thursday but can't get on to the dyno to get tuned until next week.
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Got my mjs pipe in. Can't wait to get this bad boy on. After that dyno and tune.


Here's a question thou. Is it bad to run the bike without tuning it? Pipe in going on Thursday but can't get on to the dyno to get tuned until next week.

Do you have a pcV or similar installed already? If so, you can use one of the maps from the dynojet website. Try the closest map to your setup. Most maps for full system will be close. You could try a few and see which is smoothest until you can get on the dyno.

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Do you have a pcV or similar installed already? If so, you can use one of the maps from the dynojet website. Try the closest map to your setup. Most maps for full system will be close. You could try a few and see which is smoothest until you can get on the dyno.
I do have a PV5. Just noooooo clue how to adjust it. Right now it's set to my set up of K&N filter and 2Bros slip on.
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You can just use the cable that came with the pcV to upload the desired map into the unit. It's worth looking into as you really don't want to run the A/F ratio too lean.

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You can just use the cable that came with the pcV to upload the desired map into the unit. It's worth looking into as you really don't want to run the A/F ratio too lean.

Check YouTube or the dynojet website for video tutorials.
Hmmmm. Interesting. I don't have an extra wire with my PV5. I dont recall it coming with one anyways lol. The only wire I remember is the one main harness that's connected to the PV5
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Hmmmm. Interesting. I don't have an extra wire with my PV5. I dont recall it coming with one anyways lol. The only wire I remember is the one main harness that's connected to the PV5

This explains the procedure for loading downloaded maps.

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Ok so I had my mjs pipe installed. Sounds soooo much better now. BUUUUT here's a question it seems that where the mid pipe from my slip on meets the mjs cat delete pipe a little exhaust comes out the joint. I have the clamp on nice n tight but it's like the mjs pipe is a lil off on the bend. Just ever so slight. Any ideas?
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Make sure the joint is square. A little exhaust paste will help seal any gas leaks.

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Make sure the joint is square. A little exhaust paste will help seal any gas leaks.
It's as square as we can get it. It's just a lil pin hole size leak. So seal should help. Next dyno and custom tune.
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Well mjs cat delete pipe installed love the way my 2Bros slip on sounds and feels minus a pin hole leak where delete pipe meets slip on pipe. Nothing sealant wo t fix. Now it's time to get my bike dyno and tune/mapped.
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