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post #1 of 18 Old 07-29-2011, 08:36 AM Thread Starter
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Again I come to ask for your help.
I want to improve the performance of my xx.
I have a Yoshimura slip on, and a filter Kn.
I want more power
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Dynojet power commander 5, you will see a huge difference in the power. And you can go to their website and download the appropriate map for your bike.

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The Dynojet parece.me well. But this should not have complete exhaust?
Or do you just slip on the sufeciente is? not feel more power with the Yoshimura slip on
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A full exhaust will add a couple of horse power but the programmer will add the most. Im sure there is a map on the dynojet website for your setup.

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Again I come to ask for your help.
I want to improve the performance of my xx.
I have a Yoshimura slip on, and a filter Kn.
I want more power
First you'll need to get either a dobek or Powercommander. There are two million different threads of discussion on them so read up and decide which you prefer. After the addition of a programmer you'll need to get a full exhuast. Yoshimura doesn't offer a header for our bike so you'll need to sell your slip on in order to get a full exhaust.

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I'm trying to sell my Yoshimura ..
I saw that many of you guys use the EHS Performance Racing & Barker Big 3, in Portugal is not known. But I liked what I read in the club xx.
Will ship to Portugal?
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I'm trying to sell my Yoshimura ..
I saw that many of you guys use the EHS Performance Racing & Barker Big 3, in Portugal is not known. But I liked what I read in the club xx.
Will ship to Portugal?
Yes Eric at EHS will ship to Portugal. He's posted my Big 3 to the UK.

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Hello my friends
I'm really torn between the Dynojet Power Commander and the dynojet EHS
which will be better with my Yoshimura?
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I guess that depends on what your plans are for your bike. If all you ever plan on doing is a slip on pipe and filter. The EHS programmer will work great. If your gonna do a full on motor build. Then you should probably get the Power commander.
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Do not have plans to tamper with the engine, but I do not know if it's worth buying the programmer EHS for yoshimura, or if the Commander will be better.
which programmer adapts best to yoshimura with open air box?
I can buy the comander much cheaper
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