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rg3 pipes on 312r

hey guys,

Did anybody put rg3 pipes to his f4 without removing the cat and changing the ecu set up?
if so how does it run?

thanks
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I would not advise that you do this.
The RG3 exhaust is part of a bigger picture: getting the air / fuel mixture into & out of the system faster. It should be installed with a free flowing air filter / free flowing headers (no catalytic converter) / matching engine control unit.
I'm probably confirming what you already know.

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hey guys,

Did anybody put rg3 pipes to his f4 without removing the cat and changing the ecu set up?
if so how does it run?

thanks
kiriakos
This is all I've done with the '08 F4312R here and have no issues. The bike is completely stock except for the F4312R slip-on, and it runs great, sounds great, doesn't overheat, doesn't hesitate, and flies like the wind. I would do it again easily.


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This is all I've done with the '08 F4312R here and have no issues. The bike is completely stock except for the F4312R slip-on, and it runs great, sounds great, doesn't overheat, doesn't hesitate, and flies like the wind. I would do it again easily.
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