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post #1 of 9 Old 09-27-2015, 07:25 PM Thread Starter
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Hey all - new to the forum. I've done a lot of research on the forum, so I thought I'd actually start being a contributing member

Currently riding an '04 919 - bought it used while I was up in Alaska (I also have an '01 Honda Shadow VT1100C, but unfortunately the boss says only one bike for now). Houston is home, but work has me moving everywhere else. So I ride where I can, whenever I can. Glad to be part of the community!
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post #2 of 9 Old 09-27-2015, 07:44 PM
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Howdy! I am not to far from you! I have the same exhaust set up as you
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Howdy! I am not to far from you! I have the same exhaust set up as you
Awesome! I love the danmoto exhaust - amazing note! It also has the dynojet tuner on it - it wakes the bike up a bit

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Welcome to the forum, very nice 9er you have there.
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Howdy! I am not to far from you! I have the same exhaust set up as you
Awesome! I love the danmoto exhaust - amazing note! It also has the dynojet tuner on it - it wakes the bike up a bit

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Very nice! I really want a power commander but funds won't allow it right now. I also don't want to to spend 300 bucks on one for a 12 year old bike :/

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Very nice! I really want a power commander but funds won't allow it right now. I also don't want to to spend 300 bucks on one for a 12 year old bike :/
I'd say it's worth it - granted I bought mine with the dynojet on it, but I disconnected it for a time - I did notice a difference and prefer the dynojet connected. I believe it works for any EFI bike, just would need to download a map - so it wouldn't just be for the 919. If it didn't have it, I would have bought it - but yes, always good to have the proper funds first

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I'd say it's worth it - granted I bought mine with the dynojet on it, but I disconnected it for a time - I did notice a difference and prefer the dynojet connected. I believe it works for any EFI bike, just would need to download a map - so it wouldn't just be for the 919. If it didn't have it, I would have bought it - but yes, always good to have the proper funds first

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which map did you use?

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