- Jan 5, 2014
For lack of a better word, those pipes are just damned sexy. Nice idea with the rubber mount. Sorry about your service woes.
About $1,250USD/£900 :shock:Raphi said:That's a very nice exhaust system you got. Congrats!
Do you dare to say something about the price for it?
With my Commando 961 I had the same issues as vibrations and ground clearance as rust as well...
I voted for SBN pipes now.
No, can't remember the number but it's not the stock map or the megaphone it's the one in between. The dealer found the bikes ran much better on that map than the stock one. I wouldn't mind trying the megaphone map but it's quite a long trip to the dealer then back to the Dyno shop and if it's not great back to the dealer. Getting access to the ECU is a real pain on the Dominator to boot. If you're interested Richard I have taken a few photos of the process - it had me confounded for a while until I found the hidden bolts! By that stage I'd stripped off practically everything I could find with a fastener of some description!TonyA said:Hello Iwilson , Are you still running the ECU map that came with the bike from the factory with the stock pipes ? This all makes perfectly good sense . The map you need now will be 091 or even 092 I would think . John (G81 Can Cycle) said he is running 092 on his track bike. I think the Dominator comes with 090 for stock pipes . Richard found this out for us.