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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 12-30-2016, 03:49 PM
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The hanger "specs" were replicated in my jig which I still have. However, I don't think you would want me to make one for you because I am quite lazy and unreliable which causes me to be unaffordable. Sort of mirrors my motto: I don't do much, but it takes me a long time.
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post #12 of 17 (permalink) Old 05-25-2017, 09:52 PM
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@PHANTOM meance: did you need to install a power commander or rapid bike? or are you running just the slip on w/o any modifications to the ecu?
If so, how is it running? any problems?
I'm thinking about getting a CR-T, but don't want the trouble of remapping or installing rapid bike.

BTW can you show more pics of your bike! its beautiful.
i see that you installed a drag bar. i'd love to see how it looks!
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@PHANTOM meance: did you need to install a power commander or rapid bike? or are you running just the slip on w/o any modifications to the ecu?
If so, how is it running? any problems?
I'm thinking about getting a CR-T, but don't want the trouble of remapping or installing rapid bike.

BTW can you show more pics of your bike! its beautiful.
i see that you installed a drag bar. i'd love to see how it looks!
I've had it on since Christmas and ride often. No issues other than getting the three pieces to line up just the way I wanted. I ended up shaving about 1/4 inch off the part of the pipe that connects to the bike.

I thought about a Rapid Bike, but I've had no noticable issues at any speed, any RPM. I'm sure it may smooth things out, but I'm not sure if a little bit of smoothness is worth that price, especially for a twin engine that kind of supposed to be raw.

One thing to consider is that it is a noisier system. Though everyone who has heard it says its a "good" kind of noisy. Not obnoxious when outside. Inside a garage or something, it will wake you up.

And thanks! The drag bar was a bit tricky with the fluid resevoirs but a little bit of ingenuity and some rizoma bits, and it was no problem.

I'll try to post some pics soon.
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post #14 of 17 (permalink) Old 06-03-2017, 05:27 PM
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@oldndumb,

So did it sound better or louder with the modification to the baffle?
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I have the same model as @oldndumb. Most of the time, I leave the baffle out. Sound is much deeper.
Having a removable baffle is useful but I only use it when I ride with my Cardo communication system which is seldom.
You can take it out and reinstall it in seconds.

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@DarR,

w/o the baffle, wouldn't the flow increase and thus cause the engine to run lean?
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w/o the baffle, wouldn't the flow increase and thus cause the engine to run lean?
I can't notice any difference.
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