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    Anyone tried the XB-SS exhaust by Buelltooth?

    Talking about the "BUELLtooth XB-SS Slip-On Exhaust System" here: https://www.buelltooth.com/exhaust.html

    I watched the video and I love the sound (and price). Anyone have experience with these?

    The only bikes I've ever replaced exhaust on are carbureted so I just had to swap out jets. Never done it on a fuel injected bike. Where would I get a fuel map for this? And what would I do about the throttle controlled butterfly in the stock exhaust?

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    Tune comes with the muffler

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    So it's just on a flash drive or something?

    And what do I do about the "interactive muffler control" butterfly plate? Do I just unplug that actuator and stuff the wire somewhere? Will that trip up the ecm or will the fuel map take care of that?

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    You will either need to use ecmspy or droid to shut exhaust valve off or plug in emulator witch you can find on eBay. If you unplug it will trip the cell light.

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    I've got ecmDroid and a buelltooth so I'll go that route. Any idea how I can preserve the faring that's on the front of the stock muffler? IIRC it bolts to the muffler so i don't know that I could use it with this new exhaust....

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    Why not also ask the company ?

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    I bought the XB-ST Supertrap model. The map came as an email attachment. I used ECMDroid to install the map on the ECU. ECMDroid allows you to store maps so I still have my stock map. I just rolled up the interactive exhaust cable and left it under the seat. The map provided shuts off the interactive exhaust. I used the minimum number of plates but it's still a little loud. The handlebars seem to tug more when I get on the gas, especially around 4500 RPM. I'm happy with with it.



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