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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 04-03-2019, 08:10 PM
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No need to go with a fuel processor as long as you don't change the intake.

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I debaffeled my stock pipes years ago, no problem and sounds much better, actually wish it was a bit louder.
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i own 2014 c50 boss, California version.
I drilled pipe back plates and it bike began jerking on take off.
I closed holes and its fine now.
My question : as my bike has o2 sensors, why it does not calibrate air/fuel mixture??
What for they are??
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The O2 sensors are part of the emissions system, feeding data back to the engine control module, which is a simplistic program on a chip.
An aftermarket fuel control module (processor) added to Your machine, would probably prevent jerking, with modified pipes.

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