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    Re: Yoshi R77D vs Standard can video comparison

    looks and sounds great, carbon deffinately the right choice
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    Re: Yoshi R77D vs Standard can video comparison

    very nice

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    Re: Yoshi R77D vs Standard can video comparison

    Feck it im ordering one tomorrow,seeing the video and hearing it has done it for me,getting the R77D carbon, love the look of it and sounds sweet

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    Re: Yoshi R77D vs Standard can video comparison

    I gotta feeling these are gonna get popular, been looking at these myself for a few weeks now and have also decided to take the plunge after seeing the video.
    Now what's gonna look best on a tricolour, stainless or carbon?

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    Re: Yoshi R77D vs Standard can video comparison

    Awesome looking /sounding can ,but if the graph below is anything to go by ,i wouldn't expect any noticeable power gains .ZX-10 fitted with the R77D
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    Re: Yoshi R77D vs Standard can video comparison

    I wouldn't go by the graph, even if it's not a huge gain in performance its a huge gain in every other way and lets face it, the bike is hardly a slouch in performance to start with.

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    Re: Yoshi R77D vs Standard can video comparison

    Not bothered about small power gain, CB's fast enough for me, but reckon i.ll have a bigger grin on me face when its fiitted

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    Re: Yoshi R77D vs Standard can video comparison

    The weight savings you get with the Yoshi is worth it.I had mine dyno'd with the Yoshi two weeks ago.It added about 6 hp.The reason I had it dyno'd mostly was for them to make me a map for the PCV.

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    Re: Yoshi R77D vs Standard can video comparison

    That graph for the ZX-10 is a slip on, while the R-77D for the CB is a 3/4 system and may get more gains. The weight savings, sound and the looks still make it worth it even if it's only 5-10hp. My biggest concern and question is if the PC is needed. I know everyone has their opinion on this but has anyone ever ran the stock bike on a dyno, recorded the air/fuel and then installed the yoshi and looked at the air/fuel after? Seems like this would end this debate forever. I added some graphs of when I had my car tuned a couple of times. On the 8psi dyno you can clearly see the air/fuel ratio all across the rev range. Has anyone ever done this on a stock CB to get a baseline? My 11psi dyno graph just shows the peak air/fuel but I'm sure the tuner could of plotted air/fuel if I asked. As you can see on the right hand side, it would still show if it ever ran lean during the run. This would be a simple way to settle this whole de-cat lean fueling debate once and for all.
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    Re: Yoshi R77D vs Standard can video comparison

    i thought a zx 10 was a highly tuned engine,where as the cb1000r was a detuned engine,
    and to be honest we'll have the pc or not to pc debate for ever and a day.
    All i know is i've fitted one runs spot on ,i dont ride like casey or pedrosa i'm happy going fast but have no desire to get a naked bike to do 160 plus.
    but hey i dont walk round with a walnut clenched between me arse cheeks ,wondering if its gunna break or not

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