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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-11-2019, 01:17 PM Thread Starter
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Ok, this could have gone exhaust & intake or here. I searched and didn't see what I was looking for....so the question is, I'm thinking of going with the fuel moto 2-1-2, their intake and power vision to finish my stage 1. Currently running 2 bros slip-ons. I'd like your thoughts and opinions.... BTW, cost for tuner, pipe and intake is $800 through FM.

PS Is removing the cat OEW head pipe going to the jackpot 2-1-2 stage one really worth the time and $? Is there a performance gain? Noise, sound increase? Thank you for your expertise.

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Ok, this could have gone exhaust & intake or here. I searched and didn't see what I was looking for....so the question is, I'm thinking of going with the fuel moto 2-1-2, their intake and power vision to finish my stage 1. Currently running 2 bros slip-ons. I'd like your thoughts and opinions.... BTW, cost for tuner, pipe and intake is $800 through FM.

PS Is removing the cat OEW head pipe going to the jackpot 2-1-2 stage one really worth the time and $? Is there a performance gain? Noise, sound increase? Thank you for your expertise.
What year bike ? In general you'll get a small but noticeable power increase, the bike will definitely be louder. You will definitely notice a decrease in heat of the engine and especially the pipes.
Also your engine will run smoother and have a better longevity due to a proper tune.
You will like that Power Vision. Since your buying it off FM ,the One year warranty doubles.
Imho. The stage 1 is best bang for the buck.

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Go with FuelMoto. I'm happy with my Cobras, but IF I were to do it again, I'd go through them. Nothing but good comments on the service. And only a couple of hours ride for me to to their shop.

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What year bike ? In general you'll get a small but noticeable power increase, the bike will definitely be louder. You will definitely notice a decrease in heat of the engine and especially the pipes.
Also your engine will run smoother and have a better longevity due to a proper tune.
You will like that Power Vision. Since your buying it off FM ,the One year warranty doubles.
Imho. The stage 1 is best bang for the buck.
I have a 2017. I've had good experience with FM in the past. thank you for the comments. I loved the power vision in the past with the twin cam. I am thinking of a stage 3 down the road and not bothering with the stage 2.
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I bought my Power vision for my 2009 RG from Fuel Moto and they were very helpful - I'm confident they will be able to help me when I change cams also

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