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Slip-on, or full exhaust???

Hey guys, I'm just curious if a slip on is ok to get, or should I go with a full exhaust? I just don't want to waste my money getting a slip-on if it really doesn't do much as far as adding power, only better sound. I am looking at the HMF sport series pipe. All feedback would be greatly appreciated! Thanks I was also looking at the HMF optimizer as well. Let me know your thoughts on this please.
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You do get a little more performance out of a full system. But depending on your budget, that little bit extra may not be worth it. If I was you I would NOT get the HMF Optimizer. Spend a little extra and get the Power Commander 5. Much better fuel management and will automatically adjust fuel when you increase air flow.

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Balling Option: Full Exhaust, PowerCommander V, Velocity Filter

Baller Option: Full Exhaust, PowerCommander & AirFilter

Best Option: Full Exhaust & PowerCommander

Better Option: Full Exhaust & Optimizer

Broke Option: Slip-on and PowerCommander

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Hey Guys I am kind of lost with this question. I don't see a huge price difference between the 2, but Is there a huge difference between the PC 3 and PC 5.

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Big 3 is what I am contemplating.

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Yes, The PCV can be used with an AutoTune Module and mapping is a bit more detailed. The PCIII is fine if you don't intend on using the AutoTune Feature

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Yeah agree with smooth1, but if you are buying the PC new then get the PC5 since they cost exactly the same. The only thing I dont agree with him is on the Velocity filter, get the Pro Design kit with K&N if you dont ride in extremely dusty conditions, if you do look for foam Pro design. Oh, and get a full system, with the slipon the gain will be minimal and it is mostly sound.

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Thanks. I thought the pc5 needed another product added to it which brings the total cost to around 600. SO the only big difference is that the pc5 has a auto-tune and the PC3 would need to load 1 map at a time. Is this correct?
So if you have PC5 it would auto-tune for the condition you are riding in? Where as the PC3 you would need to load a separate map? I thought the tuning was based off of the aftermarket products you may have on the bike and not the condition of the riding area, or am I way off?

I just bought the UNI foam air filter, because I ride in coal dust a lot and didn't want any issue's.

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Thanks. I thought the pc5 needed another product added to it which brings the total cost to around 600. SO the only big difference is that the pc5 has a auto-tune and the PC3 would need to load 1 map at a time. Is this correct?
So if you have PC5 it would auto-tune for the condition you are riding in? Where as the PC3 you would need to load a separate map? I thought the tuning was based off of the aftermarket products you may have on the bike and not the condition of the riding area, or am I way off?

I just bought the UNI foam air filter, because I ride in coal dust a lot and didn't want any issue's.
The PC5 can be used stand alone, One of the other members has an actual dyno'd map for it also which is a plus. Even if you use purchase the Autotune Module you would want to use a map for a quicker tune.
Tuning is based off of performance alone, not riding conditions. (excl. High Altitudes)
The uni is fine with me also, I just recommend the Velocity if you need maximum breathing capabilities.

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Wonderful, so the only diff is the pc5 will auto tune off that map you have installed where as the PC3 will just use that map.

Thanks for all the great info

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You must purchase the Autotune Module seperately

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