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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-21-2017, 04:42 AM Thread Starter
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Hi guys just picked up my 10 model. Loving it. Just finished fitting a decat Austin racing half system. Love the sound, especially on upshifts. I've been doing some research and the web site says u don't need to get the bike tuned with this system . My bike now has a bit of a flat spot in it when your around 5-6 k on light throttle. About 7 it goes off its head.
Some owners say they didn't bother with a pcv but this is not making sense as I feel mine could be better. What do u guys think ? Cheers
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I've found the power commanders to be beneficial for me personally when I had them on my previous bikes. If nothing is holding you back from getting one, I'd say go for it.
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My bike now has a bit of a flat spot in it when your around 5-6 k on light throttle.

It will be hard to get rid of this flat spot for a short exhaust system.

Get a rapid bike.

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Do you have any videos of the bike?
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