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post #16 of 25 Old 03-23-2017, 03:51 PM
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I when a spoke to the local moto guru here and he suggested a reflash. So the plan is, remove the servo, reflash, link pipe, air filter(BMC),back off plates, and yosh.
Hey man, kinda sounds like you are going to make some mods I just made. I was all about doing everything myself until it came time to wiring the bazazz z-fi. I took my bike to a local guy who consistently works on custom Harley's and such. (There were some serious bikes). Anyways, I had them put on the bazazz and also put on the block of plates for me. These guys did one hell of a job. they followed the directions supplied with the block off plates. I never got an FI code or anything. If you don't want to do it yourself, make sure you find the guys who can do it, and do it well.

Do you already have the yoshimura exhaust? I would say if you are spending all the other money and have some extra change to just buy a full pipe. Or decat your headers. Either way, I hope it all works out for you.
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Do you already have the yoshimura exhaust? I would say if you are spending all the other money and have some extra change to just buy a full pipe. Or decat your headers. Either way, I hope it all works out for you.
Yeah funny you say that. When I brought it up to him he said, "why dont you just do a full pipe...". Yeah I believe I am in good hands, he races and really only works on bikes that want to take corners fast. I am just pinching pennies here, and a decate header would be nice, but then I'd have to get a dyno and that would make all everything in price go up. haha this all started cause I got a fairly new slip-on for 200 bucks...Trying not to spend more than 600 with labor. Thanks for your input
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Hey man, kinda sounds like you are going to make some mods I just made. I was all about doing everything myself until it came time to wiring the bazazz z-fi. I took my bike to a local guy who consistently works on custom Harley's and such. (There were some serious bikes). Anyways, I had them put on the bazazz and also put on the block of plates for me. These guys did one hell of a job. they followed the directions supplied with the block off plates. I never got an FI code or anything. If you don't want to do it yourself, make sure you find the guys who can do it, and do it well.

Do you already have the yoshimura exhaust? I would say if you are spending all the other money and have some extra change to just buy a full pipe. Or decat your headers. Either way, I hope it all works out for you.


I have a '15 S.E. with a Yoshimura c/f R-77. It's really more than a slip-on, it's more like a ⅔. Next up I have Ixil DKat link-pipe; I essentially made a full system from these constituent items, along with the very well designed O.E. headers. And it was tonnes less money than a Yosh full system.

For my bike, and for money I believe it pays to think outside the box. Along with the exhaust system, there's a BMC in the air box, a DJ PC V wired into the fuel system, and the brains of the outfit has had a performance inducing lobotomy, via Schnitz Racing.

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Pic. 1) Ixil link-pipe. Simple is as simple does.
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Pic. 3) Yoshimura R-77 in c/f. Lovely & quiet if dB killer is installedinstalled. This photo, also nicely shows the full floating Brake Tech rear rotor.
Pic. 4) EDR Performance - special mojo for Dyno Jet PC V ~ dyno tuned.
Pic. 5) Signature red of BMC reusable air filter. Saves money in long run.
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I have a '15 S.E. with a Yoshimura c/f R-77. It's really more than a slip-on, it's more like a ⅔. Next up I have Ixil DKat link-pipe;...


Pic. 1) Ixil link-pipe. Simple is as simple does.
SO this Ixil link pipe bolted right up huh? thats a nice cover you have on some of the exhaust, where did you get that if you dont mind me asking...
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I have a '15 S.E. with a Yoshimura c/f R-77. It's really more than a slip-on, it's more like a ⅔. Next up I have Ixil DKat link-pipe; I essentially made a full system from these constituent items, along with the very well designed O.E. headers. And it was tonnes less money than a Yosh full system.

For my bike, and for money I believe it pays to think outside the box. Along with the exhaust system, there's a BMC in the air box, a DJ PC V wired into the fuel system, and the brains of the outfit has had a performance inducing lobotomy, via Schnitz Racing.

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Pic. 1) Ixil link-pipe. Simple is as simple does.
Pic. 2) Schnitz Racing Reflashed CPU; also disabled EVSM & PAIR.
Pic. 3) Yoshimura R-77 in c/f. Lovely & quiet if dB killer is installedinstalled. This photo, also nicely shows the full floating Brake Tech rear rotor.
Pic. 4) EDR Performance - special mojo for Dyno Jet PC V ~ dyno tuned.
Pic. 5) Signature red of BMC reusable air filter. Saves money in long run.
Maybe I missed it elsewhere but have you decated the header? To achieve a full system you need to decat the header, not just remove the pre chamber. There are two stages of catalytic material in the base of the header. Once you remove that and get a custom tune than you will actually see the benefits of all those mods.
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SO this Ixil link pipe bolted right up huh? thats a nice cover you have on some of the exhaust, where did you get that if you dont mind me asking...
The hardest part was removing the O.E.M. 'boat anchor.' My experience with aftermarket exhausts, is there's always some degree of 'persuading' that is required. In this case it was slight.

Most of the carbon fibre (c/f) I have is from Tekarbon. It is reasonably priced (as much as c/f is), and is of a very good quality. Their delivery span is pretty good... and if it is out of stock(they ship from CA), they will either ask if you want them to email a notice, or if you go ahead and purchase, they will notify you when it's back in stock and send you a confirmation number as well as a tracking number... all in short order!

From my experience, the latter is much faster, because you're at the head of list, thus gets filled and sent first. Your order is expedited, whilst those on a 'standby list' await until are purchase orders (paid) get filled first.

I also have a handful of Carbon2Race - I cannot recommend them to be honest. They are slow in delivering their product, which to be honest, their quality is not near Tekarbon's. You're also paying for and waiting for shipment from Slovenia in Europe.

My experience with Carbon2Race was less than pleasant: after waiting a few weeks and no delivery, and no contact from them, I emailed them (X2) asking if the package had been sent, and for a tracking number. Their response was no the items had even been made at that moment, but were scheduled to be made the next week, he would email me with a tracking #. The next week came and went - silence; I emailed them regarding my disappointment, they apologised profusely, and assured me they would be sent the next week. Nothing. The next week, I headed out for a remote vacation. When I got back, I emailed to cancel my order. I checked my account daily,no funds were returned. Another week, finally I get a email with only a tracking #, no explanation why I was lied to, why it took over two months to get my products, or why my order was not cancelled upon request with my funds returned to me. Nothing.

The upside to my experience with Carbon2Race (however slight), was I had gone an other trip, this one on my bike, and had been sideswiped by a deer. Upon my return with my bike to to my home, there was a box from Slovenia waiting me, and in the box were some were pieces I needed for the rebuild.

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Maybe I missed it elsewhere but have you decated the header? To achieve a full system you need to decat the header, not just remove the pre chamber. There are two stages of catalytic material in the base of the header. Once you remove that and get a custom tune than you will actually see the benefits of all those mods.
haha No you didnt miss it. No decat Header. This all started as simply as to get the sound(maybe a little power), with out hurting the bike. Never planned on getting a slip on to be honest but for what I paid it was hard to say no. The link pipe is a "might as well" if I am going to get the bike reflashed. With a decat header we are now talking about a fuel controller and dyno time etc...and thats more money I wanted to spend at this point. I am still getting used to my sag.
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haha No you didnt miss it. No decat Header. This all started as simply as to get the sound(maybe a little power), with out hurting the bike. Never planned on getting a slip on to be honest but for what I paid it was hard to say no. The link pipe is a "might as well" if I am going to get the bike reflashed. With a decat header we are now talking about a fuel controller and dyno time etc...and thats more money I wanted to spend at this point. I am still getting used to my sag.
Understood, to be fair though I was directing my comment to zedexmuse, he seems confused about where the catalytic is.

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Found this place that sells the midpipe for a fair price. The blackwidow I order did not come ceramic so i am wondering if I should take it somewhere to get it coated or just buy exhaust wraps instead. It gets pretty hot here in Texas.

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ZX6R 09-2010 Link Pipe
Found this place that sells the midpipe for a fair price. The blackwidow I order did come ceramic so i am wondering if I should take it somewhere to get it coated or just but exhaust wraps instead. It gets hot here in Texas.
I'm not sure exactly what you said there, but you don't need to wrap it. It will do fine even here in Texas.

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