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post #1 of 21 Old 07-02-2010, 10:51 PM Thread Starter
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the pipe showed it went back on back order, but i had one end up shipping out!!

expect a full test write up in a couple of weeks (it will show up when im on vacation...) cant wait....

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R U Talking about the SR4 and if so then you could do a search and there are some write up about it which I have one and they are good, had them send me a core silencer with a spark arrestor installed and was able to bring the exhaust down to a quiter sound.

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sorry to be off topic... nash i thought you had the supertrapp?
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i looked up that thread good stuff!

how do you like it so far? any issues? thanks!

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Have both but my mid-pipe for the Supertrapp was leaking so am waiting to get another build for it and during that time I'm using my original SR4 which is as good but I just love my Supertrapp sound.

No issues at all with the SR4, if you can, use the PCIII controller with Bo maps and it will run real good.

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Have both but my mid-pipe for the Supertrapp was leaking so am waiting to get another build for it and during that time I'm using my original SR4 which is as good but I just love my Supertrapp sound.

No issues at all with the SR4, if you can, use the PCIII controller with Bo maps and it will run real good.
i figured there wouldnt be issues. ive seen a few different 450 pipes from motoworks and they look top notch for sure.

i will primarily be riding at 5000' altitude and above so the stock map should do fine for now. ive been thinking about trying the wiseco fuel controller. it says its base is the stock map then you can adjust it from there. ive always wondered, is the pcIII the same way ? i always just figured the came preset with their own tune, then you adjust from it.

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well got a chance to put some quality time with the new pipe.

the stock map is lean even at this altitude. it doesnt pop or ping noticably but the headpipe is blue almost all the way to the plastic and the end cap is clean.

wiseco controller should be here by the end of the week.

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got it installed wow they have enough wire!

messed with it for 5 minutes at the shop nice difference!! cant wait to put some real time on it.

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put some pix up!!!
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