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Thread: OT: New pipes!

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    OT: New pipes!

    Man I jsut got my old Road King back, dang! VH Big Shot True Duals, Ness Big Sucker, and a PCIII. What a difference! I had stage I before, but man this thing smokes now! The pipes are so sweet, easy to crack man!
    Just had to brag alittle as I am so happy with the increased performance and sound!

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    Ok, at the risk of sounding like a moron, whats a ness big sucher and a PCIII. The true duals I get. One more idiotic question, is a road king a harley?? Please excuse my lack of knowledge!! Gregg
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    HA!
    Yes, Harley bagger. Big Sucker is a free flowing (no restrictions) air filter and the PCIII is a Power Commander which is an electronic module for fuel injection. Lets you tweak (with a computer) whateevr you want. there are what they call canned maps which are basically generic ones companies offer (i.e. This common filter, this motor, these pipes, etc) then you can get custom maps for it or tweak it yourself(leaner, richer, high end, low end etc), then the best is to get it dyno tuned (next spring for me!) and have a totally custom program just for your bike. Kind alike Zymol's wax fourmulas for specific brands, but this actually works! Sorry, just had to!
    I'll post some pics up tomorrow.

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    Hey, thats just like the PSC1 I have on my TAcoma. It was worth every penny. It took me a while to find I shop I trusted to tune it, but WOW what a difference. Thanks for clearing that up Scoot!!
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    What's a Tacoma

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    Quote Originally Posted by scooterguitar
    What's a Tacoma
    Hardy har har!!!!!!!!!
    2005 Toyota Tacoma
    Silver Streak Mica
    Double Cab 4x4
    AEM/K&N intake
    Magnaflow Exhaust
    Split Second PSC1-003

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    I knew that'd spark something! Nah, in all seriousness, it was hard tp pay so much$ for soemthing hidden away never to be seen (under seat), but the performance increase is amazing and worth every penny.
    btw, how much is it to get your module tuned in properly? Fo rmy bike, luckily one of the best places in the Midwest happens ot be less than an hour away. I think they quoted me $220-$250 to completely custom program (map) it.

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    Here it is.
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    Interesting choice of bars (ape hangers) on that bagger!

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    Very clean scooter!

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