Above 8k it goes to 360 where 1 and 2 cross flow and 3 and 4 cross flow.
I went back to the stock exhaust with a Jardine slip-on because of the bottom end lag in the throttle 0-3000 RPM. I put a PCIII on but it still didn't eliminate the low end bog. After talking to some people it was decided that the bike would prob. run better (more torque) on the low end with a slip-on as compared to the full system. The system was an older muzzy one, and we all know muzzy isn't really the best setup. Full systems are really designed to help out on the top end, which I rarely get into that style of riding. I want a smoother throttle response with more low end torque. Plus there is a map for the Jardine slip-on while nothing for the full muzzy system.
Did you ever find a way to get rid of the error light without reinstalling the servo motor?after i took the servo off how do i make that error light go out and the little FI symbol is on too
Are you saying you fitted an HTEV eliminator or a full exhaust system?I did exactly what Shakey said, I removed the original pipe, removed the HTEV, then removed the cables from the servo motor. I used a marker pen to make sure I returned the servo back to its zero position, slapped the new pipe on which took ages, then took it for a short test blast.
WOW. Power gains EVERYWHERE. Definitely NO loss of midrange or anything. Sounds wicked.
I read many, many articles on this, and can verify that from my research the valve is there purely for emissions and noise compliance. I noticed when cold there was more smoke, but just at the start up. There are diagrams on line which show that too.
My advice for anyone else doing it is get rid of the thing. When you look in the pipe, you can see how restricted the exhaust flow is. Its really a tiny rectangle area the gases pass through in the HTEV. I was worried about this supposed loss of back pressure, but I shouldnt have been. Its over rated!