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Hey everyone. I'm new to the forum, it looks pretty good.
I was wondering if anyone else has experienced some back firing when deaccelerating after they have installed a Two Bros carbon slip on. I reckon it sounds kinda cool, but can this hurt the engine in any way?
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I have this too. I had been told by my dealer a quick tune with correct this and it shouldn't harm the engine in anyways. I'm getting a tune next week so ill see what difference it makes to the sound, if any...


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Hey everyone. I'm new to the forum, it looks pretty good.
I was wondering if anyone else has experienced some back firing when deaccelerating after they have installed a Two Bros carbon slip on. I reckon it sounds kinda cool, but can this hurt the engine in any way?
Cheers:)
Yeah i get the same thing, not sure wether good or bad.

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All about the tune.

My R6 is tuned okay but definitely not where it should be with the mods it has, so everytime I shift at high RPM's, it is followed by a gun-sounding bang. I may get the AFM for my Bazzaz someday so it will automatically tune it to the proper configuration, but for now, it's alright.
 

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Ok sweet!! I do like the sound anyway haha. I might as well leave it then because I only plan to have the 300 until next November when I get off my RE license then hopefully the next Gen ZX10R should be pretty close :p
 

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All about the tune.

My R6 is tuned okay but definitely not where it should be with the mods it has, so everytime I shift at high RPM's, it is followed by a gun-sounding bang. I may get the AFM for my Bazzaz someday so it will automatically tune it to the proper configuration, but for now, it's alright.
Man, my R6 was terrible for blowing flames out the exhaust. Mine was a 2000 (carbed) with Micron full system high mount and it would blow a huge flame on command. Scared the crap out of some friends with it. I miss that bike...

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Man, my R6 was terrible for blowing flames out the exhaust. Mine was a 2000 (carbed) with Micron full system high mount and it would blow a huge flame on command. Scared the crap out of some friends with it. I miss that bike...

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I would love it if the 300 was doing that.
 

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That's a good thing to know that it's normal. But if you wanted it tune, would the dealer tune it or would it have to be another bike shop?
 

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Man, my R6 was terrible for blowing flames out the exhaust. Mine was a 2000 (carbed) with Micron full system high mount and it would blow a huge flame on command. Scared the crap out of some friends with it. I miss that bike...

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My buddies old GSXR SRAD did the same. Every shift produced a flame. Was funny following him down a non-lit road at night.

I followed this old school GSXR 1000 once that had a dual exhaust come from both sides of the rear tire that was definitely improperly tuned. Every shift or downshift would produce flames. Looks cool but, not healthy.

Don't bring your bike to the dealer to tune it. Maps will begin popping up with pre-determined tunes that are simple to input into the software that runs the tuning module. I'd just wait for them, or, bring it to a custom bike shop (Make sure its reputable, and deals with whatever tuning device you buy) to get it custom tuned.
 
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