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  1. SitDownPro

    Dyno pulls on the new CRF450L

    WhEr R d RuNs? ­čść stoked to see what you came up with.
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    Vortex ECU for the 2019 Honda CRF450L!

    No one will know the factual information to that question until the documentation is released. I recall Tokyomods' website stating the ecu is for an uncorked system. Vortexcdi does not have the product listed on their website, so no manufacturer information is available.
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    Vortex ECU for the 2019 Honda CRF450L!

    Things may differ on our ECU, but seem attached image from a KTM690.
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    Vortex ECU for the 2019 Honda CRF450L!

    You still have some adjustments. You pick a map, then you have 3 adjustments. Fuel for low mid and high. So you can do some fine tuning. Also, the amount of R&D and hardware costs are multiple times more expensive for an entire ecu than the Power Commander.
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    Vortex ECU for the 2019 Honda CRF450L!

    Like the above post states, the ecu comes with 10 maps designed for a stock bike with a full exhaust (derestricted). The only reason you'd need the tune software would be if you were changing internals or had a very specific engine mapping that you want to achieve. Aka, you don't need it. Also, software is an additional few hundred.
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    anybody weigh the stock muffler and swingarm?

    I'm fairly confident that the stock exhaust system weighs 17lbs. My buddy weighed his, but the exact number has slipped my mind. That may just be the muffler, but I doubt it.
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    Vortex ECU for the 2019 Honda CRF450L!

    Guess who has finally came: https://tokyomods.com/shop/vortex/vortex-ecus/vortex-x10-ecu-honda-crf450l-2019-closed-course-competition-use-only/
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    CRF450L Aftermarket Exhaust Options?

    The muffler mostly creates the lean condition. The header has little affect to the lean state.
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    New to TT! Just got my 450L! USED!

    10w 30 for medium to colder US weather (average 60-70┬░f or below) 10w 40 for warmer averages (I run this in Florida and I would in Texas Filter change every time. Same filter as crf450r Interval is 600miles. After first two or three changes maybe 1k miles without large abuse will be good. Valve checks @ 1800... every time. Air filter every oil change.
  10. I see you've added a new rule for the entry. I hope everyone who submitted a review before will post their link! ­čĹŹ
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    CRF450L Aftermarket Exhaust Options?

    The exhaust for the 450L will be the products advertised for 19' 450X.
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    New IMS gas tank first look

    From what I understand, the fuel calculation is based off of front wheel speed and injector volume. Therefore the calculation will be accurate changing the tank. The bike doesn't tell you what is left, but tells you how much you've used.
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    450L Rally Concept

    I noticed that same thing lol
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    12 O'clock Labs Product Line

    I'm wondering if you can mount flush style turn signals on the blank plates. I believe the larger bolt in the plate is a 5/16 bolt. Pretty sure I used a 1/2" wrench for the nut. So I guess if the through-bolt was that size or a little bigger, yes.
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    12 O'clock Labs Product Line

    Here's a little teaser image for the 12 o'clock labs tail light setup. I'll be uploading a video soon giving a demonstration and tips for the installation. The consensus is that it's quality and clean. Oh, and what do you think of that 450RWE seat cover?