No F1 error as of yetI know that in the '04 Gixxer 1K you have to also remove the black brown (I think. Check with Bugman) out of the ECU when you remove the set valve or you will get an FI error on the gauges. IDK if you have to do that with the RRs also.
Yamaha's aparently get pretty hot. I'd imagine that one up there is going to get pretty toasty since it looks like the stock heat shielding went bye bye with the can.That looks good man. I like the "underseat" look. Has anyone reported any problems on those new bikes about the seat getting hot with those pipes under there? Just wondering.
Negative. If the pipe is too close to the taillight, the exhuast will discolor it to a nasty light brown color. Two Bros designed it long to get the exhaust away from the bike so owners won't have to replace their taillight lense every couple of months.those 2 bros. pipes sound good on the 1000 rr , there are a few of them around here like that.
but you should cut the pipe down about 3-4 inches , that would make the fit look alot better than the pipe sticking way out the ass .
it looks like the honda is taking a shit at 150mph.
Don't play that shiznit...LOLLooks out of place doesn't fit the lines of the bike too long and too low. Am I still on Gixxer.com?LOL
I replaced my stock system with a Micron Serpants full system and a power commander. I saved 12 Lbs with the swap, also by removing the butterfly valve in the exuast. The reason for the valve in the exhuast according to Honda helps back preasure. This may be true but the real reason for the valve is so the buike will be in EPA noise limits.Friend picked up a new "04" 1000RR last night
It was raining so instead of riding we put on his new can
Here's the pics
Anyone have any knowledge of the effects on the bike due to removing the butterfly valve in the mid pipe?