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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-19-2012, 12:54 PM Thread Starter
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Finally decided on Austin racing system and a rapidbike module

After much deliberating I've ordered the Austin Racing stainless system with v3 titanium can.

I've also decided on a rapidbike module for the fuelling although not sure on whether to go for the evo or racing ecu.

After realising Austin Racing are a uk company I'm taking the bike to them to fit the system and rapidbike and get it mapped. System should be available in a few weeks watch this space.


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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-19-2012, 01:09 PM
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there is more flexibility with mapping with the Rapidbike module, including ignition changes.

there is also more potential for getting things wrong. I know a guy who blew his K1200R motor by getting too aggressive with the ignition mapping.

PCVs are pretty safe - the worst you can do is dampen power delivery by over-fueling. But if you know what you are doing, Rapidbike has more power potential. Their customer support is also excellent.

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The ignition timing bit was worrying me but you only get that on the race module not the evo. However as they are interchangeable between bikes and some bikes benefit from the ignition mapping I'm tempted to get it anyway and just leave the ignition mapping alone.


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Did you have the exhaust and the RapidBike ECU installed? What sort of power was it making? Dyno chart?

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Hey # Marcus 81 firstly you chose the right exhaust n if you want your ears to bleed get the 60mm internals lol I just installed a full inconel ar22 with 60mm internals n the v3 can with pcv n autotune had a custom map done went from standard output if 184 to 197 rwhp on a shitty hot humidity day to lol had to put the dbkiller in but will be removing it on track days for sure lmfao


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You will not be disappointed in choosing Austin Racing. I took my bike to Rich Austin too and have been extremely happy with the results.
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Hey # Marcus 81 firstly you chose the right exhaust n if you want your ears to bleed get the 60mm internals lol I just installed a full inconel ar22 with 60mm internals n the v3 can with pcv n autotune had a custom map done went from standard output if 184 to 197 rwhp on a shitty hot humidity day to lol had to put the dbkiller in but will be removing it on track days for sure lmfao


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I'm hoping the exchange rates will get better so I can afford one.haha Otherwise, it will be an Arrow system going under the bike soon.


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After much deliberating I've ordered the Austin Racing stainless system with v3 titanium can.

I've also decided on a rapidbike module for the fuelling although not sure on whether to go for the evo or racing ecu.

After realising Austin Racing are a uk company I'm taking the bike to them to fit the system and rapidbike and get it mapped. System should be available in a few weeks watch this space.


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