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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-04-2017, 11:28 AM Thread Starter
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It's been running fine with a Triumph high pipe and dealer downloaded tune except that it always ran rich. A couple of years or so ago I bought two S/S mid pipes, both a high and a low from a vender I read about on this site. They sat on a shelf until I found a Two Brother's Racing muffler for a Honda 600 on sale at a local dealer that had the same i.d. as the midpipe. I designed a mounting ring that I had machined and TIG welded by Burn's Stainless to the mid pipe to allow the muffler to be bolted on. It follows the seat cowl lines very well, is loud, runs good with the factory tune but....is another there another tune I should try? The only drawback thus far is the edge of the right rear turn signal is becoming distorted by the exhaust heat so I see a Sky King rear fender mod coming up. At about the same time that I purchased the pipes I ordered a recommended cable off Ebay. Just now I've downloaded the Tune ECU program, drivers and hex files. By following the excellent instructions from this site the cable is recognized, the program is opened and recognizes the interface as USB. After some "honey do's" I'm going to attempt to download and save the installed map to determine what map I have.

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-19-2017, 02:56 AM
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With a custom exhaust you may need a custom map or dyno tune to get it running better, i had 9863 on my ecu when i got the bike which ran crap.
Switched to 9860 and its much smoother.
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I bought mine new in 1998 and at the first service bought the TOR high pipe. Mine is supposed to have the TOR high pipe tune but I want to be sure. It actually runs pretty good, burbles when decelerating, never a backfire or pop. I've downloaded and printed up a lot of the instructions so I'm going to try tomorrow to at least ID the tune. Thanks for the reply!

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