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2013 Assault. Bogging

I recently picked up my new assault and I put a MBRP can on it immediately.
Recently ive noticed that its been bogging a bit or a back fire of the sort when id go to pin it hitting a jump or drop. when i slowly put it wide open it wont happen but only when i crack it. Anyone else having this issue?
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Not sure of the exact issue - give it a more run time to have a proper break-in period. Hopefully it will run better as you put more miles on it. Anyone? WL.
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Yea im hoping its something minor like that. Thanks for the imput
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On many sleds with EFI/CFI, adding an aftermarket exhaust part will actually cost you performance as it changes the back pressure and causes the engine to run lean in the mid range.

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so if i brought it to the dealer could I get them to reflash my fuel map?
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I doubt that it would fix the problem as any fix in the mapping would be for a stock exhaust set up.

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Im not really sure how true that is - my understanding is that the pipes is deals with the back pressure and the sound waves - the cans deals with the noise levels. I could be wrong - ANYONE? WL
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