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Been tinkering with the new bike, I put a speedo healer on it and hooked up my PCIII usb. Still waiting for my Pipes to arrive, but after installing the maps for a stock set up, the bike is a tottally different animal. Much smoother through all RPM ranges and the power curve seems very linear.
 

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A power commander certainly helps smooth everything out. It is good to hear that you are pleased. You will love the new sound of your RC after putting a set of pipes on it. Stockers sound horrible compared to just about anything else.
 

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Been tinkering with the new bike, I put a speedo healer on it and hooked up my PCIII usb. Still waiting for my Pipes to arrive, but after installing the maps for a stock set up, the bike is a tottally different animal. Much smoother through all RPM ranges and the power curve seems very linear.
I've heard more than a few people say - the first thing to do is a Power Commander. I completely agree!
Stock pipes do have their place. Like some race tracks. Or when you biff your AM's up somehow. Or in my case, while I'm waiting to get some midpipes for my Sato cans. And my neighbors like me much more at the moment. So keep the stockers in the garage; they're good to have on stand-by.
 
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