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WHATS THE TOP SPEEDS LOOKING LIKE AFTER A ECU FLASH? I just got a YOSHIMURA full exhaust, I have a DNA air filter on the way, the PC6 (Dynojet), and I have a tuner who is going to flash and dyno my bike. Will I be the fastest R7 around?? The Yoshi Exhuast Let me hit 129in 5th and 6th wouldn’t go past 130. I think the ECU is the problem. Anyone flashed yet hit 140?
 

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WHATS THE TOP SPEEDS LOOKING LIKE AFTER A ECU FLASH? I just got a YOSHIMURA full exhaust, I have a DNA air filter on the way, the PC6 (Dynojet), and I have a tuner who is going to flash and dyno my bike. Will I be the fastest R7 around?? The Yoshi Exhuast Let me hit 129in 5th and 6th wouldn’t go past 130. I think the ECU is the problem. Anyone flashed yet hit 140?
I've hit 135 no flash just a Yoshimura pipe and K&N filter
 

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WHATS THE TOP SPEEDS LOOKING LIKE AFTER A ECU FLASH? I just got a YOSHIMURA full exhaust, I have a DNA air filter on the way, the PC6 (Dynojet), and I have a tuner who is going to flash and dyno my bike. Will I be the fastest R7 around?? The Yoshi Exhuast Let me hit 129in 5th and 6th wouldn’t go past 130. I think the ECU is the problem. Anyone flashed yet hit 140?
No matter what you do, as I have said before in other posts, whatever you throw at this bike with with simple bolt on mods, it will never be a top speed bike. What you will run into is aerodynamics and the fact the motor is limited to over come this. As said above you will need to get into major engine work.

Sorry to Burst your bubble.

I also hate to break the news to you, unless you have had the speedo calibrated, the mph you are seeing is inaccurate as well. You're actually going slower.
 

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No matter what you do, as I have said before in other posts, whatever you throw at this bike with with simple bolt on mods, it will neverd bike. What you will run into is aerodynamics and the fact the motor is limited to over come this. As said above you will need to get into major engine work.

Sorry to Burst your bubble.

I also hate to break the news to you, unless you have had the speedo calibrated, the mph you are seeing is inaccurate as well. You're actually going slower.
Everything about your reply gave off super douchebag vibes. Next time try to remember you're not impressing anyone here.
 

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Everything about your reply gave off super douchebag vibes. Next time try to remember you're not impressing anyone here.
He did come off kinda douchey I thought it was just me…talking bout he “burst your bubble”..Ayo Pause on that.

2: Bike Can Definitely Go Over 130. Once I get tuned up I’m going 140 for sure. It’s a beginner bike, I don’t expect to hit 160. I just want to max out it’s speed stats lol.
 

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:rolleyes:

Let me see if I understand this, you just stated that it's a beginner bike, so you care more about the bike being faster, rather than working on technique which will make YOU faster.

Yeah makes sense.
Those two things have nothing to do with each other. I want to see how fast bike can go, I also practice low speed maneuvers in parking lots lol.
 

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I hit 140 on mine just the other day after opening up the air box and throwing in the rapid bike tuner. Highly suggest the rapid bike for anyone riding an R7. I will even help you guys install it if need be
 

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I bought the power commander 6… what’s the difference?
I don’t think much, I even used the instructions to install the rapid but one main difference is the power commander hooks up to the ignition coils and the rapid hooks up to the O2 sensor. The rapid is constantly running a new map for the ECU to follow based on current conditions, not a preset one. It’s pretty neat!
 

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You can do the same with power commander but you need the auto tune system. You load just load up the map after done riding I recommend turning off the lambda system after while. It can retard and mess up the map and not feel as responsive. Or that what happened to me when I had it on my 675 I started to run it in practice and then turn it off in the race because it would feel lazy on the throttle. It was like it couldnt process the data fast enough but that was back in 2017 they might’ve fixed it.
 
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