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The title sums up my question. I'm definitely installing the SC Project CR-T exhaust (especially now that it has been updated to fit perfectly) and getting a tune. Which intake option will perform better? Ya get what ya pay for? The Hordpower box can be purchased with an in-house tune, whereas I'd have to purchase a tune from a different company for the DNA set-up.

Anybody running a high flow style exhaust with either option?
 

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I purchased a hordpower airfilter kit. And when I contacted them from ecu reflash. They told me they dont have one ready for the new R7. That was last month. So I sent my bike out for a dyno tune/ ecu reflash. As of yesterday the bike is making 75rwhp. They will try acouple of other things on monday to see if they can squeeze a little more out of it.
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Have you looked at carbon smith? I like how they did a pod system. I’ve also never been a fan of sending an ecu off to be flashed because if it’s not done right and they lock it. You are basically screwed unless they are willing to go back into the ecu witch most tuners will not. You will get best results with it ran on a dyno(and a tuning system) with a reputable tuner in your area.
 

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I saw on the CarbonSmith website they offer velocity stacks for the R7 for $125 and you can add the pod filters for $119. Seems like a low cost set up compared the the airbox they offer.
 
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