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Exhaust options

Post by Ruster » Thu Apr 25, 2019 12:53 pm

Hey all

I have got a friend with a standard 2015 MT-09 he is trying to decide if doing a full cat delete exhaust system is worth it over just a slip on.

Would he need to get it remapped with either option?

What would you suggest is the best option to go for?
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Exhaust options

Post by Redjj » Thu Apr 25, 2019 1:09 pm

Ruster wrote:Hey all

I have got a friend with a standard 2015 MT-09 he is trying to decide if doing a full cat delete exhaust system is worth it over just a slip on.

Would he need to get it remapped with either option?

What would you suggest is the best option to go for?
Hi, if he’s on FB there’s a good MT09 group - quite a few have had aftermarket exhausts fitted and I think most with that year of bike have gone for a remap.

Black Widow’s seem to be a popular choice if budget can’t stretch to much.

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Re: Exhaust options

Post by jompy » Thu Apr 25, 2019 5:03 pm

Ruster wrote:
Thu Apr 25, 2019 12:53 pm
Hey all

I have got a friend with a standard 2015 MT-09 he is trying to decide if doing a full cat delete exhaust system is worth it over just a slip on.

Would he need to get it remapped with either option?

What would you suggest is the best option to go for?
Best to go for a remap
If you have a look in the velox racing section most the answers you'll need will be in there .
Personally i'd pick a can that you like the look off but as Red said it's worth joining the facebook page to get some feed back about exhausts .
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Re: Exhaust options

Post by Ruster » Thu Apr 25, 2019 5:46 pm

Thanks for the answers chaps, ill let him know
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Re: Exhaust options

Post by Barton » Sat Apr 27, 2019 10:02 am

dont waste money on an exhaust, get a remap on a rr. Mine as been custom mapped with woolwich kit, got the quickshifter and blipper installed all restriction removed an revert to mode A as standard. Then get the suspension done.


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