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Question for those who have either DIY installed their Termis or had them installed at a shop...Did you leave the actual exhaust valve or remove it? I know the cable and servo motor is always removed...but what about the valve itself? Pros/cons to leaving it in? Does it make a difference either way since it's just loose in their after cable removal?

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Do you need to do any ecu mapping for slip ons?
The Termi slip-ons come with an up-map key which your dealer can use to unlock the slip-on performance map in your ECU. You can certainly run any brand of slip-on without remapping and it will be perfectly fine, but the remapping provides a little better throttle response in lower rpm's and richer fuel map in the midrange. If you put a full system on, now you're treading territory where without remapping you can lean the mixture out too much and the bike may run poorly or even cause damage to the engine.
 

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The Termi slip-ons come with an up-map key which your dealer can use to unlock the slip-on performance map in your ECU. You can certainly run any brand of slip-on without remapping and it will be perfectly fine, but the remapping provides a little better throttle response in lower rpm's and richer fuel map in the midrange. If you put a full system on, now you're treading territory where without remapping you can lean the mixture out too much and the bike may run poorly or even cause damage to the engine.
I see... thank you for detail explanation.
 
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