I have the same Laser and race filters and the decel popping. But, to me, the low speed hunting IS improved and the high rev. accel has gone from good to fantastic.
I am, as far as I can tell, I'm, the ONLY one to ever report running his bike sans filters and sans silencer. You want WOW? Try this sometime if you want a seat-of-the- pants understanding of what the engine is really capable of. However, the throttle response is very scary (to me at least) and difficult to control in 1st & 2nd because the throttle acts more like a toggle switch. I can now understand BMW's attempt to allow some slight delay in throttle... Not being an expert, I almost lost it a couple of times when I came off the throttle a bit to fast and opened it a bit too much - instant, and I mean INSTANT too much power..
Also, the "other" forum has long discussions about power commanders not being usable, EVER, unless you hire a very good dino operator to do the programing for your particular bike. Right now there is only one guy listed and he is in Southern California.
I don't exactly understand the complaints because this bike is a compromise between speed, stability and comfort. I cannot find another bike whose particular compromises fit me better. I would like it to be perfect, but it only "perfect" above about 60 mph to about 120 mph. This high(ish) speed "perfection" is why I keep the bike.
Good luck, but I think getting everything to your complete satisfaction is a life long hunt and in a street legal bike, its only possible to get a set of compromises that each individual has to live with.
Originally Posted by sportrider
I'm going against the crowd here and saying that 6.0 did nothing to improve
my slow speed throttle condition and now causes my bike to backfire.
I have the Laser Duo-tech Slip-on along with Evoluzione Race Filters.
I've done the ECU reset to no avail.
Question - why is it that just about every slip-on muffler I've ever installed
requires a richer fuel setting via jet kit or power commander, yet for this bike,
the aftermarket exhaust companies say the pipes work on a stock bike?
I cannot live with the popping, so I'm looking for suggestions.