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post #231 of 238 Old 10-19-15, 00:47
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Thank you very much! Whatever exhaust I decide on, I'll get a servo buddy to pair with it then.
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post #233 of 238 Old 01-27-16, 07:09
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Does anyone know the actual number for the triumph full exhaust map? My dealer is telling me that triumph doesn't support a full exhaust system so therefore doesn't have a map for one.
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Does anyone know the actual number for the triumph full exhaust map? My dealer is telling me that triumph doesn't support a full exhaust system so therefore doesn't have a map for one.
It's probably true. There is no factory full exhaust, so what exhaust would the "full exhaust map" be based on?

They have a map for when the Triumph Arrow exhaust is installed... but that's not a full system.
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It's probably true. There is no factory full exhaust, so what exhaust would the "full exhaust map" be based on?

They have a map for when the Triumph Arrow exhaust is installed... but that's not a full system.
His dealer is full of crap, the Arrow titanium full system is part of the racekit but can (might be discontinued now, can be ordered through bikebandit for $ 2k) be bought separately. The full system map is basicly a baseline race map, made for their full system but also with the race ecu, different cams/valves, wiring loom etc. The full system map is generally too rich for a stock engine with just the exhuast changed. It does take care of the eml though but you would need a PCV/bazzaz to get the most out of your otherwise stock setup.

The Arrow slipon is as you say not a full system, that also retains the use of the exhuast valve.

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[QUOTE=swest122;3944578]Triumph A9600440 is the part number for the full exhaust.



my tuner said I should get the full tune that while the bazzaz will fix any problems it can't tune below 5krpm. He said he would only charge a nominal fee to reduce the map after I get the full tune. Tj from riders discount said they have 3 maps available. Also I called a different dealer and within 5 seconds said yep 65$ to program full exhaust map into factory ecu.... Just the dealer I bought it from says nope no map exists.....
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post #237 of 238 Old 01-29-16, 10:00
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[QUOTE=Subisti;4628346][QUOTE=swest122;3944578]Triumph A9600440 is the part number for the full exhaust.



my tuner said I should get the full tune that while the bazzaz will fix any problems it can't tune below 5krpm. He said he would only charge a nominal fee to reduce the map after I get the full tune. T

Yeah, it shouldn't take them long at all. What parts do you have on the bike? We ran the full system map with a stock motor, the arrow full system, and the BMC filter and the bike ran great. There was no real need for a fuel controller. Although, it might be nice to be able to fine tune the fueling since you already have the Bazzaz.

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I have the hindle full exhaust and bmc air filter
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