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01 Gixxer 750 Bucking at low RPMs

I got a question about my bike and I was wondering if you have anyone has this problem... My bike is a basicly stock 01 Gixxer 750 with a Yoshimira RS-3 slip on pipe... and when I am at low RPM's approximately 2k rpms or lower it moving with the clutch out bucks a little bit and acts like it wants to stall. Is this normal? I also heard that anytime a pipe is done on a bike the ECU should be chipped to compensate for the change in air/fuel mixture... If I have to chip it what is the route I should go as far as names because I have heard good things about the Power Commander.
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I got a question about my bike and I was wondering if you have anyone has this problem... My bike is a basicly stock 01 Gixxer 750 with a Yoshimira RS-3 slip on pipe... and when I am at low RPM's approximately 2k rpms or lower it moving with the clutch out bucks a little bit and acts like it wants to stall. Is this normal? I also heard that anytime a pipe is done on a bike the ECU should be chipped to compensate for the change in air/fuel mixture... If I have to chip it what is the route I should go as far as names because I have heard good things about the Power Commander.
You dont NEED a PC with a slip on, only with a full system. Drained your fueld system and put fresh gas in it? Have you run cleaner through the throttlebodies? HAve you check your air filter? How many miles are on the bike? Are the spark plugs in good shape?
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my 03 gsxr 1000 would do the same with my scorpion slip on, I just turned up my rpms to 1500 and it took care of the problem( at least till i can afford to get a power commander and other such goodies) my bike has 4700 miles on it, new plugs, new air filter, and fresh fluids
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You dont NEED a PC with a slip on, only with a full system. Drained your fueld system and put fresh gas in it? Have you run cleaner through the throttlebodies? HAve you check your air filter? How many miles are on the bike? Are the spark plugs in good shape?
my bike has 2,700 miles on it... I havent looked at the sparkplugs or anything. The bike recently had a new pump and all the injectors cleaned out recently because it sat for too long.
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