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Old 12-27-2010, 11:41 PM   #1
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Question 09 r6 trying to slim down

So I just got a 09 R6 that's bone stock down to the factory fender. I know the body is very similar, but there was a frame change in 09 for the R6. Will frame sliders, integrateded tail light flush etc from a 06-07 R6 fit on my bike and wore correctly? also anyone have any exhaust advice. i know i wanna do full exhaust to get rid of the cat. more worried about gaining a horsepower or two then sound
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Old 12-27-2010, 11:54 PM   #2
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1 frame sliders will interchange
2 flush mounts interchange
3 taillight shaped a little differently but you can make it work

I run a full Leo and love it and you can find a full Leo Vince exhaust for 700 (new) at the moment.
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Old 01-01-2011, 01:20 AM   #3
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thanks man. i got the flush mounts and integrated installed and fell in love with my bike all over again. and thanks for the exhaust tip. i like Leo cuz they have a carbon option for the r6. i found a guy who "says" he'll give me a good deal on a bazzaz system. i been hear good things, some say up to 6hp gains. any other ideas on how to get more bottom/mid range? at high rpm's it gets no better then r6 for me, but after riding a triumph 675 and 636, i want that same response
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Old 01-01-2011, 02:42 AM   #4
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well your never gonna get the torque equal to those bikes, but a re gear is going to be the best option. -1 front +2 rear will help your bottom end some. Maybe a custom map as well. Fatten up the midrange a little bit with a PC or the like.
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Bear in mind, the 636 and 675 are larger sized engines. So naturally your gonna see a different in low/mid torque. Sprockets are an inexpensive option. I guess bazzaz is nice if you really need to spend that money burning a hole in your pocket. But if you want to be faster, go to the track and learn to be faster.
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well your never gonna get the torque equal to those bikes, but a re gear is going to be the best option. -1 front +2 rear will help your bottom end some. Maybe a custom map as well. Fatten up the midrange a little bit with a PC or the like.
+1 on a -1/+2 520 sprocket setup

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Bear in mind, the 636 and 675 are larger sized engines. So naturally your gonna see a different in low/mid torque. Sprockets are an inexpensive option. I guess bazzaz is nice if you really need to spend that money burning a hole in your pocket. But if you want to be faster, go to the track and learn to be faster.
+1 on hitting the track
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sprokets are a heck of an idea. and yea i know their beefier bikes, but i'd like to get the best outta what i got. and as for the bazzaz, like i said, hopefully im getting a of an deal.
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