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descriptionHello to all, new to forums, new to BKing ownership EmptyHello to all, new to forums, new to BKing ownership

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Hello, thanks for the forum. I bought a BKing end of last summer, has all the stock pieces, plus a yoshi muffler under the seat. I am considering deleting the cat and ecv and remapping. I will search the topics first. Anyone gets out to Vancouver hit me up, would love to go for a ride, any pace is good, I mean at least within my ability. I look forward to growing old with this bike, and learning more from those before me.
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Welcome. Fun bikes. Mine has the Yoshi as well. If you delete the cats and ECV, it will be a lot louder than it is now. I already wear ear plugs with them as it is now. Not sure I want it any louder. I found once, a company in Germany that makes a pipe that replaces the section where the ECV and cat resides. It was like $350, or more. Just wow!

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Welcome Jem.
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