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I have a Busa 4 8.16%
5+ HP per sticker 10 20.41%
3-4 HP per sticker 3 6.12%
1-2 HP per sticker 4 8.16%
I donít have any stickers 16 32.65%
Iíve put down 3 months salary on a CLSB sticker but am still awaiting receipt 4 8.16%
I am Silentalero and I donít actually have a bike, I just follow all the riders in my rental car 8 16.33%
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How much RWHP are you getting from your stickers?

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I am looking into boosting the power on my RR and wanted to find out what kind of power gains you guys are seeing form stickers on your ride. Advice on which stickers give the best power gains would be appreciated.

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CLSB stickers average 10 HP at the wheel.




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CLSB stickers average 10 HP at the wheel.
Is that per sticker?

So.. if I put one on each side of the bike, I get 20, right?

Do I have to slide the fork tubes to compensate?

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A discreetly mounted sticker, coupled with synthetic blinker fluid yielded an additional 16 rwhp and provided radar-jamming properties.

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CLSB sticker kick ass.. i got 15 Tony... I don't know what you're talking about

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A discreetly mounted sticker, coupled with synthetic blinker fluid yielded an additional 16 rwhp and provided radar-jamming properties.
Blinker fluid. Removed my stickers from my RR, it was waaay too fast for me. And ROFL on the last choice. Mark, are you wearing a lid too?

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I heard neon lights add about 30hp. you may want to look into it.

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CLSB stickers average 10 HP at the wheel.
The only issue I have with this is that these stickers are extremely illusive and sometimes ethereal

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A discreetly mounted sticker, coupled with synthetic blinker fluid yielded an additional 16 rwhp and provided radar-jamming properties.
I'll have to pick up some blinker fluid, I didn't realize that they make a synthetic one these days? Does it add extra power or does it handle the bright light better?

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I heard neon lights add about 30hp. you may want to look into it.
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Synthetic blinker fluid was designed to provide more consistent lubrication at lower operating temperatures found in today's LED systems.

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Synthetic blinker fluid was designed to provide more consistent lubrication at lower operating temperatures found in today's LED systems.
Ah, makes perfect sense to me now. Thanks for the clarification. Whatís the going price for the synthetic stuff these days, $65/oz?

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The price of the sticker is negligible when you compare it to the tremendous performance gains

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I put a CLSB sticker on my cock.. it got 2" longer!!!!














now its 3" long

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I put a CLSB sticker on my cock.. it got 2" longer!!!!

now its 3" long
Are you sure that extra 1" wasn't because you never fully removed the backing off the sticker?

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The S4 came with four stickers on it. Two dragons that were removed, and two CLSB stickers. Hey Silent, next time buy your bike, get it from a member, chances are it is already CLSB stickered.
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now its 3" long
you're sure you aren't confusing that with the metric system?
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Synthetic blinker fluid was designed to provide more consistent lubrication at lower operating temperatures found in today's LED systems.
True, but ceramic muffler bearings have been shown to increase power more and eliminate a lot of the need to bleed the headlight system, a symptom that is usually recognized by dim lighting.

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True, but ceramic muffler bearings have been shown to increase power more and eliminate a lot of the need to bleed the headlight system, a symptom that is usually recognized by dim lighting.
So when you install the ceramic muffler bearings do you have to slide up the muffler to compensate?

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Hey, if I put one in the rear window of the Vette, will I get 15 squidpower?
don't be ridiculous! that's only good for 10sp. 15 comes when you've got the banner sticker
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Will just removing OEM safety stickers show the same gain because of restriction they cause? Or do you need to mod with new ones?
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Cant we just make bigger CLSB stickers or is that not street legal?

The other day I saw a blue and white CLSB sticker on 294 at around 11 at night... anybody from the board??? Just wondering?
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