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Old 05-16-2013, 09:31 AM   #41
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I do have the same issue but doesn't bother me as bad as you but maybe its not as bad. It was all after the slip on exhaust. Waiting to get PCV to see if it helps. Doesnt bother me too much though.
What slip on do you have?
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Sure, I've been called a xenophobe, but the truth is, I'm not. I honestly just feel that America is the best country and the other countries aren't as good. That used to be called patriotism.

yeah. I thought it'd be like riding with a condescending rossi.
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Old 05-16-2013, 09:40 AM   #43
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Dont get the octane booster. It wont help a thing
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Old 05-16-2013, 09:58 AM   #44
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Pc5 will definitely help the issue. Although I would suggest reflashing the ecu. You get the most out of ur bike performance.
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its in the works who did you use to reflash your ECU?

Did you use a standard map on the PC? Or dyno? or did you pay the extra for autotune which I do not want to do?
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Old 05-16-2013, 10:43 AM   #46
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Do yourself a favor and take it to a shop. You could be chasing that gremlin for a long time. Surging can be caused by so many things.
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its in the works who did you use to reflash your ECU?

Did you use a standard map on the PC? Or dyno? or did you pay the extra for autotune which I do not want to do?
Ecu Unleash is probably the safest way to go.. motomummy offers it
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Pc5 will definitely help the issue. Although I would suggest reflashing the ecu. You get the most out of ur bike performance.
PC5 is 400 hundred dollars, the problems not that bad.
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Ecu Unleash is probably the safest way to go.. motomummy offers it
how much would the Ecu unleash be?
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Do yourself a favor and take it to a shop. You could be chasing that gremlin for a long time. Surging can be caused by so many things.
Probably will, bikes still under warranty so will see what they say.
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I do have the same issue but doesn't bother me as bad as you but maybe its not as bad. It was all after the slip on exhaust. Waiting to get PCV to see if it helps. Doesnt bother me too much though.
Im does not bother me too much, I just wanted to know if its a common problem and if there are anyways to resolve it. Because the bike came with the slip on I do not know if it ran the same before with the stock pipe. The main reason im concerned now is that I have entered corners in the rev range, and its not fun knowing that bike might lunge while at a lean. I really try to avoid it but it still happens sometimes, but for normal riding I don't mind which is what I do most of the time anyway.
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$400? Where did you see this? Its usually half of that. Now, the ecu reflash is around 400 but you have the option of changing various settings not just fuel Pc5 is just piggybacking....in conclusion, if ur doing trackdays often, ecu reflash is the way to go.
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$400? Where did you see this? Its usually half of that. Now, the ecu reflash is around 400 but you have the option of changing various settings not just fuel Pc5 is just piggybacking....in conclusion, if ur doing trackdays often, ecu reflash is the way to go.
On Power Commanders websites they have it at $380, yes I know you can get it a little to a lot cheaper but again if im going to spend the money on something right now its going to probably be a helmet. Also as for the track I only plan to do a few, not get real serious about racing
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On Power Commanders websites they have it at $380, yes I know you can get it a little to a lot cheaper but again if im going to spend the money on something right now its going to probably be a helmet. Also as for the track I only plan to do a few, not get real serious about racing
Oh cool. Yeah if u need parts or gear holler at me. I can proly help you out with some good deals. :thumbup:
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Oh cool. Yeah if u need parts or gear holler at me. I can proly help you out with some good deals. :thumbup:
I will, Thanks
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1st or 2nd gear right? Clears up passed that rpm range?

Slip on with no pcv
This, but it happens in all gears for me. I have had a total of 3 09 zx6r's (2 currently), all w/M4 GP s/o. They all have what I call a "flat spot" between 9-10k, but I just push through it. Prior to installing the s/o on the first bike, it was stock, and did not do that. It is definitely due to the s/o, bc of the change (at least for the M4 GP, I had to remove the mid-pipe thing, no it's not the cat--that's in the headers on this bike).
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This, but it happens in all gears for me. I have had a total of 3 09 zx6r's (2 currently), all w/M4 GP s/o. They all have what I call a "flat spot" between 9-10k, but I just push through it. Prior to installing the s/o on the first bike, it was stock, and did not do that. It is definitely due to the s/o, bc of the change (at least for the M4 GP, I had to remove the mid-pipe thing, no it's not the cat--that's in the headers on this bike).
Okay so I did another run. I turn off the PCV and ran 9-10k.This time I actually noticed that "flat spot" ur talking about. Donte, the cheapest way to fix it is to get a PCV man.

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I should of told you when i said "i had no Issues with the surge" prior to that I changed to slip on and installed the pc5 as well.
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This, but it happens in all gears for me. I have had a total of 3 09 zx6r's (2 currently), all w/M4 GP s/o. They all have what I call a "flat spot" between 9-10k, but I just push through it. Prior to installing the s/o on the first bike, it was stock, and did not do that. It is definitely due to the s/o, bc of the change (at least for the M4 GP, I had to remove the mid-pipe thing, no it's not the cat--that's in the headers on this bike).
ok, good to know that im not the only one experiencing the problem, and im glad its fixable.
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Okay so I did another run. I turn off the PCV and ran 9-10k.This time I actually noticed that "flat spot" ur talking about. Donte, the cheapest way to fix it is to get a PCV man.

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I should of told you when i said "i had no Issues with the surge" prior to that I changed to slip on and installed the pc5 as well.
Its cool, I just need the PC its on the to do list.
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