It surprises me that your silencer looks like new. I have seen bikes with a lot less miles that have a cooked muffler. Bike looks to be well cared for and I know it is.
Would a leaner mixture lead to more "cooking"? When I had mine dyno'd it was rich across the spectrum and after 3k miles there is just the slightest hue on the OEM torpedo. Witness the opposite on Dirk's new B5 that was "broken in" on the programmed dyno for 50 miles. The shop needs to rethink this type of break in, methinks.
That pipe looks like it has been MIGHTY hot!So has that bike been "broken in" by some quick fix strap-it-to-a-machine method or something?Bonkers! Why? It's such a pleasure breaking in a Royal Enfield on the road over a few weeks. They love it. You feel em gradually let go and loosen up.That poor burnt bike is gonna get you back for that kind of treatment.......
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