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    De Cat pipe

    Has anybody fitted a De Cat pipe with the standard silencer?

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    Re: De Cat pipe

    Yes but then I modded the original can as there wasn't really that much difference in sound.
    Now after modding the original there's a really nice sweet rip.
    There's a few others on here that have done the same mod and you can look in the search section to find different ways of modding the can if you want.

    Also, when you fit the de-cat, remember to unclip/disconnect the lambda sensor BEFORE unscrewing it off and then screw it back on before reconnecting or you might break the wire as it's quite thin.

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    Re: De Cat pipe

    Did you fit a PC5?

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    Re: De Cat pipe

    No and it's fine, the throttle is a bit more responsive, so depending on road condition and going through traffic it can feel jerky 'depending in which gear your in as well'.
    2008 model with 10,000 miles, never missed a beat 'even with a holed radiator'.

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    Re: De Cat pipe

    My bike had a de-cat pipe fitted when I got it, I ran if for a couple or three months and wasn't happy with the 'surging' at a constant throttle opeinings so fitted a PC-V this tidied up the throttle response and I'm now very happy with the bike, I don't know if the 'surging' was caused by having a decat as I never rode the bike without it but put this down to the ECU running closed-loop which the PC removes.

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