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greeting to all, just joined thr site from england have just purchased a 2010 fury they have only just been released over here and am looking to change the oh so quiet pipes!! you have so much choice over there we have nothing as of yet i have found a few dealers stateside that will ship to england thank god ..just a quick question on the originall pipes there is like electric sensors actually screwed into the pipes at the bottom,as you guys have had the fury a while now what do you with them when you fit aftermarket pipes i am looking to buy the cobra swept speedsters all infowill be gratefully received and just to sat what a great site ...regards..wigoh
 

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Greeting to all, just joined the site from England have just purchased a 2010 fury they have only just been released over here and am looking to change the oh so quiet pipes!! you have so much choice over there we have nothing as of yet i have found a few dealers stateside that will ship to England thank god ..just a quick question on the original pipes there is like electric sensors actually screwed into the pipes at the bottom,as you guys have had the fury a while now what do you with them when you fit aftermarket pipes i am looking to buy the cobra swept speedsters all info will be gratefully received and just to say what a great site ...regards.. Wigoh

Welcome to the site brother! Glad to have you!

Hope you enjoy all the info here, there are some others that are in the same situation as you, hopefully they will drop by and describe what they did to overcome the bungs.
 

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Welcome to the site brother! Glad to have you!

Hope you enjoy all the info here, there are some others that are in the same situation as you, hopefully they will drop by and describe what they did to overcome the bungs.
Are those O2 sensors, and if they are, are they really necessary for the engine to run properly? Are they just EPA junk, or what? Just curious since ours do not have them.

Welcome, wigoh!
 

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Those are 02 bungs. I have been working with the Aussie guys and the Scot to obtain info on aftermarket pipes. It seems that you don't need those, just standard aftermarket pipes and fuel controller. You will have to install a couple of 330omh 1v resistors to 02 wires so ECM does not override FI,FC. All info from non proffesionals. However Doug from Fuggin is a proffesional and is doing test in Aussie land now for correct configuration. Just have to wait a bit! Welcome and Cheers Matie!!:D

 

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Welcome. Yes we have the o2 sensors on our pipes in Australia. I think Cobra have or are working on pipes for bikes with o2 sensors as they are the only brand available here. Crazy money though about AU $1550.
 

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Keep us up to date on how you are progressing with your bike. Pipes are at the top of the list as far as first things to do. While you’re sitting around waiting on pipes, now is a good time to get started on those reflectors and stickers. :D
 

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Hi wigoh,
imported mine from the lads at HONDA EAST TOLEDO back in september last year,
best and cheapest way to help the pipes along is to drill a 25mm hole in the blanking plates on your exausts,(obviously in the center) but dont go in too far, you've got about 3 inches after the plates before you hit the cats (try shoving something up the holes you'll see what i mean) they sound much better, only thing is you have to run it on super unleaded, the bike loves it, and you do get a cpl of extra mpg to offset the cost also.
it's worth a try before you go spending a few hundred quid on pipes and power comander.

cheers binko.
 

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WElcome to the forums
 

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Welcome to the site. A lot of good info and good people. Its so cool to have different owners from all over the world. Post some pictures.

Do you see many custom CHOPPERS in your area, I would imagine not but fill us in...

Safe riding...:cool:
 

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hi led sled,the custom bike scene is pretty good in england with lots of one-off bike shops as for my area its good for customs you guys have so much choice with aftermarket goodies!while over here if we cant buy it we get it made or make yourself when i get 5 mins i will put some pics on..keep biking..
 

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Greetings Wigoh.

I'm in the same boat with the pipes. The guys on this forum are really helpful. Great knowledge base.

I'm up in Edinburgh. Had the bike since 1st March 2010.
 
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