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I want to do some mods this winter.I am thinking of a brocks, or muzzy full exhaust. Also not sure about the ecu flash or pc5.
Have heard of some issues with the flash, just want to know what is best for my beast. Any help would be very helpful. Thanks in advance


Thu Nov 12, 2015 3:00 pm
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osirus065 wrote:
I want to do some mods this winter.I am thinking of a brocks, or muzzy full exhaust. Also not sure about the ecu flash or pc5.
Have heard of some issues with the flash, just want to know what is best for my beast. Any help would be very helpful. Thanks in advance


Hi osirus065,

Tell us more about what you use, or intend to use, your motorcycle for and any details about what you have done so far.


Thu Nov 12, 2015 3:56 pm
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Bike is stock except for delkevic slip ons. Ride mostly on the street, no track time. Not sure how the noise level would be at 70-80 mph on the highway. Purchased bike December last year, logged about 4000 trouble free miles so far


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What year bike do you ride? I might have a clearance sale of many speed parts.


Thu Nov 12, 2015 8:50 pm
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New grips, windscreen.

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Thu Nov 12, 2015 8:53 pm
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Sorry bike is a 2014. Wind screen done. So I am looking at doing full exhaust. Brocks or Muzzy. Kind of new to this so was wondering do you run the pcv with the exhaust or does flashing the ecu do the same thing and remove the restrictions as well


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Thu Nov 12, 2015 10:06 pm
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Nice colors.

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Fri Nov 13, 2015 1:06 am
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osirus065 wrote:
Sorry bike is a 2014. Wind screen done. So I am looking at doing full exhaust. Brocks or Muzzy. Kind of new to this so was wondering do you run the pcv with the exhaust or does flashing the ecu do the same thing and remove the restrictions as well




If you are riding street only, is the speed limiter an issue when set at 176 from the factory? The flashes that do not require the pcv are the ones that have caused the occasional brick ECUs. Now, the Guhl flash will increase the low mid range, removes the "saftey mode", and allows you to turn TC off on the fly and to retain its off setting after ignition off. But, either way, you want the pcv to tune to the pipe if you are replacing it. If you are happy with the bikes power and don't need the limiter set higher, just the pcv. Brock supplies a pcv map for his pipes and some others do too. Want more? Take the secondary flies out (even without the flash). For street riding, the auto tune is fine to go along with the pcv or, take it to the dyno to get it mapped. Since you mentioned noise levels, I will assume that they are somewhat of a concern so if you go Brock's, Go with the quiet CT. Still great performance and tone without all the dbs of an AH or Smeg. Another option is the fairly popular Akra header / Yosh R77 dual slip ons, My own personal favorite tone and noise level (and I like the duals). Quite around town while healthy sounding and will still "talk" at upper rpms. A steering stabilizer is also a VERY good investment. Its been said many many times ... "You don't need it until you need but when you do, you'll be damn glad you had it"

Grips and seat if you do longer rides are also a good choice.

My dream mods ... Ohlins forks and shock. BST wheels. WWB ceramic bearings. Galfer brakes. And anything else I can find to decrease unsprung weight and rotating mass lol. I'd love to do a track day or two on mine and I love the twisty mountain roads.

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