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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 10-11-2007, 11:01 AM Thread Starter
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I want a Exhaust for my 06 gixxer 1000 i was thinking about the Yoshi TRC slip on any advice.
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I heard that if you remove the flapper valve when you install those pipes, you loose back pressure and all of your low end power.
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I have one on my R6 i love it and get compliments all the time its the carbon fiber one. However it's the only slip on I have ever had so I dont have anything to compare it to. However I think it sounds better than any others that I have heard. Deep and not obnoxiously loud.

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Thats also what i was told if you remove the flapper valve it sounds very bad i am also faced with another delima to. I dont know if i should get a power commander or take it to the shop and let the dealer remap the bike itself?
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Thats also what i was told if you remove the flapper valve it sounds very bad i am also faced with another delima to. I dont know if i should get a power commander or take it to the shop and let the dealer remap the bike itself?
You cant remap the stock ECU. You have to get a Power Commander.
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This is my first bike! so what your sayin is that the dealership that told me they could use a program from suzuki to remap the bike for a new air filter and exhaust lied? cause if they really cant i will save the money,buy a power commander and install them myself!
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This is my first bike! so what your sayin is that the dealership that told me they could use a program from suzuki to remap the bike for a new air filter and exhaust lied? cause if they really cant i will save the money,buy a power commander and install them myself!
Yes they lied unless they intended on selling you a power commander in order to change the fuel mapping.
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He said that if they did it i wouldnt need a power commander!
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im pretty sure you can remap the newest gsxr's with something made by i think yoshimura....i cant find the mag i saw it in at the moment so i cant give any details. its not as versatile as a power commander tho

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im just gonna purchase the power commander then! thanks
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im just gonna purchase the power commander then! thanks
either way you can do it yourself-wouldnt hurt to check into it b4 you buy.....

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either way you can do it yourself-wouldnt hurt to check into it b4 you buy.....
06 was before the mode switch, so I highly doubt you can change the mapping on the stock ECU.
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06 was before the mode switch, so I highly doubt you can change the mapping on the stock ECU.

that would make sense-but i dont recall it saying just 07 so when i find the mag ill either be right or wrong and let ya know

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im pretty sure you can remap the newest gsxr's with something made by i think yoshimura....i cant find the mag i saw it in at the moment so i cant give any details. its not as versatile as a power commander tho
yea but if the power commander give me more bang for my bucks then i will definitley purchase one.
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yea but if the power commander give me more bang for my bucks then i will definitley purchase one.
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You cant remap the stock ECU. You have to get a Power Commander.
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thats what i was looking for-saw it in a sport rider

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Yep it is on my list of wants for this winter!!!

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He said an 06, that is only for an 07. Read the entire thread first.
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He said an 06, that is only for an 07. Read the entire thread first.



when you link that page, it starts at the"homepage" no matter where you're at, so the page he tryed to show probably didnt come up.

the teka suzuki reprogrammer works on everything, cept the king quad. i called factory pro.

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