I understand, but I may be racing stock class(havent decided yet) so I could just switch the endcap out. The guy said the new cap gave it better sound output, if that isn't the case, it would be pointless.I pulled my spark arrestor out just to see what it would sound like. Don't do it, you will be disapointed. It made almost NO sound difference, the stock muffler is junk no matter what you do to it. Just save up and get a slip on, you will be alot happier.
How easy are these to use? Do you still check your plug to see if it's running lean/rich or does it let you know?we have power commander 3 units available, i am sure dobeck will have one soon and so will a couple other companies.
The power commander 3 is by far the top of the line though.
Putting on an aftermarket exhaust system allows the engine to exit more air which will produce more power. So if you can buy a pipe that doesn't need a fuel management system I wouldn't waste the money.Any pipes or slip ons out there that wouldn't need to have the bike reprogrammed?
Not at this time, you will have to buy a fuel controller.]i'm new to the whole fuel injection thing..... do the pipes come with anything like the cherry bomb for the lt-r450 or since i have two do i need to buy two mapping components?
Why couldn't they use a closed loop efi?If the manufacturers would put closed loop efi on them, we wouldn't have to do anything to raise the mixture at all. It would be nice it they did that, but I don't think they ever will.
Most likely cost and they are not forced by EPA to do it yet.Why couldn't they use a closed loop efi?
Will the efi on the KFX still compensate for altitude, temperature and such?