Hello from The Highlands of Scotland

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Hello from The Highlands of Scotland

Postby joesmuid1 » Mon Mar 26, 2018 5:23 pm

I bought my first GTS back in the nineties and always regretted selling it, so I decided to buy another one, but I didn't like that bike for some reason.

So I am on my third GTS and I am keeping this one.

Roads up here are great fun and I plan a bit of touring again this year, so looking forward to it all.

Looking to liberate a bit more power from the bike, would a power commander and a bit of work on a dyno do the trick?

I am not sure how the bikes are restricted is it in the ECU or is it mechanical?

I know the exhaust is very restrictive, but I would like to keep the bike pretty standard and just liberate a few more BHP from it.

Thought I would finally become a bit pro active and join the forum.

isle of wight
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Re: Hello from The Highlands of Scotland

Postby isle of wight » Tue Mar 27, 2018 11:10 am

Welcome to the Forum. Others will be able to help I'm sure on your questions but please be patient as this isn't the busiest of boards, but friendly ;-) Why do you think you didn't like your second? Where did you get your latest GTS from?
May the 16th shall now be known as GTS day

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Re: Hello from The Highlands of Scotland

Postby Mark Henry » Tue Jul 24, 2018 8:51 pm

Welcome Joesmuid1 - it's only taken me two months to find & read this

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