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|07-02-2007, 06:29 PM||#1|
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Experience: 10+ years
07 ninja 650r ---- sold -----
06 gsxr 600
09 ninja 2 fiddy
1991 gsxr ,,1100 plus
2006 wee strom
new pipe need help
first time to play with a injected bike i added a 2 brothers slip on pipe to my 07 nija 650r do i need a power programer ? could i be running so lean to screw somthing up ?
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|07-02-2007, 07:34 PM||#2|
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I'd recommend one, not because the bike is running lean, but because it will run rich in the mid-range.
Typically on fuel injected bikes, the sensors in the system detect more air. How much air though is typically outside of the parameters they were written for, therefore they actually dump too much fuel, particularly in the mid-range.
Give me a shout tomorrow and I can help you out, I've got a lot of experience with the 650r.
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