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post #1 of 55 (permalink) Old 12-31-2018, 11:56 AM Thread Starter
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Going to SC Project GP65 full system.

Guys, I知 going to pull the trigger on the SC Project GP65 full exhaust system for my 2016 AT. I知 assuming that I値l have to get remapped - anyone know ballpark what I can expect to pay for that service? Is it required?


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If you're in the UK expect to pay 」350ish
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Yes remap definitely required,i am going to go down the sc project route as i cannot live with how gutless my bike is BUT having just a can on the bike can actually make it LOSE even more power,so you will need a better air filter and a remap,cabby is right about 」350.
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I have a full akra on mine but no remap yet.
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Nice idea and a very good price for a full titanium swap. But, not for me.

But.. Let's see what it actually does for the bike. Before and after dyno would be great.

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Yes remap definitely required,i am going to go down the sc project route as i cannot live with how gutless my bike is BUT having just a can on the bike can actually make it LOSE even more power,so you will need a better air filter and a remap,cabby is right about 」350.
If you think a remap is for making your bike more powerfull you've bought the wrong bike.
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sc project

I know iv'e got the wrong bike,tried to sell it but couldn't even give it away,decided i am not going to lose all that money so stuck with it,so got to try and make it a bike i want to ride.
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Didn't you read the 90bhp specs before you bought it ?
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i never would have bought it if they would have let me take the mrs out on a test ride,but they let me take a brand new bike out with zero miles on it so i didn't take it over 4000rpm and iv'e had several 94hp bikes before like the triumph tiger 800 and that was more than adequate even 2up,it would absolutely annihilate my AT,it makes me wonder if there is something wrong with it,6000 revs everywhere otherwise there are cars queuing up to overtake me,it needs 20 more bhp,i am hoping the americans come up with a big bore kit or something,trouble is there is no road bike version where you could rob bits from.
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I am hoping with a full exhaust,better breathing filters and lots of dyno time i can maybe get 10bhp more[that will do for now] and with my new wheels which will enable me to go into bends 20mph faster it will make it seem quicker.
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