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Dan Kyle, Satos and a PC3r.
 

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I actually prefer the mori's, but thats me.

So uh, figment... When you gonna get proper suspenders on that RC of yours?
 

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ccwilli3 said:
I actually prefer the mori's, but thats me.

So uh, figment... When you gonna get proper suspenders on that RC of yours?
I only weigh 170lbs...

Edit:and this is not the right folder for that discussion:deal:
 

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I have to agree with Figment! :D

I did the sato banzai thing, so I am high and tight...little less on the HP scale, but not on the sound scale! :D


oh yeah, with a PCIIIr
 

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figment said:
I only weigh 170lbs...

Edit:and this is not the right folder for that discussion:deal:
and that makes it even MORE out of whack for you. :D

I rode jetblast10s RC for a while (high mount satos), I could have swore the pulses were causing unforseen damage to my body! :p

PS: Bite me.
 

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It's a little different having the stock exhaust back on the bike for me. Still sounds better than an I-4. :D
 

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Add to that flapper removal, soft rev limiter removal, and Pair valve removal :welcome:
I really dont understand the softrev limiter removal...
 

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booth23 said:
It's just a splice. From ECU port to ECU port if I remember right.
yeah, but I'm not convinced it really does THAT much...
 

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I never got around to doing the soft rev limiter mod but I'm convinced it would be very handy on the track. There are places at MAM where I could really use an extra 500 or so RPM to avoid a quick shift up and back down between turns.
 

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I never got around to doing the soft rev limiter mod but I'm convinced it would be very handy on the track. There are places at MAM where I could really use an extra 500 or so RPM to avoid a quick shift up and back down between turns.
This is not enough motivation for me to cut into the wiring harness. I can see where it wouild be a help in competition though.
 

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figment said:
This is not enough motivation for me to cut into the wiring harness. I can see where it wouild be a help in competition though.
Unnecessary for street riding, but then so are most of the mods.
 

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Well it's good for 4-5 horses. And it's only on the US spec bikes anyway. Besides, you have a hard limiter in place anyways.
 

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booth23 said:
Well it's good for 4-5 horses. And it's only on the US spec bikes anyway. Besides, you have a hard limiter in place anyways.
Actually, if you have a PCII or PCIII no splicing into the oem harness is required besides discovering the hard limiter while at full lean is not a pleasnt experience.

I did this mod on the race RC51 but wired it to a toggle switch so I could disable it on tracks that might need the additional 1200 rpm pull or enable it if I choose to let someone ride the RC51 while at a track day.
 

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I actually prefer the mori's, but thats me.
:metoo:

Mori slip-ons on the street RC51.

Mori Full system on the race RC51.

Working my damnedest to convince Moriwaki to blow off the dust of the RC30 jig and make me a full system for the RC30.
 
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