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  1. #21

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    can I suggest this too to be added on the sticky thread?

    http://www.998cc.org/forum/gen-ii-mo...indicator.html
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  2. #22

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    Can someone post a link to the OEM lower cowls for Gen II please?....i cant seem to find them...

  3. #23

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    My FZ1 '09 is very quite. Would anybody recommend me how to make FZ1n louder?
    Not looking for more power but defo need some more voice. Any recommendations?

  4. #24

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    A basic slip-on would definitely do the job. There's a lot of selection for the FZ1 and many of them come with removable baffles to make it louder/quieter as you prefer.

    I'm a fan of the Yoshimura TRC Carbon for the second gen FZ1


    You could also consider a high flow air filter such as BMC or K&N and that may give you more induction noise at the front of the bike. If you do both, you may need to adjust the fuelling to compensate but I'm not positive about that one.
    Last edited by Dustin; 09-05-2016 at 12:35 PM.

  5. #25

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtlego View Post
    My FZ1 '09 is very quite. Would anybody recommend me how to make FZ1n louder?
    Not looking for more power but defo need some more voice. Any recommendations?
    If you want loud, take a look at a Mivv Suono slip-on muffler. The bike will sound like your in MotoGP lol

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    Guys, hi
    Could you tell me please, installing PCV(with SW for slip-on and intake), K&N will add barelly visible hp, or I need to flash ecu anyway?
    Slip-on MIVV GP already installed

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bnr54 View Post
    Guys, hi
    Could you tell me please, installing PCV(with SW for slip-on and intake), K&N will add barelly visible hp, or I need to flash ecu anyway?
    Slip-on MIVV GP already installed

    Thank you!

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    K&N won't add hp, the benefit is you can clean and re-oil it, instead of just buying new OEM filters. Cutting open the airbox intake inlet will let in more air and does need to be tuned to take advantage of the extra air and get you more hp. if you get a quality flash, you won't need a PCV. if you get a cheap flash that doesn't include fueling and timing adjustments, then yes you will need the pcv and it will need to be tuned on a dyno.

  8. #28

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    Ivans flash requires a pc. Not exactly “cheap” Vcyclenut and flashtune are the ones where you don’t need a pc.


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  9. #29

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    Ivan requires USA or Euro ECU, I have only Japaneese one...
    Gutting a cat is nessesary?

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