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    All right, got my full Yosh installed it sounds awsome.
    I took it for a spin for about 10 min it seem to run just fine.
    Do you all think I will still have to remap this bike? I guess I should have ran the stock pipe's alittle longer to get more feel of the bike to see the difference. The bike seem to idle a little different now after it warm up. Do you all think if I started to ride to work I will mess things up?

    T-bone

  • #2
    you arn't gonna hurt anything. it will run much better once you get it remapped though. congrats on the exhaust
    2002 TLR B/W . Yoshimura bolt on Titanium cans. Yosh box remap. Joe V airbox mod. plug in TRE. 17/41 sprockets. Zero Gravity double bubble screen. fan switch. HyperPro steering damper. Extreme Graphic Top Gun undertail. Ohlins rear shock.

    Gear: Arai Quantum f. Joe Rocket GPX 1pc suit. Alpinestars Super Tech boots. Alpinestars GP-1 gloves----always wear it all

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    • #3
      Very Cool. Thanks All.

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      • #4
        shoulda got m4 f/s, ha ha good job!!!! enjoy
        Sebimoto Carbonfiber Bodywork, Zero Gravity D/B dark tinted screen, Carbo tech C/F frame guards, C/F look levers, black Spider grips, M4 Full system (alum), PC2, Light tech C/F mirrors, GeeLong C/F tank protector, 520 Conversion W/ Gold RK chain and 16/40 stealth sprockets, Pedros Gear Position Indicator, Fan switch, Airbox lid.....REMOVED, Probolt Fasteners all Gold. Spare Set of AMA's Larry Pegram #72 bodywork, Gold clear clutch cover, Galfer rear wave rotor, Pro-Tek Rearsets, Flycal6 quick release tank and seat pins, in the black frame club, Vandrivers coerce style sprocket guard, and a killer TLR keychain

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        • #5
          M4M4

          Yoshimura



          Nice job on the install, she'll be fine for a while.
          TLOTM:
          May 2003
          August 2004

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          • #6
            Enjoy the melody. If you thought it was hard not to ride it before, you are going to be hearing even more voices when you go to bed at night. Ride me....Ride me..... Ride me...
            Galfer braided lines throughout, ATRE, UFO tailight, ET79 Undertail and Hugger, 520 16/39 Gold Chain combo, Full Yosh C/F exhuast, Corbin seat, Ohlins Steering Damper, Ohlins Rear Suspension, Tinted Double Bubble Windscreen, Sylvania Superwhites, Yosh Box Remapped and all protected by GORILLA Alarm System

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            • #7
              Don't worry. I'll only show you this comparo once...



              The Yosh does have it on the factor though! Enjoy!
              TLXR Project Bike:

              Donor '99 TLR, PCII, K&N custom filtration, Sharkskinz Airbox/Ducts, Sebimoto carbon fairings with dual projectors, QBCarbon tank and vented front fender, M4 Ti/SS Full Exhaust, BST carbon rims, Pirelli Supercorsa's SC1/2 (190/55 rear), complete '03 GSXR1K front end, AP Racing radial mono-block calipers, Brembo Radial M/C, EBC 320mm Prolite Supersport rotors, GSXR1K rear caliper, Galfer SS lines all-around, CFM clip-ons and rearsets, 520-conv w/DID ERV2 chain, Ohlins rear damper, Ohlins Steering Damper, ZeroG DB screen, Graves fairing stay, Lightech true carbon/Ti mirrors w/custom brackets, Ti caliper & rotor bolts, plenty of black Al bolts, Eurobikes carbon hugger, POR-15 sprayed frame, custom Al undertray, custom quick-release tag bracket, switchable TRE, custom 1/2" subframe risers w/Ti hardware, some other stuff I'm likely forgetting...

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              • #8
                Is that off the M4 website


                If that's true I could almost deal with the putrid looks
                TLOTM:
                May 2003
                August 2004

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                • #9
                  M4 does make good power.
                  I like the look of em as well

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Andrew TLR
                    Don't worry. I'll only show you this comparo once...


                    The Yosh does have it on the factor though! Enjoy!

                    Thanks!!!

                    Feels SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO good to have that M4 Full System right now...

                    OK, Yoshi does look sweeter, but M4 gets the job done...
                    TL1000R -99. Yellow/Black.
                    M4 Full system(Alu), K&N Filter, TRE mod, removed Pair valve. Yoshimura clutch cover, removed Scissor gears, Carbon fibre hugger, carbon fibre rearhugger, HammerIt TLR/R fairings, Gilles Toolings rearset. Pazzo racing levers, shorties, Íhlins rear, Brembo front brakes, ET79 undertail, blah blah blah...
                    ------------

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                    • #11
                      SD got
                      2003 TL1000R

                      "Aint ever seen it.....but I have heard it." - Neil

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                      • #12
                        I have a few questions. Are those horsepower #'s and torque #'s from each manufacturers webiste, or .......? If the M4 really performs that much better why don't more guys have them one thier bikes? I have a Tillis, will it give the same kind of performance increases or will they be less. I am going with the air box mod (like rupes) with a K & N air filter and a yosh box. I would like to see my bike get in the 130 hp range if I could. Thanks.
                        '97 TLS --SOLD

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by PeteW
                          If the M4 really performs that much better why don't more guys have them one thier bikes?
                          Some people don't like the clean, simple look of the M4's. They would rather have the gargantuan Yosh logo on their pipes and the exposed springs holding everything together

                          j/k

                          Different strokes for different folks I guess Yosh does make a good system and Suzuki has been using them for years.
                          SOLD! 2002 Suzuki TL1000R - Blue/White
                          Two Brothers Exhaust - YAFMS Remap - Ohlins Rear Shock - FSMD Undertail - Rear Hugger - No-Cut Frame Sliders - Custom Airbrushed Solo Tail Cowl

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by PeteW
                            I have a few questions. Are those horsepower #'s and torque #'s from each manufacturers webiste, or .......? If the M4 really performs that much better why don't more guys have them one thier bikes? I have a Tillis, will it give the same kind of performance increases or will they be less. I am going with the air box mod (like rupes) with a K & N air filter and a yosh box. I would like to see my bike get in the 130 hp range if I could. Thanks.
                            I believe you will find those dyno runs on each manufacturers website. To maximize whatever exhaust you go with you might want to consider getting a PCII instead of the Yosh box. It'll give you more configuration capability.
                            TLXR Project Bike:

                            Donor '99 TLR, PCII, K&N custom filtration, Sharkskinz Airbox/Ducts, Sebimoto carbon fairings with dual projectors, QBCarbon tank and vented front fender, M4 Ti/SS Full Exhaust, BST carbon rims, Pirelli Supercorsa's SC1/2 (190/55 rear), complete '03 GSXR1K front end, AP Racing radial mono-block calipers, Brembo Radial M/C, EBC 320mm Prolite Supersport rotors, GSXR1K rear caliper, Galfer SS lines all-around, CFM clip-ons and rearsets, 520-conv w/DID ERV2 chain, Ohlins rear damper, Ohlins Steering Damper, ZeroG DB screen, Graves fairing stay, Lightech true carbon/Ti mirrors w/custom brackets, Ti caliper & rotor bolts, plenty of black Al bolts, Eurobikes carbon hugger, POR-15 sprayed frame, custom Al undertray, custom quick-release tag bracket, switchable TRE, custom 1/2" subframe risers w/Ti hardware, some other stuff I'm likely forgetting...

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                            • #15
                              Who cares about looks when it┤s power that counts
                              Originally posted by TLCURT
                              Because TL's fucking rock.

                              It's a cult thing...to own one is to love one.

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