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Old 06-16-12, 11:39   #11
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yes it will effect performance.

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+ shit sound.

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just upload the TOR tune, i have used the same map for my arrow and CW exhaust, only thing you will get is backfire close throttle that's normal.

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You should learn how to use the edit button.
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Old 06-16-12, 21:26   #12
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want mo power, just buy a power commander and take it to a dynojet dyno to have it tuned. You will be amazed!!
Why would you pay for a PCIII when tune edit is free?
Anyone who can tune a PCIII should be able to work out how to use tune edit.
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Old 11-22-12, 01:30   #13
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I currently have an arrow slip on (2011 675se) and had the dealer install the arrow ecu tune about a week after installing the exaust. I noticed that the arrow ecu gave a more " open" feeling when on the throttle compared to the "compressed" feeling without the ecu. Realistically is it worth having the TOR tune put on to replace the arrow? Is it that much of a difference?
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Old 11-22-12, 23:04   #14
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I really need to download the TOR map myself, I love that you can change the maps on the stock ecu.
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I currently have an arrow slip on (2011 675se) and had the dealer install the arrow ecu tune about a week after installing the exaust. I noticed that the arrow ecu gave a more " open" feeling when on the throttle compared to the "compressed" feeling without the ecu. Realistically is it worth having the TOR tune put on to replace the arrow? Is it that much of a difference?
Describe what you mean by an open feeling?

I have a Jardine slipon on my bike with the TOR tune. I took the 3-6th gear ignition map and copied/pasted it over on my 1st and 2nd gear maps. Added a little bit of power and decreased the amount of compression braking off throttle. I can smell the bike is overly rich and will probably end up having the thing tuned because it feels very soft power curve and throttle response wise.
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