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Old 04-30-2008, 10:01 PM   #1
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would a pc eliminate any flames from an aftermarket exhaust?
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The flames are from fuel in the exhaust. The bike is running too rich.
A PC3 can tune it out but you will need a dyno, exhaust analyzer, and a good (read: GOOD!) operator to set your curve and get the bike back in line. The only ones that I know of are Metric and Motorcycles Unlimited. I use Motorcycles Unlimited since I am on the Northside and like the service. I think Powersports has everything as well.

Wait a few and some of our experianced tuners will chime in and be more help than I am. PM a Mod and have them move this thread to "How To" or "Performacne" section so they see it.
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Old 05-01-2008, 12:07 PM   #3
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even having the best guy work on tuning a custom map for you will not eliminate flames completely from coming out the exhaust. especially on the new gsxr's and r6's.

but i have heard good things about metric and NW honda's dyno tuning. most of the top CMRA experts use Steve Upchurch i believe is his name...he's located somewhere near or in dallas.
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most of the top CMRA experts use Steve Upchurch
True, and he is a great engine builder/ tuner.

Andy at Metric does fantastic engine work and in-house dyno-tuning, and he's local. www.metricmotorcycles.com

He just tuned my PCIII for my GSXR, and it performed flawlessly this past track day, with new found power in the mid-range.
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sweet! thanks guys!!
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