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|08-24-2009 02:49 PM|
Originally Posted by jgos929 View Post
|08-24-2009 12:34 PM|
Originally Posted by Defender View Post
|08-23-2009 12:36 AM|
|mighty max||Gd for Man!...Hope you will be happy...Have u tried on track yet?..Play around with other bikes in track..|
|08-22-2009 04:18 PM|
I took the RC in this morning to have her dyno tuned and a custom map made for her. I had been using the "fiddy1" map for a Thorsten Airbox, flapper, PAIR, and soft rev modded bike. We used this as a starting point and worked from there. The baseline run showed some lean conditions at various points in the powerband, the largest and most noticable around 5000 rpm and extending to just under 6000 rpm.
The baseline power was 120.2 hp/69.6 tq. He cleaned up the A/F ratio throughout the powerband, and brought everything closer to 13.0:1 A/F. The A/F line was very flat after cleanup, and the bike seemed to pick up a good bit in the midrange and at the very top end. When we finished, the bike put down 123.8 hp/ 70.3 lb.ft. The tech told me their dyno had been damaged by a lightning strike 6 months ago, and that it now reads somewhat low, between 3 and 5 hp according to their experience. The service manager agreed and said not to worry too much about the numbers. they are supposed to email me the graph, since the printer was not cooperating. (I don't have much experience with these bikes yet, but I'm guessing the torque numbers are pretty accurate, even if the power numbers are a tad low.)
I wasn't concerned about the numbers so much as I was making about sure the A/F ratio wasn't dangerously lean anywhere. I also wanted to see if it would improve the riding experience.
It definitely has.
The midrange seems much more lively, there are NO flat spots anywhere. and the low RPM hesitation at about 25-30 mph is much improved. I noticed this riding back into my neighborhood where the part throttle, low speed riding didn't use to make her very happy. Now she doesn't protest AS much, but she still lets me know she'd rather get out and stretch her legs.
For jgos929: Thanks for stressing the importance of the custom map!
|08-20-2009 12:22 PM|
I have ordered :
1. Turnone [email protected]$415
2. [email protected]$275
3. Radiator [email protected]$295
4. Soft Rev @$10
5. Hyper Flux [email protected]$102
6. Factory Pro Shift [email protected]$199
7. Dan Kyle Sock [email protected]$349
I wanted to order Ceramic bearing. Prices stated $160 but Scott quote me $460 due he said RC51 need 5 bearing..so it over from my budget.
Next Ordering List is Slipper Clutch from EU.
Parts will be arriving next end of the month(i guess due Brett will be back on the 25 or 26 Aug). Well i cant wait..
|08-20-2009 10:59 AM|
|Defender||My appointment is set for 10am Saturday, and it looks like the weather may cooperate. I'll update when I get it done.|
|08-19-2009 11:58 AM|
|mighty max||Tks Jgos929..Yo Defender, informed us after u dyno the bike..What BHP u getting man.|
|08-17-2009 12:30 PM|
Originally Posted by mighty max View Post
|08-17-2009 02:06 AM|
In Singapore price range from $280 ABove(Sing Dollar)
Jgos929, can i fix new Hyper Flux Plate on a Slipper Clutch?
|08-16-2009 06:40 PM|
|jgos929||Near me its about $275 but I just read on another forum a guy got his done at a shop near him for $180. Definitely price out a couple of different places.|
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