Not when I shot this video. I had been messing with my PCV and forgot to turn it back up. I have done the LCV delete, so I usually have faster idle for the first 30 seconds, then it settles to right around 950.That sound fantastic above idle when on the throttle. Idle sounds okay, its often not as nasty-sounding, but wondering if your warm idle is set at 850~950 rpm?
I have done both. From what I read, after doing the LCV delete, the bike is hard to start when cold and you have to manually give it throttle until it warms or it will have a hard time staying running. The PCV allows me to add fuel for a set amount of time when first starting. I had forgotten to do that, which is why I'm surprised it even started.If you deleted the LCV it will not change idle rpm itself (but it might smooth a hint sometimes). Maybe you did the AIS delete?
In any event, with spec idle I have to believe the pipes sound nasty at idle too!
Plus they really do have a hot rod appearance that is hard to argue with, they scream 'go fast or go home' !
Painted few small parts. Bolted everything back together, filled up tank with gas and noticed that my dry break started leaking.. It didn’t leak before though. Thought the leak comes from one of the hoses, added 2 clamps but that didn’t help.
I heard the left side cleanup has some issues after installation. I didn't dig much of the details on what really happens or may be cannot recall what the problem was. But this is what stops me from doing that.
Alright then I will look for a new drybreak and will check the parts for cleanup. Whatever is available first - i'll go with that.I hadn’t heard of anything. Also I’ve had mine for over a riding season with no problems. Been great.
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Thank you Bro!