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Right. Part of me thinks “hey, hot day, you were wiped out, you’re imagining that it was this big calamity.” But man, I have ridden plenty in hot/humid weather, and this was just odd/unusual/atypical. 🤷‍♂️
we all get this - I know it's odd, it must be odd - I have 10million miles experience - moments.
impressions are nice - measurements and proper analysis step by step are the only thing that can help.
 

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I'm not a Challenger owner, so this may or may not be relevant. Installed an entire Rinehart system on my 2016 Chieftain, getting rid of the CAT dropped temps 60+ degrees. Not sure how much that would help a Challenger, it probably would cool down the exhaust heat where the CAT is or isn't
richer combustion that is and no heat collector and new tune
sure way to bring it back to pre emission rules setup
you would loose bike registry and insurance immediately and entry to emission regulated cities in europe instantly, adding the relevant fines to it, and in some countries risk confiscation, at least temporary with additional costs.

get a classic bike instead and power-tune it.
 
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