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CandyRedRC46

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About CandyRedRC46

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  • Birthday 12/21/1985

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    Orlando, FL
  • In My Garage:
    2007 VFR800 Candy Glory Red
    Two Bothers full system, pipercross filter, Rapid Bike, R1 Front End

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  1. Did you even read the thread or search at all?
  2. Most of the snatchy-ness is due to the factory o2 sensors and their purpose. Disabling them is a double edged sword. Honda uses them to go into an ultra lean burn closed loop fuel tuning, say about 15:1 AFR, when under light/steady throttle conditions and in 2 valve. On one side, they make for great mpg's and very clean emissions, but on the other side this lean burn causes lean surging and when you move the throttle, you will be going in and out of closed loop fuel injection and lean burn, causing abrupt throttle transition. If you disable them, you will lose the lean surging and snachyness, but you will also lose a few mpgs and gain some exhaust fumes.
  3. Don't you say that about staintune! :P
  4. I guess it could be possible, heck okay, sorry lets give the dealer the benefit of the doubt :)
  5. The last ecu only went under closed loop tuning, while steady/light throttle cruising. I doubt this one is much different. I could be wrong though. Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  6. Lol that dealer is either ill-informed or hoping that you are.
  7. Fifth gen =\= VTEC Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  8. 4-5 hp of top end on the Two brothers vs 98/99 header and 1 hp on KN vs Pipercross filter sounds about right. Nothing earth shattering, but definitely a noticeable gain. It will be interesting to see if the Big K&N can out the Pipercross. Worth noting, that big K&N looks to have about 24 pleats vs the smaller K&N's 15 folded pleats... More dirt capacity and more flow?
  9. You're welcome.
  10. Power commander 3, does not support map by gear. You will need a power commander 5 to have map by gear. Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  11. You should send the aftermarket rr back and order a genuine shindingen rr from roadstercycle.com Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  12. I have been summoned Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  13. This almost sounds like you have a two brothers or erion racing header, which has a slightly angled outlet. I have one of those headers mounted on a sixth gen with a sixth gen slip on. What I did was cut the slip on's mid pipe, adjusted the angle and then welded. That's what I would do. Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  14. I put mine in 1st gear and had my wife sit on it while holding both brakes, then broke all the nuts and bolts loose, before putting it on the stand and removing the wheel/caliper/chain/sprocket etc... First gear alone might be enough with a good impact gun, but without an impact you will probably want/need to have a buddy sit and mash the brakes.
  15. Just to add to it, you will need a 46mm socket and torque to 152ft/lbs. Probably going to want a 3/4 inch 6 point impact socket, a big ass 3/4 breaker bar or impact driver and a big torque wrench that reads over 200 ft/lbs.