Right around 8000 rpm at that speed. I unhooked the battery after pipe installation thinking maybe the ECU would reset to new settings. Ran great right away. Still has stock fuel controller. Only intake and exhaust are aftermarket.
Sounds great. Your neighbors may not like it, but I figure it makes me more noticeable in traffic and doesn?t matter out in the country. I installed the exhaust for performance, though, and it was absolutely worth it.
These bikes come set very lean to pass emissions & get good fuel mileage and now by opening it up you have allowed more airflow through the motor. You really should get a fuel controller to add some additional fuel flow. I have that same exhaust & intake and had to add about 25% more fuel with a PCV to get the AFR back to a safe level. It may run great now, but they always do just before they let go. Good luck.
I have used both the PCV & Bazzaz systems on my other bikes and they both do a good job so it came down to being able to adjust the timing with the PCV. To be honest, I've done very little timing adjustment to it but the fuel mapping is huge. It will run so much better once you add some more fuel to it. Don't wait much longer.
Easy install on Bazzaz. Just a note: YouTube video gives different color for the three wire connector (blue) by the battery than the included instructions (red) for the scotch cap. The included instructions worked for my 2017.
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