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Gsxr 2008 600 rocking on first gear and wen down shif

I have a gsxr 600 2008 i remove the catalitic and weld a piece of pipe to get beterr sound and put power comander on but now the bike is rocking wen i star in first gear and wen i down shif need help

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This is a educated guess but in normal cars they need a spacific amout of back pressure to run properly now my removeing the cat you may have tampered with the back pressure balance and now it causes it to raddle try putting the cat back on

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