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Old 03-25-2015, 08:38 PM   #21
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That actually eliminates the cat. You've got to hack it off with a saw and slip the y-pipe on and it's fully open. We did it to a buddy's r6 and his dumb hasn't gotten a tune in over 10k miles.
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That actually eliminates the cat. You've got to hack it off with a saw and slip the y-pipe on and it's fully open. We did it to a buddy's r6 and his dumb hasn't gotten a tune in over 10k miles.
Man, I am willing to bet OP will be able to ride really fast in a straight line after this mod
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considering you don't know what kind of "power commander" would be best for your bike I would recommend nothing that would make a really fast bike faster.

If you're at the point where you can ride it 100% to its ability I would recommend bazzaz because they control all 8 injectors out of the box vs PCV that requires a SFM to achieve the same feat.
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Ive been riding dirt bikes my whole life and this is my first street bike, so im not 100% sure on what I should get! ive been on my r6 for a year now and you can ask the group of people I ride with that im a good rider, not the best by any means but I can keep up! just because i don't know a lot about bikes doesn't mean I don't know how to ride! it was just a question no reason to be dicks about it!
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No worries buddy- most guys on here really are looking out for you.

And many complete newbs (who are most often the ones hurting themselves) ask similar questions. And for those riders- learning about the bike before you mod it is good advice. Really, it's good advice for anyone. Google (A/F ratio) or (what is a fuel controller) and you will improve your understanding greatly.

Get a used pc3/5 if you're looking to save money. R6 are virtually unchanged from 06-15. Some slight tweaks, but ive used powercommander editions interchangeably.
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I understand that.. I just wasn't sure if there is a certain one that works on my bike or not so that's why I asked, im not doing it for the power im doing it cause I plan on taking the cat off and my friend says to do that I would need to get a power commander to tune it right so I don't up..
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I understand that.. I just wasn't sure if there is a certain one that works on my bike or not so that's why I asked, im not doing it for the power im doing it cause I plan on taking the cat off and my friend says to do that I would need to get a power commander to tune it right so I don't up..
You have nice friends. I wish my dumb buddy with an r6 would listen to me, but he is hard headed. You can look on Dynojets website for info on which model works best with your bike.
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I understand that.. I just wasn't sure if there is a certain one that works on my bike or not so that's why I asked, im not doing it for the power im doing it cause I plan on taking the cat off and my friend says to do that I would need to get a power commander to tune it right so I don't up..
PCV, Bazzaz ZFI, or an ECU Flash is going to work.

If the mid pipe has a bung, you can run dynojets autotune or Bazzaz's Z-AFM (need the fuel controller first though, the autotune and Z-AFM are add ons)

Reason why I would suggest Bazzaz is because it controls all 8 injectors out of the box vs the dynojet PCV that would require the $220 SFM to do the same.

A lot of people go with dynojet because they are usually easier to find someone to tune.

Just some things to consider before your purchase.
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at least after being a head he came back with good info. Still cant figure out the spelling comment though. Did I spell douchebaggery wrong? lol
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