It's becoming more popular here lately, and 58cycle's price is hard to beat.Art Vandelay said:This http://store.58cycle.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=techlusionbox seems to be pretty popular. I am concidering this myself.
andyauger said:Do nothing. Consider the cost vs. the potential HP increase. Factor in your riding (do you ever race this bike?) and see if the hundreds of dollars required are worth it. You are talking about (very roughly) $70 per HP for a total of about 10 HP peak.
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Good point Andy, but you don't think a remap or other like fuel adjustment is required w/ full sys? Many shops charge $60-100 for a remap w/yosh box, which has been rumored to be not-so effective on the sv's 16bit ecm.storz said:So I will be getting a full M4 system here in the very near future....
Yeah, but you only live once. Might as well enjoy it, so spend your cash on anything you want. I know I will. :wink: JK Andy very good points, just didn't want anyone to get confused and think it was ok to do a f/s w/o remap. Afterall, he was asking about an alternative to a PC3, not whether or not a full exhaust was worth cost to hp gained ratio.andyauger said:If you install a full system you should remap, no doubt. What I'm stating is the unpopular opinion that the pipes and remap are not worth it for the relatively puny usable horsepower gains. If you're competing on the track, that's different. If you're trying to out muscle I-4s, that's futile. It's a considerable investment, approaching 10% of the cost of the bike. In the end if you've got to have those pipes you'd better budget in a remap of some sort.
Either, Or. The mfg sends a list of settings for many bikes, and also has them posted in their tech forum.MDG said:would the TFI work with a full yosh TRS system? And how would you remap it and know where to dial the TFI in at...just e-mail the company and tell them what setup your running...or just fidel around with it?
mine was running rich, but it seems to have fixed itself. I pulled the snorkel out of the box, and it started to get a little smokey, then I pulled the restrictor out of the muffler, and all is back to normal, it has awesome mid range, like, I almost pee'd myself when I got into it since it hadn't accelerated that hard before.gahdzila said:Our bikes run a little lean anyway, and any performance mods like exhaust or air intake will make it run leaner. Why would you want to lean out the air/fuel mixture?