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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-10-2012, 11:07 PM Thread Starter
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F4 2010 Exhaust

What is the easiest way to increase the sound of a 2010 F4 without spending $$$$
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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-11-2012, 07:23 AM
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Unconnect the valve down near the rear brake!

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Please describe further? I take delivery of my F4 in two weeks. Thanks
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Unconnect the valve down near the rear brake!
Really?

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I too would like to know. I played with the nuts on both sides of the valve but couldn't get the valve wire off to save my life. Which bolt(s) need to be undone?
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I removed 2 bolts and a small plate - let the cables just hang there and you will see them open and close when your start the bike.

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Can you be more specific? There is one main big nut in the middle where I would guess the valve itself sits flanked by the two nuts on either side where the wire is. Should we unscrew both nuts and then the wire will slide off? Those nuts were a bitch to turn. I can post pics late tonight if that will help when I get off work.
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I will try and take a pic today it was6 months ago when I did it.

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How does it work to unleash the volume? Any performance gains or loss?
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It is to keep decibel noise down for noise laws undet 4000 revs or ???

I haven't noticed any difference in any area such as performance or fuel consumption.

Sorry will try and get pics today!

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