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Is anybody aware if the fury emissions is set different in California and if so what was changed?

Reason for this question is the other day I spoke to my mechanic about Samson exhaust and why they don’t use a fuel controller. As it was explained to me the fury emission in California is set rich and installing the exhaust will lean the mixture to were it should be set, thus eliminating the need for a fuel controller. I however do not live in California rather on the east coast and was wondering if the settings actually are different and if I installed the exhaust without a controller would I have the same results?

Sometime in the next two weeks I will be ordering the exhaust and with the help of a very good mechanic will be installing the exhaust without the controller and monitoring the performance closely. If anybody has any information as to the above questions would be greatly appreciated.
 

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The 50 State models have a differant ECU than the 49 State models, so there is probably something in the program, I am no expert on emmisions, but I would think the 50 State models would start out leaner (fewer emissions) than the other bikes. If you have a Matte Silver model, then you DO have a 50 State model, as all of them come that way.
 

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Thanks for the info.
I have the red one so if I understand it correctly than my bike wound make my bike on the rich side. Installing this exhaust without EFI management should work just fine.
Thanks again. Will keep everybody posted as to my results.
Paul
 

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NO, changing the pipes will lean the engine out do to less backpressure/restriction. A leaner engine will run hotter, and cause the pipes to blue (among other things)
 
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