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Thread: Revision Moto XB-SG Slip-On Exhausts

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    Does anyone here run the XB-SG with the barometric sensor? Is it worth the added expense?

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    Senior Member outthere's Avatar
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    Depends where you ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CadmannUK View Post
    Hi,

    Have any of you heard or used any of the Revision Moto exhausts on your XB's. They seem quite good prices and shipping to the UK isn't too bad.

    https://www.rev-mo.com/product-page/...exhaust-system

    My original Buell one on the XB9 is starting to look tatty and will need to be repainted soon, but I quite like a bit more noise.

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    Cad
    Just ordered mine - should be here sometime next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithd View Post
    Does anyone here run the XB-SG with the barometric sensor? Is it worth the added expense?
    No but it's been on my list of upgrades once I've got everything else is sorted. I live in Phoenix and the best twisties are up in northern AZ, around 6-7k feet. I figure for 80 bucks it's worth just seeing if it makes a difference.

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    FYI, your stock bike already compensates for elevation several times a second. It has too. A Baro sensor only is needed if you are running an Open Loop only tune.



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