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Old 11-15-12, 22:00   #1
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Will yah just look at that? Full titanium three stage FMF (thanks TJ for the super hookup!) just waiting to be unleashed.

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Where are you taking it to get it dyno'd?


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I want one of those exhaust so bad lol
Very interested in seeing the results, did you make a dyno run before this exhaust to compare?
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I want one of those exhaust so bad lol
Very interested in seeing the results, did you make a dyno run before this exhaust to compare?
No I didn't. I thought about it, but I didn't want to piss all that money away on a tune I didn't need. I figure I will just use the stock tune information.


With the new headers, and all the other changes she weighs in at 352 LB with a full tank of gas. So I know this next Track day (24th-25th) is going to be good as long as it doesn't rain!.
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can you put up a list fo what all you did for the wet weight you are listing?

Lookk fwd to seeing the dyno sheet as well!
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No I didn't. I thought about it, but I didn't want to piss all that money away on a tune I didn't need. I figure I will just use the stock tune information.


With the new headers, and all the other changes she weighs in at 352 LB with a full tank of gas. So I know this next Track day (24th-25th) is going to be good as long as it doesn't rain!.
Which track day providers do you go with? I'd love to hear that in person if we end up on the same track days...
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can you put up a list fo what all you did for the wet weight you are listing?

Lookk fwd to seeing the dyno sheet as well!
I'm planning on doing a whole bike build thread when I get a sec. It will all be listed there.


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Which track day providers do you go with? I'd love to hear that in person if we end up on the same track days...
I do all the CA track companies. I do Z2 the most, Keigwins the second (and they are my fave, and Precision. I will be at Thunderhill next weekend for two days. That's the last one for the year I think. Might pick a day or two at Las Vegas Speedway if I can't stand the wait.


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