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New exhaust, undertail, flush mounts, and levers!

Undertail was a PITA! everything else was easy, exhaust i bought from Maki, which sounds great!
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-10-2014, 07:42 AM
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Looks really good. I would love to put on some levers and flush mount signals. Which signals did you go with?

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I just got some for 20$ off ebay. i think it was a bad choice to be honest because i had to cut some of my plastic that holds the OEM turn signals. but my undertail lights were a complete PITA! everything about the undertail was a pain to be honest. with wiring and cutting the old one and mounting the new one the undertail was probably 5 hr job.
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She looks good.

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She looks beautiful man.
Hope there wasn't any trouble installing the TwoBothers, was it?
Pretty much straight forward.

And the undertail looks good indeed.
If you have a PC III usb, you should have her tuned for those exhausts.....it'll help a lot.


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Looks good!
Agree with Makis, definitely get that tuned!

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When I had those exhausts on, I experimentally found that the "Stock/Aftermartket Air filter - Moriwaki Slip on Exhaust" default map on the Dynojet's website, works really really well with them.

And guess what......I didn't have to change the map after I swapped my slip ons


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i dont have a PC3 yet, im most likely going to get one, but just looking to find a good deal. i wanna do the flapper valve mod and the soft rev limiter mod too. the bike i bought was as stock as it gets so i gotta do all the mods myself and i just dont wanna mess anything up.
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Oh and Makis, like you said man, plug and play in 5 minutes. exhaust were by far the easiest thing i did!
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i dont have a PC3 yet, im most likely going to get one, but just looking to find a good deal. i wanna do the flapper valve mod and the soft rev limiter mod too. the bike i bought was as stock as it gets so i gotta do all the mods myself and i just dont wanna mess anything up.
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Take it from the top

http://rc51.org/mod.htm


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