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post #971 of 1473 (permalink) Old 09-17-2012, 07:37 AM
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It is on the TuneECU website just a bit hidden in all the tunes, here is the description:

20488Map.hex Speed Triple 1050 from VIN 461332 to 537880 Arrow slip-on Fuel up to E25 minimum 91 RON (87 RON/MON) fuel Replaces the 20462.

May not be the optimal tune for that exhaust. Or they ran it with the baffle in cold and then with the baffle out hot and it made a minor difference in power, or if that tune is for the arrow high mount it may not be optimal either.
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used to hang out with some guys from Bishops Stortford so know the area quite well, got some good twisties out your way.

What baffle you running in the HP, I have got the DBK in mine and was noise tested up at Anglesey race circuit at 95 db, they have a 105 limit so was OK with that.

I love the HP Corse but have no real comparison as I fitted mine from new so never ran with the standard pipes.

Before I got my speed I test rode 1 with a low boy and 1 with standard pipes and much preferred the handling on the 1 with the low pipe so when I found the HP Corse with a weight of just under 2kg it just had to be.

Not sure about the need for the power Commander as the o2 sensor should take care of any minor discrepancies.

How did it work out on the BHP / Torque ?

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im running the open baffle not the dbk one. definatly a big difference in power and handling compared to the stock system. he said the o2 sensor should sort its self out and i was to let the engine run so the fan cuts in three times, turn off the engine and then the ecu would sort itself out from that point. he said once ive done some miles bring it back and he would check it again to see if it has.

as it was mainly to check afr's i didnt get a torque figure but it has 124.4 at the rear wheel on a dyno that reads low. he said as much as 8bhp
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HP Corse Hyroform on S3 09

Last week i have installed HP Corse Hydroform exhaust on my speed triple 1050 2009,and the guy in the dealership remap my bike.But few days later i noticed that my bike from time to time when i push the trotle hard my bike start to burble,and sometimes around 8000 rpm start to burble.I tried withoud dbk and i tried with racing dbk and it happends the same.Please help me because here in Macedonia we don't have Triumph dealership,and the closest one is in Grecee.I have downloaded the TuneEcu but i am not sure which map to try.And i also have K&N air filter.

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first, forgive me that did not read all 98 pages of this thread so if this has been covered a simple see page or post number will suffice.

what are the best exhaust options for a 2011+ S3 to keep the dual high mount look?
would like to consider price, sound, performance factors (is one better than another in these areas?)

do they all require a remap by the dealer to run correctly after install?

Thanks in advance!
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Remap will always help, many options out there for exhaust. Remus, Akrapovic, Arrow, MIVV, and several others as well. Most of the exhaust companies that made per 2011 exhausts have now developed 2011+ exhausts so you can always take a look if you like one of the brands for the older models.
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^just saw this and may jump on; have you looked it up? I am OS away from my PC (using an iPad) and can't see what sort of discount is involved...

Any input appreciated

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Just put an order in for the Leo Vince factory r carbon 3-1 to go on my 11'

Will post up a pic/video when it goes on.

Planning to run the Arrow low mount tune; if anyone has had experience with this can and tunes please let me know!
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[QUOTE=speedtriplevrom;2393368]first, forgive me that did not read all 98 pages of this thread so if this has been covered a simple see page or post number will suffice.

I am looking at either HP course Hydroform or the Zard full exhaust. Love the look of both pipes and have fell in love with the black Zard at the begining of this post for my 06 Fusion White Speedy.

Anyone have an opinion on which system is better?
Full or slip on?

Is there a significant difference in hp from slip on to full pipes.
I don't really need more hp but also don't want to go backward.

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post #980 of 1473 (permalink) Old 11-26-2012, 07:43 AM
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HP Corse also comes in black as a full system or slip on.

Those are both nice. You'd do we'll with either.


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