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Powercommander/Exhaust installation

Discussion in 'Technical and Troubleshooting Torque' at netrider.net.au started by blackjackx, Jul 16, 2008.

  1. Hey guys and girls,



    Just got a quick question for you all, just wondering how many of u have installed a powercommander and full system? I have them currently sitting on the floor of my bedroom and am thinking of giving it a shot on the weekend, but am unsure if i should as ive never done this before.
     
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  2. piece of piss
     
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  3. Easy to do, but better if you have a mate with a dyno.
     
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  4. By the look of vic's avatar, I'd be thinking hard about the consequences of fitting such things. :p
     
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  5. It's not too hard if you give yourself plenty of time...but it's not as easy either.
    The Exhaust work will require a fair amount of dissembly before you start.
    The Power Commander is simple enough, but it takes a while to do it properly.

    Did I say this already?...give yourself plenty of time, with a good set of spanners....and make sure you "do it right the first time".
     
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  6. You'll almost certainly need to remove and drain the radiator to do the exhaust. You might need new exhaust gaskets.
     
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  7. Thanks guys ~!~!

    Well exhaust airfilter and powercommander are installed and OMG LOL it sounds soooo good haha I also took a trip to s&r pro and got my baby dynoed today, Ill post up pics of my bike and a video of the dyno run, as well as the dyno sheets. It was just shy of 140hp and top speed was 278

    - Nathan
     
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  8. Niiice result. Nothing beats the first ride with new pipes :)
     
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