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Old 07-21-2007, 08:22 PM   #1
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i am about to put on a M4 exauhst and i dont know if i sould get a power commander installed as well (is it a good idea, pros/cons) .. i will be taking the bike to the track every once and a while , but it will be on the street more. let me know what you think :icon_bigg
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Old 07-21-2007, 09:30 PM   #2
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I'd recommend it, the throttle response will be smoother and on / off transition throttle will be less choppy.
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need yalls thought... 07' GSXR 600

i am about to put on a M4 exauhst and i dont know if i sould get a power commander installed as well (is it a good idea, pros/cons) .. i will be taking the bike to the track every once and a while , but it will be on the street more. let me know what you think :icon_bigg

I would do it as it will lean the bike out in the lower rpms and richen it in the upper rpms. The pc3 will fix all that as well as make the fuelling much better (i.e. better throttle response).
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I have a 07 GSX R 750 and was going to put the full titanium system from M4 on as well as the power commander. But I was looking at the stock exhaust and it has an exhaust control valve. Does anybody know if the M4 system have provision for the exhaust control system or does it have to be eliminated?:dontknow:
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