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Competition Werkes D675

Anyone found a good map for these pipes? i've tried several of the stock Triumph ones that you can upload including the arrow and general after market one. Getting a fair bit of popping and on deceleration and i'm a little concerned the fuelling isn't right. I'm running the bmc race filter as well, everything else is stock.
I asked competition werkes about this but never received a response so i'm guessing there isn't a specific one about, otherwise i'm considering getting it dyno'd
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Dyno. That'll be the only way to get it juuuuust right.

2009 D675
- Racetech fork valves and springs - Competition Werkes integrated smoked taillight and FE - Zero Gravity Corsa windscreen - CRG RC2 levers - Sato frame sliders - GB Racing case covers - StompGrip tank grips - Proton flushmount signals -
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Dyno. That'll be the only way to get it juuuuust right.
+1...really the only way to get it right


"Yeah, well, you know that's just, like uh ...your opinion, man." - the Dude
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are you gonna get it dyno tuned using a power commander or bazzaz unit?? or just through TuneECU??

accessories and mods?? i can barely afford the bike...


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