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Has anyone installed the Graves EVR exhaust? It's kinda pricey ($1750 retail) but I like the fact that it retains the exhaust valve for low end torque. Any input would be much appreciated. TIA

Graves part number EXY-17FZ10-CVTC
 

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Has anyone installed the Graves EVR exhaust? It's kinda pricey ($1750 retail) but I like the fact that it retains the exhaust valve for low end torque. Any input would be much appreciated. TIA

Graves part number EXY-17FZ10-CVTC
Yes I have it. I also have I believe slighty shorter muffler. Great around town sound but for extended high speed highway 80mph a little to loins for me so I put the sound insert in it.Shop around, I have seen it for $1625.00 ,just can't remember, maybe Revzilla?
 

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I just went on revzilla and it's $1575.00, that's less than I paid for it!!!!:crying:
 

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I just read through the thread with the guys going for the EVR system combined with Flash Tune and the auto tuning module. That looks like the ticket! :wink2:
 

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I just read through the thread with the guys going for the EVR system combined with Flash Tune and the auto tuning module. That looks like the ticket! :wink2:
Yes I'm sending off my ECU back to 2wheeldynoworks tomorrow so they can activate my left side O2 sensor connector and getting the active tune. I have this ever slightly void in off-on throttle when not useing the DB plug in the muffler. When it's in no problem when it's in . Not a biggie, but I know it's there. The active tune should smooth it all out.:nerd:
 

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As for me was not interesting to have an end can without E number due different laws here
I decide to built myself one just yesterday .
Took a cheap R1 breadbox on ebay
Cut out the bypass exup part
welded togheter carefully keeping in minf the flowing function of bypass area
That´s all .
Not losing anymore at low revs (as i have a 17 r1 engine on my black MT) , not that loud under 4000 rpm.
Also fueling is far to be ok , as i´m running a map for a normal link pipe now

Sure is not titanium , but for the first try was not in idea to trow that much money.
 

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