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thanks for this link... looks good!
are you going to give us a small test report when installed?
If ur talking to me........:whistling:
Of course i will.....:thumb:
I'm not expecting much of a change besides....
Just being able to clean it, and not have to replace it....
I am hoping on a little diff, but not expecting one.
Bike seems to have plenty of crank right now....
Being just a 2 cylinder it has a lot of torque for a girlie 650.
And me being a older fart.... I never hardly use much of it anyway....
More u crank....more stuff u need to replace sooner.....
Tires/chains/sprockets......:banghead:








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he he he... i know
but that feeling you get when cranking... makes it worth it, doesn't it?
one cheap way of looking younger... :thumb:

tell us how that filter replacement works
... i may decide to have the same for my ER-6F
plenty of sand & dust in the air here... :(
 

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he he he... i know
but that feeling you get when cranking... makes it worth it, doesn't it?
one cheap way of looking younger... :thumb:

tell us how that filter replacement works
... i may decide to have the same for my ER-6F
plenty of sand & dust in the air here... :(
Don't know bout the looking younger part....LOL, but....
I've always prefered these type rides over cruisers.
I've mostly run 500cc off n on type bikes, but....
Here where i live now they're not many dirt roads...
So........performance road bike was the way to go....
I like to upright riding style better then the low style.
I tour more then rocket around...
I'm hoping on next year to go with a z1000.....
Be a bit better for highway riding i think.
I'm planning soon to go with new sprockets, and.....
going one tooth bigger in front, so....
Maybe that will make the needed difference in rpms, so maybe.....
I'll just keep this bike another year.
That should also help some with the wearing of tires....
Bit less torque in starting out, and bit less engine breaking.
Should save a bit on tires, and chain/sprockets.
And maybe a bit more Miles per gallon too.....:thumb:








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... i may decide to have the same for my ER-6F
plenty of sand & dust in the air here... :(
The Hurricane Racing Filter comes from Thailand. It may be made by Ferrox also (which is Hurricane Racing Performance's other brand). From what I understand they are somewhat popular in that region.
 

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The Hurricane Racing Filter comes from Thailand. It may be made by Ferrox also (which is Hurricane Racing Performance's other brand). From what I understand they are somewhat popular in that region.
Mines coming from Canada....:whistling:
IndyJoe the Hoe got the wrong one for his Girlie bike...:eek:
So he sent it to me at cost..plus shipping....:facepalm:
Even tho......I wanted to get it off his hands....:dance:
He don't seem to be to bad a Bitch....:whistling:








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Don't know bout the looking younger part....LOL, but....
I've always prefered these type rides over cruisers.
I've mostly run 500cc off n on type bikes, but....
Here where i live now they're not many dirt roads...
So........performance road bike was the way to go....
I like to upright riding style better then the low style.
I tour more then rocket around...
I'm hoping on next year to go with a z1000.....
Be a bit better for highway riding i think.
I'm planning soon to go with new sprockets, and.....
going one tooth bigger in front, so....
Maybe that will make the needed difference in rpms, so maybe.....
I'll just keep this bike another year.
That should also help some with the wearing of tires....
Bit less torque in starting out, and bit less engine breaking.
Should save a bit on tires, and chain/sprockets.
And maybe a bit more Miles per gallon too.....:thumb:
yeah... must say that sometimes i would not mind switching to a ZX6...
i like the sporty look and the humming of a 4-cylinder engine
a 1000 cc is just out of my financial range at this point... the import tax here is a killer

but on the other hand i really like the versatility of the ER-6F
being 6'6, i rather appreciate the stock handle bar
and that relaxed riding position saves my wrists during the longer tours

let me know how that new filter works for you...
 

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Yes the stock ecu will compensate a very very small degree. However if you notice the bike runs rich or pops more than every now and then when letting off the gas the the bike to run optimal should be tuned. However. You can get most fuel tuners. I.e. power commander, bazazz, etc with an auto tune option. They are fairly easy to install and as long as you set the bike up and make small changes based on the air fuel that is being recorded to the original map until the auto tune changes are minimal and based on air temp. You will have a great running bike. I like doing it this way after getting a base tune for mods then i take over with my air fuel ratio based upon my ridin vs the dyno. My bikes run very fast and most ppl are pissed when they can figure out why i beat them all the time when we have the same bike and same place did our dyno tune. Dyno's are great for 90% of the ppl out there but when i use my power commander and wide band commander I am the other 10% that takes it the extra mile. That 10% is always worth it. Just my two cents.
 

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excuse my ignorance.. am wondering what does it take to get a Power Commander installed
how much work / special tooling does in require... have you installed it yourself?
 
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