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Old 18-Jul-2014, 12:54 PM
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916 Eprom?

So differant cans on the 916 is it worth putting a differant chip in?
Fells fine at the moment as is but the question is will it be better with a chip?
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Old 19-Jul-2014, 12:27 AM
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Any idea what chip you have in there at the moment
When i changed the cans on my 916 I fitted a 916 Senna chip, it ran very well with that.
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Old 21-Jul-2014, 10:23 AM
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I put slip on cans on my 748 and it ran fine, but I got a chip on ebay for 10 of her majesty's pounds, coded for my set up and it made a huge difference. Not any more powerful, but the throttle response was sublime and just rode so much better. Would like to get a custom made chip one day.
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Just the standard one...just wanted to know if changing would make a difference. I will take a look on fleabay to see what chips are going for slip on cans.
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