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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-03-2012, 07:47 AM
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Guys, I have an 06 R1. I thought the stacks are going to help the low/mid torque issue with these bikes, not make it worse. Are slide stops good for the R1?


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THAT may have been some relevant info worth posting earlier on.. considering this is an r6 forum. year/make/model. it usually helps get better replies, and keeps others from wasting time.

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THAT may have been some relevant info worth posting earlier on.. considering this is an r6 forum. year/make/model. it usually helps get better replies, and keeps others from wasting time.
Well my friend my original post didn't need the info of my bike as the auto tune is universal with the PCV, irrelevant of bike. Then the topic got side tracked and when all else fails I have in my sig that I have an 06 R1.


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So your question was what should you use as an indicator of the oil level instead of the thing that exists solely to indicate the level of oil?
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Op, update your... That was fast..

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I updated the info under my username but the sig remains the same


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that wasn't there before.. i looked.

and you may be right about the auto tune thing being universal, still, it makes sense to put the y/m/m in the post so others don't waste time with additional info for the wrong bike. wouldn't you agree??

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I updated the info under my username but the sig remains the same


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I updated the info under my username but the sig remains the same
A lot of people have sig's turned off, that's why, based on your profile, we thought you had an R6.

I know nothing about the R1 so I can't comment on slide stops, ignition advance rotors, etc.

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Ah, I see. I didn't know you can turn sigs off. I apologize for the confusion. At any rate I updated my profile. Sorry about that Greg and Jamie. Didn't mean to confuse.

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