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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-09-2020, 08:20 PM Thread Starter
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4000 mile service cost

What would one reasonably expect to pay for the 4000 mile service at the dealer? Anyone had any experience with tuning with a pair of Two Brothers exhausts installed? Thanks, new owner, really like the bike.
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-09-2020, 09:25 PM
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No tuning required....

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What year is this? Shouldn't need any 4000 mile service except an oil change... what's on YOUR service list? What all was done at the 600 mile service?

Agree no tuning needed with the pipes.

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The only tuning I did when I installed my Two Brothers pipes was the removal of the PAIR system. I still have my beloved Snap Crackle Pop on decel. That sound makes me happy!
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The only tuning I did when I installed my Two Brothers pipes was the removal of the PAIR system. I still have my beloved Snap Crackle Pop on decel. That sound makes me happy!
So the removal didn’t do much for you other than free up some space?

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So the removal didn’t do much for you other than free up some space?
I noticed zero difference in how the bike runs after I removed it. Removing it had no effect (good or bad) in the performance of the bike. Like you said, it frees up some space under the hood.
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PAIR systems passively let air flow into the exhaust ports (after combustion) until turned off/on by the ECU/solenoid. It's just filtered air to aid in burning up unburned gasses. No effect on performance.
2016-up folks can remove the plumbing, but must leave the solenoid connected or there will be an error code/CEL. ECU has to know it's there.


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527-608 plus parts is the price I just received. 4K service.
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Hi, Moto. Welcome to the forum.


I suspect that over 90% of the items on the 4K list get just a cursory glance. The single greatest cost is the oil, and you can buy a lot of oil for $500. That is why (I won't say most, but . . . ) many of us do our own servicing.
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