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Do I need to run plugs different than stock? I have almost completed my header back back termi set with velocity stacks and a power commander 5. Now should I run special spark plugs? Or different oil?
What kind of plugs and oil are you guys running with similar set ups.
It’s a 2012 hypermotard evo sp 1100 with 13k miles and all service done.
 

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I've got the same setup as you on a 1100 evo with 76000km
Have used Motul 7100 10w40 since new, changed every 6000km
Standard spark plugs at every belt change 24000km
 

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And you have similar bolt one?
 

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Not sure what you mean by bolt one
 

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Exhaust header back termi, power commander five , velocity stacks, and a day of dyno tuning
 

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I have the full termi with WASP stacks and PCV
Dyno tune done by WASP and I play a little with the PCV
 

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And you don’t think lightening your set up is a good thing? Don’t get me wrong it’s fun now, but I’m on my third season like this I want more
 

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How much fun is your hooligan hyper set up
 

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I'm not into the high speed stuff, twistier the better, being 75kg the bike is plenty light enough.
Spend to much on tyres to worry about making it lighter, anyway it'll still power up a wheelie in third gear
 

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And you don’t think lightening your set up is a good thing? Don’t get me wrong it’s fun now, but I’m on my third season like this I want more
Change your flywheel to a lighter one and you will notice a bunch more playfulness. It's worth the time and money.

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Change your flywheel to a lighter one and you will notice a bunch more playfulness. It's worth the time and money.

Dave
I thought the evo sp comes with a lightened flywheel alreDy
 
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