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    A few mods done.

    [IMG]http://i1022.photobucket.com/albums/af343/Warms_photos/Bike%20with%20new%20Exhausts%20etc/BikenewExh

    Took the SP Engineering cans off and put the carbon arrows back on, cause SP's gonna be to noisey without the db killers for most tracks, 4 hours of dyno time she's putting out just under 132 bhp and 77 torques from a standard motor, hooked stylie airbox and front air intake flapper valve remove and alll smoothed out in there, happy with that.

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    Very tasty.. where did you get it dynod?

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    Hampshire motorcycles in Waterlooville, mate, real nice bunch of friendly chaps and know there stuff too.

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    Sounds good to me, how much did they charge for your map? Did you go for a map for each cylinder?

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    Yeah i had an advanced map done, they quoted 50 per hour, but they prob have a deal with yer , i took two bikes to be done, and the other half got her self a nice new top of the range Shark lid, so all in all a top place, give Dave a call say Paul from the island recomended you , there sort yer out they know there stuff. .

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    Not bad.. dod they have to weld in any new fittings to do it? Tash mentioned it has to be done for an advanced map? On gen 1 anyway...

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    No new fittings, did it all myself. Don't have to have a advanced map but you will get more by having that done over just a standard map done, gen 1, or 2, with a Power commander fitted.

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    looking good

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    Cheers, going to give them a buzz tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by w00dzy View Post
    Not bad.. dod they have to weld in any new fittings to do it? Tash mentioned it has to be done for an advanced map? On gen 1 anyway...
    I've got some downpipes save messing with yours..get new bungs welded in then just swap over

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    Can you put them to one side for me please? How much do you want for them? Why do they need larger bungs..

    Spoke to the chaps above today and was quoted 3 hours labour... seems steep to me for tb and co check and adjust.. 140/160 I mentioned paul from the island and he perked up a bit

    I wont be installing pc3 until next year most likely.. going to have the cam gears slotted first as it does run great as it is :

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    Quote Originally Posted by w00dzy View Post
    Can you put them to one side for me please? How much do you want for them? Why do they need larger bungs..
    When you said Tash said new fittings required thought you need to mod them

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    Yeh he said they require larger exhaust bungs for the sensors for a dual map..

    Got your foam tube packaged will post off at the weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by w00dzy View Post
    Yeh he said they require larger exhaust bungs for the sensors for a dual map..

    Got your foam tube packaged will post off at the weekend
    i'll pack up a pair of downpipes and post them down to you

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    Nice one cheers mate. Any idea what size the new bungs need to be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by w00dzy View Post
    Nice one cheers mate. Any idea what size the new bungs need to be?
    You'll need to have a chat to the dyno shop

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