Main Motorcycle: Rocket 111
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Essex england u.k
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Take out the secondaries, install the Giro, set it to #3 and then hang on for dear life.
You will feel a big difference in power and throttle response.
The Giro does not have anything to do with the secondaries anyway, what it does is it fools the EC into thinking its in a different gear.
I,m not exactly sure how it works but someone else can probably explain better.
As for the tune you have, I think you are OK with that.
But someone else may chime in.
No, you can pull all of the plastic without removing the tank. Quite a few bands and a couple of hard to get at screws if I recall. Make sure you stick a rag or tape off the throttle bodies below the secondary plates when you take out the screws. If one falls into the depths, not a good thing. R3Mac is right, hang on, you will feel the difference.
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