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I recently installed a set of Morton's Infernos and a Power Commander V on my bike. I plan to have a custom map made but im waiting till I order my spike air kit. They dont have a map for this set up, or much at all for that matter, on the Dynojet site. I spoke to one of their techs and he said to run the Cobra swept map until i can get it on a Dyno. Bike is running great with no pinging or popping on decceleration or downshift, but my new pipes are already starting to get some blueing near the heads. My dealer mechanic basically told me "tough sh$t thats what you get for ordering single wall pipes." Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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I recently installed a set of Morton's Infernos and a Power Commander V on my bike. I plan to have a custom map made but im waiting till I order my spike air kit. They dont have a map for this set up, or much at all for that matter, on the Dynojet site. I spoke to one of their techs and he said to run the Cobra swept map until i can get it on a Dyno. Bike is running great with no pinging or popping on decceleration or downshift, but my new pipes are already starting to get some blueing near the heads. My dealer mechanic basically told me "tough sh$t thats what you get for ordering single wall pipes." Any help would be greatly appreciated.
There is some stuff called bluejob and a few other products out there similar that is supposed to work. I would also try bumping all the cells up about 2% or so and see if it helps a little, since you know your exhaust temps are getting high enough to discolor pipes. Also monitor your plugs to make sure they arnt looking like a lean or rich running condition. Another thing is if the TPS isnt calibrated on the PCV software it will lock the throttle reading on the PCV to a cell (mine after just installing was stuck at 100% throttle) You just gotta plug in a comp to PCV hit calibrate and Throttle position, wait for it to warm up then set the value on left for idle by typing it in, crack the throttle quickly and see about where wot's voltage reads then punch that in on Rt side

It is kind of true that single wall pipes stink because if they blue its obvious, with the full heat shield it covers any blueing.
 

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Thanks imwright1985. I dont really have access to a laptop but ill take it to my mechanic and explain what you said to him. I just found out Mortons offers heat shields for the pipes i ordered so ill prob just order a set. I've already bout burnt my leg a couple times on these new pipes.
 

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Did you talk to Doug Morton because when I asked him if he had a package deal for a FC and the inferno's he said that he didn't have a package deal but that he could program the PCV for an extra $40 so I'm thinking he has a map for it but don't know if it's just for the pipes or with an aftermarket intake also, might be cheaper than getting the bike dyno'd.
 

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Bon Ami or Barkeeper's Friend from the supermarket gets the bluing of my wife's stainless steel cookware. Might be worth a try in an inconspicuous spot to see if it works on chrome.
 

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i put D&D exhaust on great sound no mapping kept my header pipes and no blue !!
Me too! Great sound and not too loud if you stay off it, quite loud if you get on it. No burned legs, no dragging on the ground and I saved the stock parts just in case the gubmint gits in my bidness.
 

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I would look back on thier website and see if they have a map for any other pipes that look like they are shorter (have less back pressure) than the cobras. I would think that this would bring down your exhaust temps a bit (mabe, it's worth a try)
 
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