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Old Feb 8th 2015, 07:04 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by PUMPDAD View Post
I thought the welds were pretty good on this kit!

Suppose its the same as going into Burger King,the actual food is nothing like the pictures...but still tasty though
That's not what I meant but nice analogy! Your system is what they show in the Termignoni ad but the actual production Termignoni is mediocre.
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Old Feb 8th 2015, 07:43 PM   #22
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And another
That's one dead-sexy exhaust! Just wondering how will the rear tire not rub up against the pipes in the first/last pic when the tire comes up to temp?
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Old Feb 9th 2015, 05:26 AM   #23
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I managed to still have the fan on as the bike runs even hotter than stock,and I use bike now & again on road. Had to pretty much cut the crap out of the fan shroud to allow clearances,and then cover anything within an inch of the pipes in alu foil due to heat it gives off!

I think its the angle the pics were taken,as theres a good inch gap betwen the tyre and pipe.
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Old Feb 10th 2015, 12:17 AM   #24
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Are you planning on getting the bike tuned? I would be interested to see the torque and power curve to see if it dods anything to the mid range or if it just helps top end
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Old Feb 10th 2015, 01:21 AM   #25
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Are you planning on getting the bike tuned? I would be interested to see the torque and power curve to see if it dods anything to the mid range or if it just helps top end
I had the bike remapped with the SSTK BSB map with my previous 300+ and it was a totally different bike in terms of usable power. Dont need to touch the mapping with this new system. It also makes an awsome 'crack' when shifting up through the gears, I try and time it right when going past another bike/car and they s**t themselves
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Old Feb 10th 2015, 02:33 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by PUMPDAD View Post
I had the bike remapped with the SSTK BSB map with my previous 300+ and it was a totally different bike in terms of usable power. Dont need to touch the mapping with this new system. It also makes an awsome 'crack' when shifting up through the gears, I try and time it right when going past another bike/car and they s**t themselves
Can you post a sound clip? I would love to hear that beauty scream!
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Old Feb 12th 2015, 07:43 AM   #27
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Who did the remap & what was the cost. Thanks
I know Kaemna offer SSTK map but I think it's done with are Rexxer ?
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Old Feb 12th 2015, 08:54 AM   #28
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Who did the remap & what was the cost. Thanks
I know Kaemna offer SSTK map but I think it's done with are Rexxer ?
I had Steve at Moto Rapido remap it here in the UK. Price was 500GBP
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Old Feb 12th 2015, 04:01 PM   #29
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I have the SSTK headers installed on mine, which is +160mm
It appears from the photos of your system my SSTK front header
is same as the +300 WSB, obviously the issue is obtaining correct
Rear header pipe length in such a tight compact area, thanks for
pics & info

By the way my SSTK kit came with a modified fan housing so it could
be retained. However I removed fan as I have a MAC oil cooler kit
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Old Feb 13th 2015, 06:46 AM   #30
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Originally Posted by sean999r View Post
I have the SSTK headers installed on mine, which is +160mm
It appears from the photos of your system my SSTK front header
is same as the +300 WSB, obviously the issue is obtaining correct
Rear header pipe length in such a tight compact area, thanks for
pics & info

By the way my SSTK kit came with a modified fan housing so it could
be retained. However I removed fan as I have a MAC oil cooler kit
Do you still have the carbon oil cooler shield and would be willing to sell? Im wanting one but no other company makes them besides the DP manifold kit?!

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