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Question about pipes for a Daytona 600 - April 30, 2009, 08:06 AM

I'm out drinking last weekend and I find myself talking about my new-to-me Triumph Daytona 600. It's a wonderful bike, but at low RPMs there is a little hesitation in the clutch. I get a load of talk about how this can be fixed with new pipe/muffler arrangements. Does anyone have any wisdom on this?


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April 30, 2009, 07:50 PM

Triumphs are known for a dead spot at about 3k to 4.5k. Adding a pipe will make it worse. It will make it run lean without a remap. Have you taken it to dealer to have the latest fuel map loaded? You can also find a private shop with a Dyno and have them edit the mapping.

Or, just run a higher RPM
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April 30, 2009, 09:01 PM

Adjusting timing could help to, its all about how you like your tune, more low end or more peak. Talk to your preferred tuner.


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Adjusting timing could help to, its all about how you like your tune, more low end or more peak. Talk to your preferred tuner.
+1 Best way to solve your problem.


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