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another exhaust question.

I have a completely stock 2002 RC, the previous owner dropped the bike and dented the left can and it cracked. I am in the process of purchasing a set of custom moto gp cans to put on because I like the look and sound. Will I need to have the bike tuned or can I just install and ride. I apologize in advance, I tried to search but couldn't find proper information.
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Depends which slip-ons you go with. They pretty much all need a tuned map, but some more than others. Especially gp style canisters.

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Would a PC3 be adaquate for this?
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I think a big majority of people on this forum run a PCIII. PCV with Auto tune and Bazzaz are available for our bikes too.
What cans are you thinking of?

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