Re: 2009 R6S idle issues after 2Bros slip-on
You can attempt to adjust the idle with the screw, heres a link in case you're unfamiliar:
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Best case would be to have it tuned - you'd be alright to ride it over to get it tuned...the engine damage wont be something that is "immediate". Most likely running lean with the new pipe and lack of back pressure.
When i did the LOR on my bike i was having some wicked idle issues and then got a silencer put in it which fixed it (i eventually had it tuned)
Dyno tune was probably the best mod i ever did to my bike (especially after all the other mods were done)
Before you get the tune done, just make sure you're done with everything that will impact the A/F...no use tuning it perfect just to fck it up again with a new a/f mod (velocity stacks, headers, block offs, etc). Also, if you're going to tune it, make sure block offs are part of your mod list - they help provide a more precise tune.
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2008 Yamaha R6 - Full Graves system, KN filter, PCV with Autotune, Agg block offs, Bauce ECU, Ohlins damper, Shermoto levers, Vortex rearsets, flush fronts, integrated rear, Zero Gravity screen, black passenger pegs, LP sliders, LP spools, and more to come.
2012 Nissan Frontier King Pro-4X
2003 Yamaha R6 - LOR Exhaust, PC3, Velocity Stacks, Block offs, BMC Race, Custom Tune, 520 15/50, Speedohealer, Spiegler brake lines front and rear, Custom paint, Custom wheels, Smoked flush fronts, Smoked integrated rear, Zero Gravity screen, Shorty levers, Driven grips, Powdercoated rearsets and pegs, sliders, spool, and probably more I'm missing