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Black dragon exhaust map?

I just got my exhaust from in from mark at black dragon, I got the low mount slips with 240mm carbon gp cans and the bike obviously needs a new map loaded in and was wondering if someone here has one? I'm gonna try and take a video of it tomorrow and post it up, it's really loud but it sounds insane, anyways, any help would be appreciated.
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Ask the guy that sold them to you. Maybe he has one?

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Ask marge what brand he copied and get a map for that exhaust.




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Take the money you saved by buying a cheaper exhaust and have someone do a full tune on the bike.


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Ask marge what brand he copied and get a map for that exhaust.
it's really loud but it sounds insane


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Take the money you saved by buying a cheaper exhaust and have someone do a full tune on the bike.
The slip ons were $850, it's comparable to any other slip on system I found and I had my option of mufflers? Also if The ignition timing could be tuned as well as fuel I would drop the money in a second to have a full tune done but seeing as how I can't I will wait and see if someone has a map for a similar setup that I can load in and see how she runs.
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Did you say $850 ?! They must be really , really nice .


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Did you say $850 ?! They must be really , really nice .
Lol, I like them a lot…opinions are like assholes though, everyone has one and everyone else's stinks. They are stainless mid pipes with carbon fiber cans with titanium end caps. Like I said I got these because I don't like the look of any of the other slip ons besides the ladybird's…
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see, I love the design of those I just hate the fake burnt look, in my opinion the metal should be left raw and the heat from the exhaust should do its own art work.
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Those are the ones I was looking at, I couldn't justify $1200 for slips though
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LOL, this is gonna be a hell of thread.....
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Those are the ones I was looking at, I couldn't justify $1200 for slips though
I really think you need a custom map and like Brett said take the money saved and get a tune.

That goes for any aftermarket exhast


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Nah , then we'd all be assholes .


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Nah , then we'd all be assholes .
No man, I respect all your opinions, I understand that $850 really isn't crazy money for slip ons but at the same time if I was going to spend 1200 for the ladybirds then I could have had a full exhaust for 5-600 more and since i just ride it on the street and don't do track days I really saw no point for all of that. I'm happy with what I've got for now and I guess I will have my buddy make a fuel map for me sometime over the winter months.
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I understand that $850 really isn't crazy money for slip ons ...
Bro , I think you misunderstood my first post . I didn't mean that you spent too little ! Glad you're happy with your purchase .


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Mine were only $1000 for 100% titanium slip-ons. Changing exchange rates are a bitch.

Like I said, take that $350 you saved by buying the pipes made by he who shall remain nameless and put it to good use.


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No man, I respect all your opinions, I understand that $850 really isn't crazy money for slip ons but at the same time if I was going to spend 1200 for the ladybirds then I could have had a full exhaust for 5-600 more and since i just ride it on the street and don't do track days I really saw no point for all of that. I'm happy with what I've got for now and I guess I will have my buddy make a fuel map for me sometime over the winter months.
Umm ... let's try to share a term called rideability smooth percise throttle responce can be appriciated in 1st gear leaving your driveway and excellent results can be had by experienced tuners.

Each cell in a map will affect different rc-51 engines in a different way. wear / valve clearances / rolling resistance (internals) and a wad of factors mean the smoooth crisp throttle we get at the hands of say hord or a few others garantee the bike is running it's best and the control a rider/racer gets is percise.

Custom map on a dyno 2 cents


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Umm ... let's try to share a term called rideability smooth percise throttle responce can be appriciated in 1st gear leaving your driveway and excellent results can be had by experienced tuners.

Each cell in a map will affect different rc-51 engines in a different way. wear / valve clearances / rolling resistance (internals) and a wad of factors mean the smoooth crisp throttle we get at the hands of say hord or a few others garantee the bike is running it's best and the control a rider/racer gets is percise.

Custom map on a dyno 2 cents

I agree 100% with Tom

There is a reason even the accepted top companies don't provide maps for their exhausts, too tough to make maps for every bike and their unique conditions. I have had great luck with a few generic maps and a few maps that have been modified but a custom map would always be recommended i think.





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