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Hi guys,
I wanna know why you re all talking about removing the second butterfly?
I have a full racing line Akra and a GPACK to pop up the anti pollution regulations (europe norms) done at the black box and that s it!
I d rather tell that I am using my bike exlusively on racetrack and to get something extremly brutal does not interest me.
In the meantime, if you tell me that I should! it probably means also that I need at least a PCIII isnt'it ?
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if you wanna know then why dont you take the time to read the damn thread(S)!?

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Hi guys,
I wanna know why you re all talking about removing the second butterfly?
I have a full racing line Akra and a GPACK to pop up the anti pollution regulations (europe norms) done at the black box and that s it!
I d rather tell that I am using my bike exlusively on racetrack and to get something extremly brutal does not interest me.
In the meantime, if you tell me that I should! it probably means also that I need at least a PCIII isnt'it ?
Thanks
you have a full system and you dont have a pc3 already? thats sounds dangerous specially if you plan on tracking the bike, i say pull the secondaries and get a pc3 and atleast put a downloaded map on it, if not a custom map to get the optimum air/fuel ratio, just my

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@silver : no I don't and my GPACK plays the role of the PCIII factory ...
but what is the benefit you found compared to conventional?

@hesaves : well... ok I did not know, I gonna try to find it!
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if you wanna know then why dont you take the time to read the damn thread(S)!?
I think maybe he's looking for a racer's opinion.

There is some comments in one of those threads by BKNinja, he's a track nut.
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I think maybe he's looking for a racer's opinion.

There is some comments in one of those threads by BKNinja, he's a track nut.
you re right and thanks Andy
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I think maybe he's looking for a racer's opinion.

There is some comments in one of those threads by BKNinja, he's a track nut.
yeah heaves, what's with all the hostility?
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yeah heaves, what's with all the hostility?
He was abused as a child, it's not his fault...
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