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Old 11-10-12, 03:45   #1
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Default 2012 675R with stage 3 Arrow. What tune?

Hey guys I'm new to tuneecu. Was just curious what would be a good map to run with my setup. Plan on putting a BMC filter on soon as well as the exhaust which is already installed. Any help is appreciated.




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Old 11-10-12, 19:36   #2
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Sorry, I don't have any input. How do you like the exhaust and do you mind posting a picture of it on the bike?
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You will need a custom dyno tune as there is no off the shelf tune available.
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As mentioned by Dave, even if there was a tune it would just be a base to build a custom tune off of. It would work but to get full power and smoothness you would need to get a custom tune.
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Yes, they do have a base. It's 20311, I think. ( there might be an updated version) That's would work. Your ECU will adapt a bit and calm the popping on deceleration. However, You will still need to get a custom tune to maximize the nice exhaust you have.

2010 with a stage 3 is what I have.
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