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Old 08-19-2007, 09:50 PM   #1
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what would be the best mods for this bike yosi slip on or full exhaust? d&d,scorpion, hindel ?powercomander or tre?
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of course, a full exhaust would be better than a slip on....

but for a noticable difference......i would suggest getting the power commander.

as for exhaust...Leo Vince gets my vote....i had d&d on my 1000rr......and it got annoying after a while. If i had to get an exhaust that you listed....i would get the yoshi.
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i would go with a yoshi its sounds really good
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I don't know if you really need a full system on a liter bike. If not then I like the Laser slip on; but that is my personal taste.
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as Racer x said, if you haven't already done so, try to improve your ability to become one with your machine by learning how to better ride it. This a priceless upgrade.
i would agree with yall on this.but as i was asking what was a good mod such as exhaust type ,because everyone loves to hear a good sounding bike and if your going to invest in exhaust why not get the best for your bike. and as for the tre or a powercomander is it not needed for the fuel injection?if it was carburated you would need to rejet? maybe the stock fuel injection will make up for the change of the new exhaust.
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i would agree with yall on this.but as i was asking what was a good mod such as exhaust type ,because everyone loves to hear a good sounding bike and if your going to invest in exhaust why not get the best for your bike. and as for the tre or a powercomander is it not needed for the fuel injection?if it was carburated you would need to rejet? maybe the stock fuel injection will make up for the change of the new exhaust.
becuase for the price of an exhaust, you can do a trackday or 2-3

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so what does this have to do with this thread?
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so what does this have to do with this thread?
you asked what would be the best mods for the bike. a mod would be leanring to ride the bike better is all he's saying.
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you asked what would be the best mods for the bike. a mod would be leanring to ride the bike better is all he's saying.
oh yea why didn't i think of that.
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cuz your more interested in how you look/sound vs how you ride.........
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Full system; I've had good results on that bike with Akrapovic, M4, Yoshimura and Leo Vince.
Add a PCIII, some BMC air filters and modify the air box and it will really pick up noticeably.

As far as suspension, Race Tech the front and Ohlins in the rear.

Brakes are easy, add some steel lines and you're there.
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Full system; I've had good results on that bike with Akrapovic, M4, Yoshimura and Leo Vince.
Add a PCIII, some BMC air filters and modify the air box and it will really pick up noticeably.

As far as suspension, Race Tech the front and Ohlins in the rear.

Brakes are easy, add some steel lines and you're there.
thanks patrick , i should of just went straight to you. that is what i really wanted to know.
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usually the stock fuel injection can be adjusted if whoever is doing the tuning has the right tools and dyno to do it correctly, but whats good about the power comander is that you dont need fancy tools to adjust it, and theres a bunch of different maps available, and theres gonna be atleast one that will get you close enough to full potential that you wouldnt even realize that it wasnt at its potential
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