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post #1 of 8 Old 04-04-2015, 01:42 AM Thread Starter
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programmer needed for exhaust?

Hi, I'm considering buying a new exhaust for my 2013 probably two bros or yoshimura off of revzilla. Would i need a programmer to compensate for these systems if so what one do you guys recommend? Also, any chance of knowing any other exhausts that will fit OEM side luggage? thank you sorry if there is already a thread i couldn't find one
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post #2 of 8 Old 04-04-2015, 03:29 AM
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Not needed for the 650.

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No programmer needed, I just installed a two brothers on my 2013 650, sounds sweet, nice deep tone. I picked it up used on ebay, it came with a p3 tip. So far I have left it open, will probably keep it that way.
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Sweet thank you for the replies. Also just one more question before i pull the trigger how is the two brothers at highway speed (70 mph) is it annoyingly loud?
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I took it up to 70 yesterday after installing it, I didn't find it annoying. On long trips I wear hearing protection regardless, especially if I'm going to be on four lanes.
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I've had a two brothers on my 2011 Wee for awhile now and I really like it. I ran it without the power tip for about a month and it sounds really awsome at idle. Unbelievably deep rumble, but for me it became overpowering in traffic. I added the power tip ( the quieter of the two available tips ) and now I am very happy with it. There is a very good write up in the product review section by member Xtra Crispy. I did no other mods to intake or fueling and it runs fine.



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Yoshimira for me. i like it. it seems a little rought right off of idle with out the silencer. with the included Yoshimira silencer it runs the same as stock and i like the noise level. i have noticed with other bikes that a less resistive exhaust has made them run lean just off of idle and fuel management device would sometimes cure the off idle roughness and sometimes it would not.
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