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Hi guys,

Just ordered an Arata full system and PC3R for my '03. I ordered it at Dan Kyle. If every thing goes well i will have it next week.

I cant wait. I hope it performs well.

Now i have some questions for you guys. Tell me how to install it. Is it hard to install the PC3r and shoed i remove the radiator to install the exhaust.

All advises are welcome

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It can be done without removing the rad,but it would make your life much easier to remove.

If you choose the not removing way,it would be wise to stick a cardboard piece on the radiator fins.

Removing your AIS would help too,so if its not done yet,do it (get a removal kit,its cheap).

The PC3 is a snap to install...its using the factory connectors,no splicing or modifying needed.
 

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thanks, but wath do you mean by (Removing your AIS would help too,so if its not done yet,do it (get a removal kit,its cheap)).

I'am from holland so my english is not that well.

Where do you put the PC? Do i have to put it in my buddy seat?
 

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I received my exhaust and PC3R today!! It really looks great. I have already installed the PC3R. The Arata will be installed sunday.

Dan Kyle has pre installed his famous arata map on the PC3R. I hope it will work just fine. Wath do you guys think of that map?

I'am going the leave the AIS system on the bike for now. I hope dis isn't a problem?

Do you guys now wath the torque of the header bolts are?

Thanks
 

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Congrats on the Exh., pics when you get a chance :hellobye
 

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It can be done without removing the rad,but it would make your life much easier to remove.

If you choose the not removing way,it would be wise to stick a cardboard piece on the radiator fins.

Removing your AIS would help too,so if its not done yet,do it (get a removal kit,its cheap).
Very good advice. You picked a great exhaust! :thumbup

Sorry I don't remember the torque setting for the header nuts. :no

For the AIS removal I went with the Samanna No Tach Tango (http://www.samannasystems.com/). I heard you can also stick a resistor on but thought his system was better.
 
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