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Some time ago I read where Kevinx said speed shifting will get rid of popping.
The last few rides i started doing mild speed shifting. After about a hundred miles I have it down all most pat. Am at the point where its a quick shift and no popping.
I stop thinking when I shift and the popping comes back.
Yes I have modified exhaust with a top air filter and a performance front filter. No tuner or IAV
So if you can remember this try it when out riding
 

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Some time ago I read where Kevinx said speed shifting will get rid of popping.
The last few rides i started doing mild speed shifting. After about a hundred miles I have it down all most pat. Am at the point where its a quick shift and no popping.
I stop thinking when I shift and the popping comes back.
Yes I have modified exhaust with a top air filter and a performance front filter. No tuner or IAV
So if you can remember this try it when out riding
haha... on my clutchless ride from NYC to Maine I did nothing but speed shifting and there was NO popping at all :)
 

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That and getting close to 3k before shifting will pretty much make it go away..............cheers
 
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