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New Exhaust....next steps?

Just fitted a set of RG3s and an Arrow decat pipe to my 2007 1000R.
Whats the best route for a remap?
I'm not looking for more power, just safe running.
There is a PC on UK ebay at the moment?
Or a microtek?

Would love to hear your experiences.

On another point, I bought a carbon hugger and chain guard from fleabay, and it fits, but the mountings are slightly different......Pre 2010 vs post 2010?????

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Hi John, if you buy a PC, you will need to get it Dyno tuned. For more money the Micritec is a far better option, and Chris at X-bikes has some great maps for the UK bikes and conditions.
As far as he hugger goes, yes mate, there is a difference between pre and post 2010 bikes. Next time use the forum sponsors, you might get the right parts then.

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If I was starting over and early on in my project I would go with the microtek.
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Hi John, if you buy a PC, you will need to get it Dyno tuned. For more money the Micritec is a far better option, and Chris at X-bikes has some great maps for the UK bikes and conditions.
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