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Finally Dyno Tuned the pig with DHC Airbox

Well I installed my DHC open-top airbox about a month or so ago and decided to go the route of having another custom map made for it. I'm pretty happy with the gains the dyno showed the bike gained since it was last mapped 4 years ago, especially the torque. Haven't had a chance to see what the old butt-dyno says. Hoping to rectify that tomorrow.
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Thanks for posting up @Jake . This is with the paper panel filter as well.

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Oops, sorry Duck. Forgot to include that info.

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Now those are some nice curves. Your butt dyno should be happy when you get on her next.
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Now those are some nice curves. Your butt dyno should be happy when you get on her next.
If my butt dyno had thumbs, it would be enthusiastically holding two of them up! It's a shame I gotta take the forks off now.

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Am I missing something or are we actually comparing Jardine Slip-ons to Sato Slip-ons, but then saying the gains are a result of the airbox?

Seems a little misleading to me... (big difference in ambient temp too)
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