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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-21-2010, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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Hello everyone, I've just been offered a set of RG3's for my F41000R I would like to know that if I fit just these would she run ok? I know the Xbikes (chris) does some fantastic tuning but I haven't got the funds yet! Would a chip from an AGO work in my 1000R or just a powercommanda?

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The chip from the ago will not work in your R. You can run just the RG3's without any other mods if you want. But I would install a PCIII and have it dyno tunned.

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Great thanks mate all I need now is a PC111 any offers welcome ;0)
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eGay is your best bet mate! http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/DYNOJ...Q5fAccessories

You need part number 730-411

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post #5 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-21-2010, 03:40 PM
Steve: Are you talking full system or just the slip on end pipes?


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but I pop in here from time to time
. Come to think of it I don't have a garage since the old one burnt down!
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But.....a new one is currently rising from the ashes......watch this space!
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Hi Steve..

How's it going ?

I think the Ago's use a different ignition ECU from the 1000R's..

Ring Chris up and get some advise, as he is the best person to talk to.

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Hi John I'm talking about the end cans. My 1000r has the later 312r's exhaust so rather 3 piece it's a two piece :0( I would have prefered the earlyer two piece so I could fit the de-cat.

Hey JDS how are you? hope your well and business is good ;0) I'm building mine back up again now and I'll speak to you in more detail about it soon.

I will drop Chris a line tomo and see what he recommends, I would love him to tune it but one step at a time at the mo!
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You could take your manifold out and take it to a muffler shop to have them cut it open on the cat portion, core it out weld it back shit.

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That is an option I've thought about. I'm getting a spare exhaust to do that so I don't ruin the one I've got but then she would really need setting up properly! I hope to get it ceramic coated next year too.
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That is an option I've thought about. I'm getting a spare exhaust to do that so I don't ruin the one I've got but then she would really need setting up properly! I hope to get it ceramic coated next year too.
I'm right there with you Steve.

I want to get an aftermarket exhaust system, sans cat, ceramic coated. Keeping my stock exhaust, well, stock.
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