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03 rc51 vibration low rpm

Hello I have an 03 sp2 I'm feeling a heavy vibration at low rpm don't know if something needs to be replaced or repaired. Or maybe this bike bogged down and that's where the vibration is coming from. This is my first Street bike so I'm trying to learn more about it. It has pc3usb and cbr can. Could it be possible to have loaded wrong map?it has 23k. Does anyone have any ideas? Thanks
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You have the wrong map and can it sounds like.

Put an exhaust built for an RC51 back on it and re-map to your chosen exhaust.

That can is totally wrong for this bike.



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Also at low rpm you may just be feeling the power pulses. Its very noticeable if you lug the engine at low rpm. Not like a 4cyl bike

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