2014 Blur 220i exhaust

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wkboardr
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2014 Blur 220i exhaust

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Finally got my slip on from webbike (Japan) for my Blur.

http://japan.webike.net/products/4487197.html The installation was straight forward and easy, once I sorted through everything. The instructions are in Japanese, so I just had to figure it out.

I also installed a new intake https://japan.webike.net/products/21746355.html same installation as for the exhaust.

Overall, the sound is awesome, as for performance, the was no gain up top and a minor loss on low end takeoff. This was assessed by seat of the pants driving. I haven't dug into the fuel mapping , but I assume once I open that door I will be able to take advantage of the easier breathing.
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Nice, but $570?! And a power lost? Hmm, not sure that was worth it.
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The loss is minimal and due to the fact that the mapping is off. I hope to eventually resolve that issue and have gains overall. I appreciate your opinion, but the sound alone was worth every $$$
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Post by chickdr »

The intake link is no longer working. Just curious as to the total cost including shipping for both parts. Maybe $1000? That is serious coin for scooter that was only 4k to begin with. Glad you are enjoying the sound.
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