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Old 09-07-2017, 08:53 AM   #1
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Velocity Stacks?

So I think I am pretty much done modifying my bike for this season.
In the off season I plan of having the ECU flashed but figured while I am in there, should I replace the stock stacks with an aftermarket like Graves, Roth or Factory Pro Stacks?
Is the mod worth it?
Let me know your thought and pros/cons of any of those stacks.
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Worth the $125 for new? Not really. Worth the $60 use? Yes. I felt the midrange was a little smoother with them.

Keep an eye on ebay for them, usually pop up, the fz1 and r1 share the same part number so search both.
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Worth the $125 for new? Not really. Worth the $60 use? Yes. I felt the midrange was a little smoother with them.

Keep an eye on ebay for them, usually pop up, the fz1 and r1 share the same part number so search both.
Good to know, 04-06 r1?
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Yep, my buddy bought the "r1" versions off eBay. Same as mine.
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