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    PC for 2018 CB1000R

    Hi Dynojet uk, I'm fresh off the back of a Donington Park track day on my 2018 CB1000R. The bike performed very well but I can certainly feel where improvements can be made in it's fuelling and delivery.

    Is there any plans for a compatible Power Commander for the 2018 CB1000R?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crispy View Post
    Hi Dynojet uk, I'm fresh off the back of a Donington Park track day on my 2018 CB1000R. The bike performed very well but I can certainly feel where improvements can be made in it's fuelling and delivery.

    Is there any plans for a compatible Power Commander for the 2018 CB1000R?

    Yes, the 2018 bike is on the list to be developed. Although I am in need of a bike to do the development on. If you are interested, please contact me [email protected] or on 01995 600500 to discuss this.
    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dynojet UK View Post
    Yes, the 2018 bike is on the list to be developed. Although I am in need of a bike to do the development on. If you are interested, please contact me [email protected] or on 01995 600500 to discuss this.
    Richard
    Hi Richard, just dropped you an email. Very interested in getting a PC compatible to the 2018 CB1000R

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    Wow, Crispy, you were ballin' up that rear tire rubber!

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    Quote Originally Posted by extrapolator View Post
    Wow, Crispy, you were ballin' up that rear tire rubber!
    yah, nicely done! did you take the peg feelers off as an irritant, or what? I find them quite useful at track days, myself... I don't REALLY know how far heeled over I am otherwise...
    piling the mileage on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by doser View Post
    yah, nicely done! did you take the peg feelers off as an irritant, or what? I find them quite useful at track days, myself... I don't REALLY know how far heeled over I am otherwise...
    Subscribed, interested in the PC as well. Doing a number on that back tyre, well done

    Crispy, are you going for the full Akra headers by chance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by doser View Post
    I don't REALLY know how far heeled over I am otherwise...
    When you see track, sky, track, sky, track, sky...stop leaning...

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    Quote Originally Posted by extrapolator View Post
    Wow, Crispy, you were ballin' up that rear tire rubber!
    I try my best

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    Quote Originally Posted by doser View Post
    yah, nicely done! did you take the peg feelers off as an irritant, or what? I find them quite useful at track days, myself... I don't REALLY know how far heeled over I am otherwise...
    Personally I'd rather use the feel of the bike and track surface to judge the limits rather than the physical scrape of a peg feeler. I find the sudden scrape can surprise me and makes me sit the bike up a little. Not great mid corner

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apri11 View Post
    Subscribed, interested in the PC as well. Doing a number on that back tyre, well done

    Crispy, are you going for the full Akra headers by chance?
    I doubt it that I'll go for a full system as I'm not really into silly loud bikes. The dB limits on UK tracks is very often a limiting factor too. Keep the noise level down a little and ride more tracks is the winning combo for me at the mo

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