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Exhaust question 1st is there a sound ordinance for how loud bikes can be, i wanna cut my header and put on a reg tip on there till i can afford a m3 or so so will this be too loud, im thinking not cause Harleys are louder. also am i gonna lose HP doing this if so how much,also till i can afford a nice exhaust sytem to come out right by the tire- fairing anyone recomend any cheap oll tip i can weld or even bolt on amaybe 1 with some type of silencer to quiet it down a bit. thanks to whoever can help me with this. oh yeah this is on a 05 gsxr 600. thanks guys

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I recommend running a PCIII with the Slash Cut, although it is not required, you will notice a big difference when you reduce the fuel output under 4,750RPM since it runs rich. What I did since Power Commander doesn't have the Hotbodies Slashcut Map for 600/750s in 04/05 Gen is that in the 1,250 to 2,000 range @ 0 - 5% throttle, most of my numbers on the Fuel Table are at -5 to 0, of course having the higher negatives in the 0% and numbers closer to 0 at 5% throttle, and you will notice a difference as well as less bogging. After that, I got on the faceplate buttons and went down -1 on the LOW and MID then +1 on the HIGH.

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