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Old 06-24-08, 13:54   #21
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Thanks for posting pics of your bike. I have the same color and the same tail section but have not painted it yet. This gives me an idea of how it's going to look like. Did you have your seat fabricated as well?
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...and am going to have the TOR map put on at the dealership... In the meantime, I'm running the stock map and it runs great.
Caffine, My experience has been the stock map with a slip-on is just OK for most all street conditions, but the TOR map will ensure it runs properly under high loads and high rpm.

The oval can compliments the shape of the tail nicely. Your fabricator did a good job. Looks great!
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It does look really nice, any melting issues with the rear tail light?

It seems really close to the tail lamp, (we had some issue with the Jardine that included the wrong muffler bracket on some bikes, melted the tail light after a on long summer ride).

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Old 06-24-08, 18:55   #25
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Thanks for posting pics of your bike. I have the same color and the same tail section but have not painted it yet. This gives me an idea of how it's going to look like. Did you have your seat fabricated as well?
No prob! If you're local I can refer you to a good painter with great prices. The seat is a Corbin.

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Caffine, My experience has been the stock map with a slip-on is just OK for most all street conditions, but the TOR map will ensure it runs properly under high loads and high rpm.

The oval can compliments the shape of the tail nicely. Your fabricator did a good job. Looks great!
I could really tell the difference between the PCIII w/map vs. stock... it is acceptable, but I'm looking forward to the TOR map! Tomorrow @ 1PM!

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It does look really nice, any melting issues with the rear tail light?

It seems really close to the tail lamp, (we had some issue with the Jardine that included the wrong muffler bracket on some bikes, melted the tail light after a on long summer ride).

Michael
Hey Michael! No melting issues yet, but this week hasn't been nearly as hot as last week (as you know) so I'm going to keep my eye on it. Thanks for the heads up! I'll keep you posted.
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Would it be possible to throw this can on the Leo Vince full system or the arrow full system? Would it be more trouble than it's worth? I would be interested in a full system, not just a slip on.
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Would it be possible to throw this can on the Leo Vince full system or the arrow full system? Would it be more trouble than it's worth? I would be interested in a full system, not just a slip on.
It would, but the full systems are higher flowing and the muffler is usually a bit different. I'm actually going to work with my fabricator on putting together a custom full system for this, using the ZX6R silencer from their full system... send me a PM if you'd be interested.
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I just peed my pants after seeing this--Looks great!!!
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I just peed my pants after seeing this--Looks great!!!
Thanks! Sorry about the accident, lol
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Got the TOR map installed yesterday and she's running perfectly

Videos soon... haven't had time yet this week and wanted to do it after the TOR anyhow. Hopefully tonight!
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