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Old 09-26-2007, 03:41 PM   #1
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since there are so many different opinons....i have a 2003 honda cbr 954rr....i have heard differnt things about different bikes...i must admit i dont know jack about bike as far as mod and things of that nature...i brought my bike with the mods...full muzzy exhaust, power command that hasnt been mapped, and special lokking brake and clutch handles...i dont know what all this means....could some one giveme some insight please...

i have had it since june...
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Old 09-26-2007, 03:42 PM   #2
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oh yeah and the sprockets or changed also front and back...
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Go count the number of teeth on the back - then you can compare that to what would normally be stock.

Can't count the front teeth as easily, but I would guess that if the front has been changed, that it's -1.
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Don't know about the "locking brake and clutch handle" (are you talking about something on the controls or actually part of these sytems?)

You'll get a lot of varying feedback about the power commander and exhaust. I would want to get the commander mapped if it was my bike, because I think a full exhaust can throw your fuelling off.

You can either get a 'canned' map that is designed generically for your application off the internet, or you can take it to a shop with a dyno and have a custom map made.

custom map = more $ but also = best tune.
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Oh, more teeth in the back = better acceleration, loss of top end speed. Same thing for fewer in the front.

Fewer teeth in the back = slower acceleration, higher top speed.

Too few teeth in the front can cause for rapid chain wear. If you're sprockets have been changed as well, know that aluminum ones are lighter but will wear faster, while steelies are heavier but last longer.
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since there are so many different opinons....i have a 2003 honda cbr 954rr....i have heard differnt things about different bikes...i must admit i dont know jack about bike as far as mod and things of that nature...i brought my bike with the mods...full muzzy exhaust, power command that hasnt been mapped, and special lokking brake and clutch handles...i dont know what all this means....could some one giveme some insight please...

i have had it since june...
let me ride it and I will tell you what you have.
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Old 09-26-2007, 04:39 PM   #8
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Take it by Motorcycles-Unlimited and talk with one of the guys over there.
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You have some decent hardware on that bike already....all I would do would be to take ti up to Johnny Cheese's in Austin and get a full custom map done, you will probably make around 135rwhp.

Thats a fast fun bike, do the maintenance on it, keep it clean and enjoy it...
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that's a really awsome bike, i love the way they look.. anyway i would do what everyone is suggesting and go get it dino tunned it will be worth it in the end and i sure whoever you take it to can give some insight on your bike
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Old 09-26-2007, 05:40 PM   #12
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thanks everyone for the insight...just wanted to know what i had....and some ideas everybody has been a big help
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