This thread is almost as bad as an oil thread. I have read so many opinions on what the exhaust servo does but never a dyno chart. I think if you just remove the valve without tuning the engine you are not really getting the desired effect ( smoother/increased hp across the rev range) With the termis, you get the new map and that is making the necessary fueling adjustments for the reduced back pressure by keeping tube exhaust flap open. Of course this is just my opinion with no dyno results to back it up
Hi all, any guidance? Started the bike this morning, was a cold day about 0C, the bike started fine then check engine light came on out of the blue and stays on, can still ride like normal but I'm worried I broke something. Any clues?
I am having issues with my 2016 Monster 1200s just trying to get it on the road after storing it for the winter. Bike starts right up but stalls as if the kick stand was down when I put it into gear. I have already replaced the kickstand switch so that's not it.
I have had the rear...
I am reading conflicting information whether on not you are required to have a tune to run competition werks slip on exhaust. Can someone explain whether you need a tune or not? and if so which tuning company do you recommend?
Just finished fitting the new rear sprocket. The Diavel 43 tooth fitted straight on, but had to do a new chain. 3 links too short....bugger. I didn't want to go the cheap and nasty route of changing the front to a 14 tooth, and the 2 up on the rear gives me almost the same result.