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TORS question HELLO! First post to this forum..finally! I am the very proud new owner of a 2009 T100...sold my 69 Bonneville and replaced her with the new Bonne. Simply amazing what 40 years of technology can do, my new bike has a starter button and real brakes...AMAZING! The onlyother bike I have is a wonderful Royal Enfield Bullett...500cc's of thump! Here is my question...I perormed a baffelectomy a while ago and this did mae her sound a bit mre like a real bike, but still a wee bit to quiet, so I picked up on Ebay a very slightly used set of Triumph TOR mufflers...cheap. I plan to install them today and understand that should have the EFI remapped at the dealer. MY nearest dealer is over 50 miles away, would I do any harm to the bike by installing the TORS and running them for a while BEFORE having the EFI reprogrammed? Will the EFI richen up the mixutre enough to prevent it from runing way to lean? I most likely will not be able to get to the dealer for a week or so which is around 200 mile of riding as is. What do ya think? Thanks!!

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I think you'll be allright. When I put TORS on my bike, I found that I hardly needed any extra jetting at all. I put in slightly larger jets and I am now running fairly rich, so i would think the EFI can handle it. Give your dealer a call maybe.

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