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Low on power

I bought a brand new 08 blade and have fitted the following items:
HRC Steering damper
HRC Exhaust (Full system)
Power commander
O2 Sensor Eliminator

I have removed the:
Air tube butterflys
Exhaust valve and motor

We have dynoed the bike and it's only putting out 148Bhp at the back wheel the bike put out 160.2Bhp Stock. It has the engine management light on and I think that it is restricting the power, do you have any Idead why. I'm doing this to race in the british Superstock Championship so it needs to be tip top!!

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Be sure pwr commander throttle position is calibrated and reading 0% when closed.

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