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New exhaust without tune for how long

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liami
I want my new exhaust but have been putting off buying because I know that, as soon as I buy it, I'll want to put it on immediately. I will have to wait one more paycheck before I take it to a dyno near me and get custom tuned. I would like to wait to get the exhaust and install until right before tuning, but I'm impatient with the cagers getting too close everyday and not hearing me, even when I rev almost redline. How long could I go with a new exhaust before tuning it? Or should I just be patient and wait until I can get the tuning done asap? Want DNA air filter and air box cover, too

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762mm
You will not need a tune at all just changing the exhaust, but if you get the DNA stage two it will run very lean and a tune is recommended

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liami
So I can get the exhaust now, put it on, then tune it all to peak performance after the DNA filter?

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So I can get the exhaust now, put it on, then tune it all to peak performance after the DNA filter?
100% correct
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yamahazaki
I had my exhaust on for about a year before I did anything tune-wise.
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I had my exhaust on for about a year before I did anything tune-wise.
I have had my Arrows for about a year and the bike is running perfect, never tuned. 
 
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762mm
I know what I'm getting now! Lol
what exhaust are you looking to get?

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yamahazaki
I had my exhaust on for about a year before I did anything tune-wise.
I have had my Arrows for about a year and the bike is running perfect, never tuned. 

Yeah, truthfully I wouldn't have even had it tuned but I seriously couldn't stand the backfire/popping on decel.  If the FZ07 had smog pumps, I would've just put on 20 dollar block off plates and that would've been that but nooooooo I had to spend 300 bucks to get rid of it. 
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liami
Delkevic, I finally settled for that when I heard one on an aprilia tuono

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I have had my Arrows for about a year and the bike is running perfect, never tuned. 

Yeah, truthfully I wouldn't have even had it tuned but I seriously couldn't stand the backfire/popping on decel.  If the FZ07 had smog pumps, I would've just put on 20 dollar block off plates and that would've been that but nooooooo I had to spend 300 bucks to get rid of it.
Not everyone likes the side mounted Arrows but I just love it, and by mounting it like this (correct) there is no popping at all, must be because of more pipe lenght?

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liami
I don't like the side mount as much as the underbody, but the delkevic is cheaper, makes me heard easier, and sounds really really nice

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Delkevic, I finally settled for that when I heard one on an aprilia tuono
Not my cup of tea looks wise, but if its anything like the Arrows side mount, there vil be no popping on decel
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I don't like the side mount as much as the underbody, but the delkevic is cheaper, makes me heard easier, and sounds really really nice
you will be heard all right  P-)
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