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post #1 of 16 Old 03-16-2010, 02:18 PM Thread Starter
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HMF slip-on

Do I need to EFI tuner with a HMF slip-on?? Ive heard yes from some people and no from others...im confused. Could somebody help me out please.

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Only if you want to go faster and have better throttle response.

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...and you don't want it to kill when you stab the throttle all the time.



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2nd on what Skier said. Are you looking for performance or better sound with the slip on?

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Do you loose performance and drivability with the slip-on products???

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"the slip-on products" A slip-on is referring to mufflers. It's not a line of products. No, you do not lose performance when installing a slip-on. Skier's comment was sarcasm.

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What is the end result? Do you need a programer with a slip on? I am in the same boat. I want a better sound without going crazy. To me the machine is fast enough....I only do trail riding for fun and I am not looking to win any races.
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https://www.club700xx.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2634

Basically what is being said is a slip on and filter is as far as you can go without a programmer but the programmer is recommended.
Myself I'm going with a filter first (cheapest, already ordered), the slip-on and finally a programmer (most expensive) as the funds become available.
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mine runs just fine with my 2 bros exhaust and i don't have a programmer
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StepNez. If you are just in it for the sound there are exhaust tips that make it throatier. I picked one up from 2R Racing for about forty. I too couldnt spend the money on a exhaust right yet. I love the sound and it looks nice too.

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