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Location : Macclenny Florida
Registration date : 2017-02-07

PostSubject: A little to quite    Tue 7 Feb 2017 - 8:00

Hey folks. Well I just got my 08 b king and I love the bike. The issue I have is that it is a little to quite. Looking to change the exhaust. Any suggestions and would I need to remap the bike.
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PostSubject: exhaust   Tue 7 Feb 2017 - 9:50

Welcome, fellow Floridian. You do not need to re-flash if your thinking of just a slip on type exhaust. I have two bros but they're not making them anymore. I would look into Woolick Racing re-flashing. They have several types of options. You will need a newer version of windows, i.e. 7 or higher.  Look at the videos they have. You, of course, can go as far with your mods you'd like but you will lose fuel mileage. One other thing is to look at removing the emission canister. Simple and cleans up the look.
Best to you fellow B-Kinger.
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PostSubject: Re: A little to quite    Tue 7 Feb 2017 - 17:18

welcome to the forum as said no need to re-flash , I done this mod and am happy with the results


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PostSubject: Re: A little to quite    Wed 8 Feb 2017 - 17:07

I run Yoshimura TRC slipons, which are tucked under the stock covers. Thanks to this I kept the original look while sheding some weight from the tail section and gained sweet, rumbling sound. No ECU flash/ fuel maps required.

If you are interested in my mod, click the link in my description, below the post.

Name: Tom
Bike: Black 2008 B-King
Current mods/addons:
-set of OES sliders (frame, swingarm, forks),
-set of black Beowulf rad covers,
-SS Yoshimura TRC exhaust under stock covers [Tutorial on how to do it]
-TwoBrothers JuiceBox PRO,
-TwoBrothers air filter,

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