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    Yoshimura r77d 3/4

    Morning all
    Just bought this superb looking can with dcat pipe
    It's the track use can, yoshimura recommend a power ommander for better fueling,
    Has anyone run this can without a power commander? From what I can tell it runs fine without, notice better midrange grunt too! So not worth spending 300 plus on pc... Any thoughts guys?

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    Save your money m8.. iv'e had the R 77D for about a year now ..no PC runs fine

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    I fitted a R-77 and never fitted a Power Commander at first..It ran fine..It idled a little lumpy and was a little jerky around roundabouts..I believe it was running a little rich but it wasn't doing any damage..I would of been happy leaving it like that but i was offered a PC5 at a really great price..Eventually i fitted the PC5 and downloaded a free map and it definately made a difference..Then i got the thing Dyno tuned and was very happy with the results..(I mean extremely happy..)So glad i had it done..Big increase in HP and torque..Fuel consumption is spot on too..
    But if you can't afford a PC i wouldn't worry about it..It's not essential..Just fitting the Yoshi is a great improvement by itself..
    But for optimum performance and fuel consumption i do recommend a PC and Dyno tune..You won't regret it one bit..

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    Thanks guys think I will run it as it is, if its not going yo trash the engine

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    Fuel consumption would be better in Oz.. they only got long straight dusty roads.. get up to 70 thats what they poodle along at... no winding it on coming out a corner.. there aint none... thats how they can afford to waste £300 o a PC , its what they save on petrol a month... Gday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Nice View Post
    Fuel consumption would be better in Oz.. they only got long straight dusty roads.. get up to 70 thats what they poodle along at... no winding it on coming out a corner.. there aint none... thats how they can afford to waste £300 o a PC , its what they save on petrol a month... Gday
    Ha ha harr..We have many good roads here.Through the mountains,down the freeways,motorways..We actually have a state here where some of the roads have no speed limit..Not where i live unfortunately..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaydee View Post
    Ha ha harr..We have many good roads here.Through the mountains,down the freeways,motorways..We actually have a state here where some of the roads have no speed limit..Not where i live unfortunately..

    and you got warm sunshine freezing here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Nice View Post
    and you got warm sunshine freezing here
    Oh yes..nice sunshine indeed..Here's a pic from the weekend.Name:  DSCN2993.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaydee View Post
    Oh yes..nice sunshine indeed..Here's a pic from the weekend.Name:  DSCN2993.jpg
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    Arggghhhh! stop it stop it stop it !!! we're all suffering here in Blighty with our biz weather !!! looks lovely there - it's horrible here !

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    i have the 3/4 r77 on mine. it runs fine. i bought a bmc filter but am not gonna install it until i reflash my ecu. our dyno said 115 hp with only the pipe.

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