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post #11 of 30 Old 01-26-2018, 12:26 PM
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think your best bet is to buy a gen5.

I have a gen4 with degree cams, flash, full exh, filter... and Im not there with the gen5 power (flash + slip on).
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post #12 of 30 Old 01-26-2018, 01:04 PM
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You say without opening the motor & only bolt on's mmmmm that's a tough call to be on Parr with the latest S1000RR & 10RR I expect they also will be adding filters , systems & flashed tunes EHH . The best you can do is a good full system with filter add a quick shifter, & spend on a really good tune as Archer suggested Then it'll be down too your riding win the edge.
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flash ecu 10 times, that's good for 10hp per flash and add super air filter that's another 20hp, led lights and power commander another 20hp, more if you tune per led.
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flash ecu 10 times, that's good for 10hp per flash and add super air filter that's another 20hp, led lights and power commander another 20hp, more if you tune per led.


I feel completely inept at this point. I had no idea you could tune it per LED. What have I been doing with my life up to this point?
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Im trawling flee/bay right now for LED bolt on clusters way tooo go maybe get 1 RWHP per 1K LED
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I feel completely inept at this point. I had no idea you could tune it per LED. What have I been doing with my life up to this point?
I was just trying to fit in, with all the dumbest threads about lightest steel sprockets and the usual idiotic mail in "custom" ecu flashing, it's like watching McLaren Honduh race.
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Im trawling flee/bay right now for LED bolt on clusters way tooo go maybe get 1 RWHP per 1K LED
I meant one of them led kits ricers use to light up their honda civics lol.
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I was just trying to fit in, with all the dumbest threads about lightest steel sprockets and the usual idiotic mail in "custom" ecu flashing, it's like watching McLaren Honduh race.
Its not like you have to read those threads or even be here if you dislike it that much. Why just continue to post surly comments if only to take jabs at people? I dig your builds/threads man and have thought about hitting you up about MS info before but i didnt because i figured id get all attitude and 2% info. Watching F1's paint dry is a pretty hefty jab at forum mem's as im all to familiar with that shit show. Many times ive wanted to be a dick around here - and i have (especially in dead of winter lol), plenty, but ive also tried to reign it in a bit too...or just not post. I mean, damn i cant reply to EVERY Scout comment! ...Man i thought I was surly - lets get a beer sometime!

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I'm disappointed in the sticker recommendations. :-( Seriously, no Type-R , VTEC, or Hayabusa emblem recommendations. Posers! You want to talk about fast, but won't do the work to get there. ;-)
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Full exhaust, -1 +2, a really good tune for your bike, quick throttle and an air filter with some proof it works. This is not the fastest combination or the most you can do, but it is the cheapest best bang for money spent. The recommendations above are excellent, I wouldn't do more than head work, degree cams, and thinner head gasket.

Next lose weight either you, the bike, or a combo of the two. Then figure out how to get more aero dynamic. At high triple digits stream lining the air around you will make up for a lack of horsepower.

Learn to ride, practice getting to full throttle and always let off when you're ahead. :-)

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