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2016 GSX S1000 new ride

Just under 5200 miles when I got, so basically new bike.
Miss the twin grunt, but....yea the i4 makes up for it everywhere. Love it! Great & super comfortable bike. A better seat eventually will be nice, but stocker is good. Riding position is basically perfect.
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One more pic.
Full M4 coming soon + mirrors, wind screen...ect
& a different tail tidy...angled 1, this 1 straight...don't think I like
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Those GSX's are nice bikes with the '05 thru '07 retuned GSXR1000 engines. Lots of good deals on them too. From what I've read about them, the biggest complaint is the snatchy FI which is remedied by adjusting the TPS (sounds very familiar) or getting a TRE. I like 'em


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Those GSX's are nice bikes with the '05 thru '07 retuned GSXR1000 engines. Lots of good deals on them too. From what I've read about them, the biggest complaint is the snatchy FI which is remedied by adjusting the TPS (sounds very familiar) or getting a TRE. I like 'em


A complete direct write flash to the ECU is an amazing transformation for these bikes. Smoother delivery with more pop everywhere.

You can make those things stupid fast.

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Those GSX's are nice bikes with the '05 thru '07 retuned GSXR1000 engines. Lots of good deals on them too. From what I've read about them, the biggest complaint is the snatchy FI which is remedied by adjusting the TPS (sounds very familiar) or getting a TRE. I like 'em
Yes, planning on full system shortly & need to further look into flashing. Sucks that the 18's+ have a little more juice because of some relief holes in block😤to reduce pumping loss.

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A complete direct write flash to the ECU is an amazing transformation for these bikes. Smoother delivery with more pop everywhere.

You can make those things stupid fast.

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Yes, need to look into more & figure out who to go to.
Am super happy with it so far, that with an exhaust will put it right where I want it.
Windscreen & some barends👍🏼😎
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Been looking at Lextek & Black Widow, both EU companies, exhaust look great, but do not know much about them.

Everyone says the M4 is the best header but hate how short they are.
May go with the 2020 Katana GP19 that they make, I like the silencer better

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Yes, need to look into more & figure out who to go to.
Am super happy with it so far, that with an exhaust will put it right where I want it.
Windscreen & some barends👍🏼😎
Than good to go.


https://2wheeldynoworks.com

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They do all of our final tuning and dyno work on the race bikes I build.

I have used them multiple times for mail in flashes. All with exceptional results.

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Yes, need to look into more & figure out who to go to.
Am super happy with it so far, that with an exhaust will put it right where I want it.
Windscreen & some barends👍🏼😎
Than good to go.


https://2wheeldynoworks.com

These guys kick ass.
They do all of our final tuning and dyno work on the race bikes I build.

I have used them multiple times for mail in flashes. All with exceptional results.

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Thank you very much sir.

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Just under 5200 miles when I got, so basically new bike.
Miss the twin grunt, but....yea the i4 makes up for it everywhere. Love it! Great & super comfortable bike. A better seat eventually will be nice, but stocker is good. Riding position is basically perfect.
Me too Delaney2001 with loads done to it... Blue one, had it 3 years bought new. But could not part with the SV...
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Neat, havent seen many of those on roads, seems you gonna have lot of fun w it😊
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Just under 5200 miles when I got, so basically new bike.
Miss the twin grunt, but....yea the i4 makes up for it everywhere. Love it! Great & super comfortable bike. A better seat eventually will be nice, but stocker is good. Riding position is basically perfect.
Me too Delaney2001 with loads done to it... Blue one, had it 3 years bought new. But could not part with the SV...[IMG class=inlineimg]/forums/images/smilies/yes.gif[/IMG]
Amazing bike. Have NOTHING bad to say about it.

Did some eBay levers $20.97 they are perfect.
Got an Ermax sport screen coming - can't wait.
Most likely do an M4 full system & a flash when I can.

Wish i coulda/woulda kept SV...miss it😤

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....https://2wheeldynoworks.com
These guys kick ass. They do all of our final tuning and dyno work on the race bikes I build.
I have used them multiple times for mail in flashes. All with exceptional results.
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Mike, I was checking out their website but I don't see the SV1000 listed. Have they done any SV1000s for you? Thanks!


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Mike, I was checking out their website but I don't see the SV1000 listed. Have they done any SV1000s for you? Thanks!


On PCVs, yes. I think he can direct write to the 05 and up bikes but not sure.

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On PCVs, yes. I think he can direct write to the 05 and up bikes but not sure.
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I'll give them a call and ask if they can do my '06 SV1000's ECU. If not, I'll look around for a place close by that can dynotune my bike with the PC3 that I took off my '05 a long time ago. Thanks for the quick reply!

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