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Need some help, fellas. VisionJohnny twisted my arm into buying a set of Vic swepts (it didn't take much). Anyway, I've been doing a lot of Internetting to figure this out and would love some solid confirmation.
the pipes are the old swepts, not the x bow, so if I'm reading correctly they were actually designed for the 100 ci bikes. What I've seen is they will mount up to my 2014 highball but they do not have the bungs to hold the o2 sensors. Where I'm having trouble is, some people say the sensors do not need to go in, some say they do.
The pipes are coming with a k and n filter.
I know I will need to go to the dealer to have it remapped. But do I need to have bungs welded in? I plan on shortening them just a bit and repainting them anyway, So I could have them welded at the same time if need be.

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No need for bungs unless your planning on using PCV with Autotune or AFR+. If you use PCV with Dynotuning no need for bungs. I think the VFCIII doesn't require O2's either.
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Don't waste your time with the remap or the K&N... Get a Lloydz or S&S intake and a fuel controller.
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Don't waste your time with the remap or the K&N... Get a Lloydz or S&S intake and a fuel controller.
Great advice! ...intake, PCV and a tune.
Just screw some bungs into the O2 threads and you're away!
Might as well slip an ATS in there to before your tune.

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Great advice! ...intake, PCV and a tune.

Just screw some bungs into the O2 threads and you're away!

Might as well slip an ATS in there to before your tune.

He doesn't have a spot for bungs MBX.
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He doesn't have a spot for bungs MBX.
Ok, yeah on second reading I understand
All good, no need for 02's or the bungs then.
Pipes, decent intake,ATS,PCV,and a run on the dyno rollers and you're away and grinning

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Geesh I hope you didn't pay much for them. They sound good but don't make any power and may actually lose a couple hp. Skip the k&n and get a better filter and a fuel controller.

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Haven't had the bike even a full year yet so I still have 4 years on warranty. If I don't have it remapped at the dealer, doesn't it void?
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Lol this crowd is full of mod junkies, my highball with stage 1 pipes and map blows the doors off everyone I ride with, easily keeps up with my buddy's BMW R9T sport bike ( thinks that's what it's called haha) i don't see any need for a new air box or tuner.


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Lol this crowd is full of mod junkies, my highball with stage 1 pipes and map blows the doors off everyone I ride with, easily keeps up with my buddy's BMW R9T sport bike ( thinks that's what it's called haha) i don't see any need for a new air box or tuner.


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