Hey Dan, you should go to tech college and take a motorsports A.A.S degree. I just noticed you have an interest in this stuff. It's nice to see you younger dudes picking up wrenchs and throwing around ideas.They advise you to get the Fuel module for dead spots when you put on an exhaust. In some cases when you put just a slip on...on the bike it will obviously be more free flowing and the fuel injection doesnt adjust to it...so you will sometimes notice a "hitch" in mid range power. In other words......just to make yourself feel better I would get the fuel module with the exhaust.....and it doesnt need to be a "Power commander" there are other brands.
Yeah I originally thought about going to college for motorcycle mechanics.....but I wised up and ive been accepted to school for Buisness Administration and management. This way I have more options when Im ready to do something.....Body shop......bike shop.......who knows.Hey Dan, you should go to tech college and take a motorsports A.A.S degree. I just noticed you have an interest in this stuff. It's nice to see you younger dudes picking up wrenchs and throwing around ideas.
I pretty much want to stay in state.......and yes there are alot of boats around where I live on the coast. But everyone fixes their own shit haha. I built boats at the last job I had for awhile all wood and fiberglass. That was a pretty cool job but I had to let it go :bangheadYou live on the coast? marine/motorsports tech would put you in a rare class, I did some research here in MN where over a 1,000,000 boats and motors are registered and less than 100 marine techs. And thats just the hardline demographics. Not even incuding the motorsports side of the house.