Piping The Boulevard M109R

Old 05-25-2006, 10:41 PM
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Default Piping The Boulevard M109R

I want to put pipes on my M109R. There are a few companies making pipes for this bike. Has anyone had problems piping their M109R?? I know there is a butterfly style valve in the stock exhaust, and I worried that i may lose low end torque from after market headers. Any info will be awesome!! Thanks-HELLRAZR72
Old 07-26-2006, 02:23 PM
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Default RE: Piping The Boulevard M109R

You will lose low end whenever you put a full exhaust on any bike. The solution is to get a power commander and a custom map to get back that low end.

As a matter of fact as of today the M109R power commander just came off back order. If you would like one let me know.

I can also get any exahust system you might need. Find what you want and I will get you a great price.

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Old 02-10-2007, 08:47 PM
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Default RE: Piping The Boulevard M109R

Sorry for jumping in here. But when you say full exhaust.Is that more than just pipes?
I want to put pipes on my c50t Boulevard. I have been told by other Boulevard riders
that it only increased hp and gas mil. No decline in power. What is your take??
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