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09 rmk HELP !!!

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I recentely bougth a 09 800 rmk with a MBRP can
My main concern is if I need to make some kind of tune up or i'ts put it there and ride.

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u probly dont have to do any thing but maby so go over it and and look for things and dont be afraid to drive it to find anything out
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When I ride 0% to 75% and at 100% on the trigger sled sound and run great but at 75% the can sond irregular
So I was wondering if the sled could became lean at 75% because of the can

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That's probably about where the VES valves are coming on. The can shouldn't require any tuning to stay safe.

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So what is better between getting my ECM tune up by my dealer or buy a autotune because I really think I should get my sled tune up because of the can
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Usually, if you just add a can, there isn't much need to change the fuel map. If you add a pipe and can, go with the recommendation of the manufacturer. I have an SLP pipe and can on my 700 with a ported engine and SLP recommends going with the Polaris fuel map. Talk to the can manufacturer, they are best at answering this kind of question.

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