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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-01-2010, 10:17 PM Thread Starter
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That can't be good, is your bike tuned?
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Whuh! I guess it shows the crud that usually gets caught in the catalytic converter of the OEM exhaust.
Or what Jake said, your bike needs to be tuned differently now that you are running an aftermarket can (Leo Vince?).
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That's a two brothers exhaust whitch is a strait through design, pretty can but could make the bike's afr off.
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Tuned to perfection. Just a trail of residue from the spent gasses, kinda like on the sides of old warplanes!

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Way to ride, Bob. That is one sweet Versys. Don't be modest, post a Naked Versys pic with on your thread; its "a Fave". x2 on the exhaust, that's just hi performance there.
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Haha yeah... Just like an old P-51 Mustang.
That residue is absolutely normal. As well tuned as an engine may be or not, no one can finger their outlet without getting black and dirty.
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he said "fingering an outlet"...he he
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What do you use to was it off Bob? Mine seems to be impervious to soap!

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Goof Off. Comes in a yellow and orange can. I usually get it at one of the big box stores.

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