Decat filter and flash mt10

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Decat filter and flash mt10

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I went with the Yoshimura 3/4 system decat in the end. Most of the decat pipes look a little odd but the 3/4 and full systems are designed better imo. I run it with the baffle in. Withought its too loud for me nowadays Image Also the resonator in the decat pipe shown here (he didn't seem to know what it was. Very odd) does little to quieten down the decat pipe.

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that looks decent id have to have baffles out tho

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R1Clarky wrote:
Thu Feb 11, 2021 8:59 pm
that looks decent ImageImage id have to have baffles out tho Image

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Thanks Clarky, there is something about the crossplane engine that makes it actually sound louder than is really is. I think withought the baffle its about 105db at 5k which isnt that high, my old R6 track bike was about that. But the crossplane engine sound so much louder - either that or im getting older :whistle: Image Image
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Agreed, that looks very neat :) The demo MT10 I tried last year was obviously bog standard but still sounded good, can relate to the age thing as prefer not to have my ears bleeding too much nowadays :lol:

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View without baffle in Image

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And view with baffle in Image

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R14XV wrote:Agreed, that looks very neat :) The demo MT10 I tried last year was obviously bog standard but still sounded good, can relate to the age thing as prefer not to have my ears bleeding too much nowadays Image
Hi Ron its a pity that you did not get chance to test a mapped MT10 as they are so stifled as standard in most of the rev range. The throttle is also not the best as standard but that seems to be a common theme with euro 4/5 bikes of all makes.

Mapping the bike was the best thing I've done to it. Its an absolute animal now in comparison to the stifled standard bike but with control now i never had as standard. Before it was mapped when you started to push on in the twistes the throttle would get really snatchy and at times there was a lag before the throttle would shut down. When this happened mid bend it wasn't nice. Since i had it mapped my throttle is like a nicely setup set of flatslides now. Totally predictable and smooth.

Sad really so many bikes are being launched, euro 4/5 where the mapping is so bad. The bikes are running so lean too and cosiquently run bloody hot just to keep the cat up to temperature! My standard air fuel ratio was between 17.1 and 18, it now runs an air fuel ratio of 14.1 smack on thoughought the range.



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polar wrote:
Thu Feb 11, 2021 11:53 pm
R1Clarky wrote:
Thu Feb 11, 2021 8:59 pm
that looks decent ImageImage id have to have baffles out tho Image

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Thanks Clarky, there is something about the crossplane engine that makes it actually sound louder than is really is. I think withought the baffle its about 105db at 5k which isnt that high, my old R6 track bike was about that. But the crossplane engine sound so much louder - either that or im getting older :whistle: Image Image
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Thankfully sound meters aren't fooled. Pleasantly shocked to find the banger with de-baffled Akra's was only 98. 👍🏼
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