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    You donít have to spend a fortune to have a great exhaust...

    The video here says it all really.
    Danmoto, Carbon GP, cost me $300 ish Aussie, delivered! Amazing deal and surprisingly good quality.
    oh, question to the gurus please. If I blank off the SAI and add an 02 sensor plug, will one of the arrow maps in the Tune ECU software help me accomodate these or should I get my local dealer to remap? Thank you in advance.
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    They do sound good Stumpi, can't quite see if the baffles have falling out or not. Not able to answer your question, but have no doubt that others will be able to help you.

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    $300?Where did you buy them.Got a link?
    Cheers.

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    Hi, goto Danmoto.com you want the gp carbons for the Speedy. Enjoy, I’m loving them I have to be honest...

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    Sadly you cant put the baffles in these cans... they’re made to slip in from the pipe end but the Speedy having skinny entry pipes won’t accommodate them. I’m not too bothered now, I really like as they are, the Edge has worn off now they’re a little settled after a few hundred kms...
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    They do sound good Stumpi, can't quite see if the baffles have falling out or not. Not able to answer your question, but have no doubt that others will be able to help you.

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    Hey Stumpi. Yeah, you can use just about any Map you want in Tune ECU and turn off the SAI and O2 sensors. All it really does is disable the check engine light when they're removed.

    Just open the Map you want to use, and deselect the appropriate check-boxes on the right (if they aren't already deselected) and save that as your personal custom map. Then download it into your ECU.

    Many of the better maps available with TuneECU already have these disabled. Your dealer will probably be hesitant to disable them for you. Just use TuneECU.
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