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Yoshi exhaust? do i need a commander?

Hi guys.. i ordered a ehs controller off ebay.. and it wasn't in yet and its been itching me to ride so i did it.. i rode HARD all day.. it didn't backfire or anything i pulled the plug and its a nice golden color.. why!? i thought you could not run the bike without a controller? I have a YOSHI slip on and Uni filter
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A UNI filter and a slip on exhaust... you "should" run with a controller. You would really need to run a full exhaust to turn should into must. A slip on will not add much power, the real power comes from the aftermarket exhaust header. You will get a little extra power with a slip on, but not much.

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backfire usually is from un-burned fuel. Or too much fuel, and your running leaner now than stock. As far as the plug check, if it wasn't new before the ride, it's just the same color as from running your stock setup.

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Yea.. i realized that after when i was thinking why does everyone complain about getting red headers mines perfectly normal and than i looked down and it was red.. lol so I am not going to ride it until controller comes in , I am actually thinking of converting to a full exhaust, the fmf powerbomb? is that a good choice?
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Red header is usually a sign of running to lean. As far as the header, I'm not sure how many option's you even have with a slip on pipe.

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