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?
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.
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
If its got for race use only stamped on exhaust its illegal , if it worries you , you can get e mark or Bsau stickers to go over that.
Any way feck the old bill, :twofin , oops did i already mention that
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