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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 04-14-2019, 09:55 PM Thread Starter
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Hello from ny

Hi guys I'm new here thanks in advance

I have few questions about my rc8r specially with the backfire on deceleration after installing the slip on exhaust bike feels weird but the sound is great ...

Hope there is no motor damage since is low mileage 2200

I need to get my bike dyno tune so ....so I would like to know what setting the bike needs since I don't wanna no popping noise and get the best performance possible ....

Bike is stock except the slip on

Thanks a lot
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Hey welcome to the forum. Lots of good advice around here. Stock bike with slip on will nearly always result in backfire on deceleration. Anecdotally a bit less if you leave the db killers in place. There will be a more thorough and correct answer in here for sure.

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TuneECU can be used for the RC8s, works well and plenty of maps about.

Is the bike completely stock or have any mods other than the exhaust ?
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Hey welcome to the forum. Lots of good advice around here. Stock bike with slip on will nearly always result in backfire on deceleration. Anecdotally a bit less if you leave the db killers in place. There will be a more thorough and correct answer in here for sure.
Thanks a lot man but do t have the db killer
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TuneECU can be used for the RC8s, works well and plenty of maps about.

Is the bike completely stock or have any mods other than the exhaust ?
Complete stock

Don't know much about maps dan you give me some advise in how to deal with dyno tune cuz I don't wanna get there and tell the guy

Hey my bike is backfiring fix it up or give the full power to the guy Mess with my computer

Thanks a lot
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Cool Welcome and...

Welcome to the site and where bouts in NY are ya I'm in Syracuse and always looking to ride, enjoy the site, lots of good people and lots of info to read,...
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Welcome to the site and where bouts in NY are ya I'm in Syracuse and always looking to ride, enjoy the site, lots of good people and lots of info to read,...
Thank man for the reply I'm live in westchester county I don't ride a lot man I keep it local

Take care man thanks again for the reply

✌️Ride safe out there
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Watch that, come back with next questions.

My question though
If you've spoken to Dyno man, what is he planning on using ? You can't just take to a dyno and say "Tune that".... He needs a process/hardware to connect to the ECU and then change/manipulate the data ?

Sometimes that's a direct ECU flash, sometimes a power commander, sometimes TuneECU... .but you'd have to ask him what he'll use for your specific bike. Not many 'know' TuneECU and not many know it well enough to define tables/parameters etc.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbw9tI5gRCU

Watch that, come back with next questions.

My question though
If you've spoken to Dyno man, what is he planning on using ? You can't just take to a dyno and say "Tune that".... He needs a process/hardware to connect to the ECU and then change/manipulate the data ?

Sometimes that's a direct ECU flash, sometimes a power commander, sometimes TuneECU... .but you'd have to ask him what he'll use for your specific bike. Not many 'know' TuneECU and not many know it well enough to define tables/parameters etc.
Dude thanks a lot for the reply I figured that now I'll be calling this place in New Jersey call motorcycle mall in Belleville nj
They will be open at 10 am

But I got it talk to the guys there check it out if you have time and tell me what you think I believe they know their stuff since I see s1000rr and H2 getting tune there plus some good reviews
let me know

Thanks I'll keep you posted
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbw9tI5gRCU

Watch that, come back with next questions.

My question though
If you've spoken to Dyno man, what is he planning on using ? You can't just take to a dyno and say "Tune that".... He needs a process/hardware to connect to the ECU and then change/manipulate the data ?

Sometimes that's a direct ECU flash, sometimes a power commander, sometimes TuneECU... .but you'd have to ask him what he'll use for your specific bike. Not many 'know' TuneECU and not many know it well enough to define tables/parameters etc.
Dude I spoke with the service manager there and he said I must buy a power commander in order for these guys tune my bike properly I call the company in Las Vegas and they are sending me a pc5 they said is the latest model once the pc is on my bike they can probably help I hope I did the right thing without and I'm on the right track ..... let me know dude what you think any more advise will be appreciated

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