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This is a discussion on Yoshimura Exhaust 2016 Ninja within the General Ninja 650R forums, part of the Kawasaki Ninja 650R category; Hi all, I'm thinking of replacing the factory exhaust with a Yoshimura RS4 exhaust. Installation seems to be quitte easy but I'm worried about some ...

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    Yoshimura Exhaust 2016 Ninja

    Hi all,

    I'm thinking of replacing the factory exhaust with a Yoshimura RS4 exhaust. Installation seems to be quitte easy but I'm worried about some modifications that I have to do with a power commander to change the factory settings. Can anyone explain me what this is all about ? Do I really need to use the Power Commander in order to install the exhaust ?

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    I have the Yoshi RS4 on my 14 650r, only mod I did was the PAIR block off. You don't need the power commander, but I hear it helps more with the exhaust popping on deceleration.

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    Thx Sarge, since i'm a newbie, can you please explain what does PAIR block off means ?

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    It's where you remove the hose to the PAIR valve and use 5/8" rubber caps to seal it up. The PAIR valve is just a secondary air injection system installed by the government for emissions. Considering you want to put on a Yoshi exhaust which will remove the catalytic converter on your bike from factory, you're already tossing emissions out the window. The PAIR valve mod will reduce the amount of popping in the exhaust under heavy deceleration caused by unburnt fuel vapors. Here's a link to a good writeup I found with pictures on how to. It says it's for a 2012, but it will be the same for your 2016.

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9F...hNOWN6UW8/view
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    Thx again

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    I am a bit curious I have an 09 650R Ninja and took the factory exhaust off about a month or so ago, and just now started to have some bogging issues while in gear. I was wondering if Sarge may have an answer as to if it has something to do with the fuel to air ratio finally being out of place from no back pressure or what you may think. It just started this passed weekend and I've been riding it without the exhaust for a while with no problems other than what you were saying to Rbarbosq with the popping coming from it every once in a while. It runs fine while in idle and I have no issues but once I put it in gear it will jump in RPMs and go from taking off really slow, (bogged down) to jumping up really high to where I get thrown a little bit from not expecting it. Do you by chance have any suggestions on fixing it at the house rather than taking it to a shop for getting some mapping changed by chance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krazymanwalker View Post
    I am a bit curious I have an 09 650R Ninja and took the factory exhaust off about a month or so ago, and just now started to have some bogging issues while in gear. I was wondering if Sarge may have an answer as to if it has something to do with the fuel to air ratio finally being out of place from no back pressure or what you may think. It just started this passed weekend and I've been riding it without the exhaust for a while with no problems other than what you were saying to Rbarbosq with the popping coming from it every once in a while. It runs fine while in idle and I have no issues but once I put it in gear it will jump in RPMs and go from taking off really slow, (bogged down) to jumping up really high to where I get thrown a little bit from not expecting it. Do you by chance have any suggestions on fixing it at the house rather than taking it to a shop for getting some mapping changed by chance?
    Are you sure what you are experiencing isn't an issue with the clutch? Without riding the bike or seeing it in person..that's kind of what it sounds like it might be. Especially since it was running fine before. Are you sure the clutch cable is properly adjusted..with the correct amount of free play?

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    Yea I don't think back pressure is an issue in your case because I don't think the 2011 and older had catalytic converters to begin with, I think those started in 2012.

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    I don't have any issues with the clutch from what it feels like to me. I can put it in gear and just keep the clutch disengaged and it will start dropping in it's idle slowly, then picks back up again. I was going to put the muffler back on and see what happens, but I haven't had the chance to do so yet. I can try to adjust the clutch cable some and then give it a shot and see what happens. Anything is worth a try before having to take it to a shop or taking a lot of things apart on my end I believe. I was going to see about getting a diagnostic, which will end up being $98 if it comes down to it. I will go through some of those ideas and see if anything changes, and then I will get back. Sorry I didn't write back sooner, this is the first time I've been on a forum and didn't know I wouldn't get any kind of notification from someone writing on here.

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    Are you sure you don't have any exhaust leaks? Use a candle and bring it around your exhaust joints. Observe the candle's smoke.

    If there's no leak, maybe your bike needs a power commander. Not all engines are built the same, and maybe it took your engine time to adjust? I know my bike would bog down going up hills, so I bought a power commander. The power commander started going wonky on me after a year, so I took it off and I have yet to notice the bogging return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge1992 View Post
    Yea I don't think back pressure is an issue in your case because I don't think the 2011 and older had catalytic converters to begin with, I think those started in 2012.
    The first gen bikes had cats. Very clogging type of cats not the flow thru type.

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