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I just installed the doebeck, spike and mayhems a few weeks back. bike runs good , but pipes seem super hot when standing still. anyone have any suggested settings on the doebeck...maybe itsd because FL is 97 degrees outside, but its almost scalding my leg thorugh wraps and jeans at a stand still...

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I just installed the doebeck, spike and mayhems a few weeks back. bike runs good , but pipes seem super hot when standing still. anyone have any suggested settings on the doebeck...maybe itsd because FL is 97 degrees outside, but its almost scalding my leg thorugh wraps and jeans at a stand still...

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I know with my Viper 2s at a stand still i can feel the heat rather well thru jeans. My pipes arent wrapped, but they are double walled. The only thing i have found, is ot spread my legs further apart!
 

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That is normal for Mayhems, they run very hot due to construction. That is why several guys got rid of them, they were burning their legs and jeans. If I remember correctly they do offer optional heat shields, but have not seen picture of any.
 

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I just installed the doebeck, spike and mayhems a few weeks back. bike runs good , but pipes seem super hot when standing still. anyone have any suggested settings on the doebeck...maybe itsd because FL is 97 degrees outside, but its almost scalding my leg thorugh wraps and jeans at a stand still...

thx!
dobeck settings 2-3-3-4 I have s&s Air intake and Cobra slash downs with quiet baffles. I have played with the settings and so far these settings work well.
the last setting 4 was set at 10! from the factory. this is too high.
but would not cause over heating... my guess is what that one guy said its just the nature of your pipes.
 

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dobeck settings 2-3-3-4 I have s&s Air intake and Cobra slash downs with quiet baffles. I have played with the settings and so far these settings work well.
the last setting 4 was set at 10! from the factory. this is too high.
but would not cause over heating... my guess is what that one guy said its just the nature of your pipes.
I'm assuming you are speaking to the clock position 2p, 3p etc... that is way lower than the settings they originally said to put. seems to run best though??
 

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Obtain and install an AFR gauge; It eliminates ALL the guesswork and collective bullshit. Or, you could take it to a COMPETENT (beware: there's no shortage of the other kind) dyno operator. One way or the other, it's going to cost you to optimize the outcome. By the way, what the hell is a "doebeck"? I once knew a guy who played a "Dobro"; is it something like that? LOL.

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Obtain and install an AFR gauge; It eliminates ALL the guesswork and collective bullshit. Or, you could take it to a COMPETENT (beware: there's no shortage of the other kind) dyno operator. One way or the other, it's going to cost you to optimize the outcome. By the way, what the hell is a "doebeck"? I once knew a guy who played a "Dobro"; is it something like that? LOL.

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i think barfury has been to the bar again.
 

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i think barfury has been to the bar again.
You're VERY perceptive, my good man! This time of day, I have a whole different perspective on life, the universe, my navel, women, my reproductive urges, and fuel-controllers in general. Things look entirely different when seen through the bottom of a beer glass! LOL.

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