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To my knowlege, I'm the 4th person here to get one of these

http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=259171&highlight=flow+commander

Still waiting on a #38 pilot jet to complete installation, and I have little doubt how well it will work. The pics don't do it justice. HUGE compared to stock, and very high quailty. If it provides 1-2hp, it's a bargin. Athough I'll never catch Burned, I should be scratchin at 53hp by now :banghead: Thanks for the original post Nate!

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Let us know how it goes! I want to hear more input from others! I noticed better performance right away. The graphs I posted originally support that conclusion..... Faster Accerleration. More G forces.

It probably has more to do with the fact the stack has a nice wide opening and the airboot mods to go with. But still. I'll take it. The tunability is just an awesome bonus. :banghead:

I'm gonna get it dynoed before and after I put the Yosh 450 In so we will see what its making.

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53 hp is insane. Are you guys starting out with DRZ400Ss or DRZ400Es?

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Big bore + cams + pipe will get you close to 48hp. The only difference between the S and E at that point is the carb and cdi.

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It probably has more to do with the fact the stack has a nice wide opening and the airboot mods to go with. But still. I'll take it. The tunability is just an awesome bonus. :banghead:

You planted the seed, and Burned putting that CRF carb set up on convinced me. Notice how every diagram you see of an FCR has a velocity stack on it, and not the "adapter" that comes on ours?

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You planted the seed, and Burned putting that CRF carb set up on convinced me. Notice how every diagram you see of an FCR has a velocity stack on it, and not the "adapter" that comes on ours?
Exactly. More flow and velocity to go with.....

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