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2wheeldynoworks

FZ-07 Flash Dyno charts!

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2wheeldynoworks
Here are a couple graphs from our flash for the FZ-07
 
Blue: Stock
Red: Flashed + Stock Exhaust
Green: Flashed + Akrapovic Carbon Exhaust
fz07%20stock%20vs%20flashed%20vs%20akro%20carbon%20flashed_zps44may7hv.png
 
 
Blue: Stock Exhaust
Red: Flash + Stock Exhaust 
fz07%20stock%20pipe%20before%20and%20after%20flash_zpslezdxscl.png
 
 
Red: Full Yoshimura Exhaust Snorkel Removed
Blue: Full Yoshimura Exhaust Snorkel Not Removed
full%20yosh%20snorkel%20already%20removed%20vs%20flash_zpsfcpbnrhz.png
 
 
Termignoni Flashed Before After
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Full Leo Vince 70.24 Hp 49.27 Tq
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M4 Slip-On
 
fz07m4_zps9mdqxj6h.jpeg
 
 
 
IXIL System
 
fz07ixil_zpshchzurot.jpeg
 
Akrapovic Ti
Baffle out 74.03hp 54.07ft lb
 
Baffle in 72.75hp 51.75ft lb
fz07%20akra%20ti%20baffle%20in%20vs%20baffle%20out_zpsyinvctku.png
 
 
 
SC Project Full System Baffle Out
Fz07_Sc_project_full_system_baffle_out.png
 
SC Project Full System Baffle in vs Baffle out
fz07_sc_project_baffle_in_vs_baffle_out.png
 
M4 slip on baffle in
Fz07_M4_slip_on_baffle_in.png
 
Full Yosh
Fz07_Full_Yosh.png
 
Termignoni before/after
fz7_termi_before_and_after.png
 
Full Termi
Fz07_Full_Termi.png
 
Two Brothers S1R
Fz07_S1R.png
 
M4 slip on with Hord Power Airbox
Fz07_M4_slip_on_with_hoard_airbox.png
 
Full Arrow
Fz07_Full_Arrow.png
 
 
 
 
 
 
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snowdriftless
Welcome to the forum and thank you for being a supporting vendor and the Dyno graphs! I know that the reflash should be compatible with fuel controllers but what would you do in the instance of an FZ-07 that had a fuel controller? Would you leave the stock mapping (With increased off throttle fuel response and let the fuel controller do the rest or would you flash the ECU for a specific tune and use the fuel controller for minor adjustments?

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Cruizin
Holy crap, even on the stock exhaust chart, look at the HP increase between 4500 and 8500 RPM!
 
Also shocked to see that stock, the FZ-07 only makes 4 more HP than my 450CC dirtbike! anyone want to race your stocker agains my dirtbike? lol

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2wheeldynoworks
Welcome to the forum and thank you for being a supporting vendor and the Dyno graphs! I know that the reflash should be compatible with fuel controllers but what would you do in the instance of an FZ-07 that had a fuel controller? Would you leave the stock mapping (With increased off throttle fuel response and let the fuel controller do the rest or would you flash the ECU for a specific tune and use the fuel controller for minor adjustments?
Thank you for the warm welcome! To clarify on some things, the fuel programmers are piggy back fuel adjusters. So the fuel programmer is compatible with whatever is on the bike, and would just need to be adjusted to hit the target air fuel ratios. that is all it is for. so if your target air fuel ratio is met with the flash, it isn't necessary. if modifications to the bike are made and the air fuel ratio is off by a little bit, a fuel programmer can be used to make the trims necessary to achieve that target air fuel ratio. we offer lifetime reflashes for most modifications though :) 
 
We prefer to leave the fueling in our flash, however it can be removed if someone wants to build their own custom fuel mapping with a fuel programmer. We spend many hours creating these maps on the dyno but we understand some people like tinkering themselves and that's ok! 
 
 
 

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phicurious86
The numbers certainly are impressive. Any idea how much this flash drops the mileage by?
 

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2wheeldynoworks
The numbers certainly are impressive. Any idea how much this flash drops the mileage by?
so far the feedback has shown equal or greater mileage than before but we'll know more as more people start riding. it's hard to determine as your mpg's are directly related to your right wrist 
since a stock bike is running inefficiently, once it's tuned and running optimally, mileage usually increases
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phicurious86
The numbers certainly are impressive. Any idea how much this flash drops the mileage by?
so far the feedback has shown equal or greater mileage than before but we'll know more as more people start riding. it's hard to determine as your mpg's are directly related to your right wrist 
since a stock bike is running inefficiently, once it's tuned and running optimally, mileage usually increases
Well... scheisse. You're making it really hard to talk myself out of getting this and I'm about to go on a week long trip where I won't be riding the bike anyway.
 
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2wheeldynoworks
so far the feedback has shown equal or greater mileage than before but we'll know more as more people start riding. it's hard to determine as your mpg's are directly related to your right wrist 
since a stock bike is running inefficiently, once it's tuned and running optimally, mileage usually increases
Well... scheisse. You're making it really hard to talk myself out of getting this and I'm about to go on a week long trip where I won't be riding the bike anyway.
that just sounds too darn convenient doesn't it! and the price is only $319 ;)
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wingnutted
I believe the 3rd chart (Yoshi exhaust) is the one Nels ran off my bike a couple weeks ago when I took it in. After a `500 hundred miles of mixed riding, I have noticed a decrease in overall mileage, which we're hoping to address when I get back over there on the 30th.
 
However, the throttle response / feel / power has been improved, especially through the mid / high range.
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phicurious86
I believe the 3rd chart (Yoshi exhaust) is the one Nels ran off my bike a couple weeks ago when I took it in. After a `500 hundred miles of mixed riding, I have noticed a decrease in overall mileage, which we're hoping to address when I get back over there on the 30th. 
However, the throttle response / feel / power has been improved, especially through the mid / high range.
I expected a decrease overall. But so long as I can keep my average MPG around 50 (which is where it currently is with an EJK and yoshi carbon) I'll be content.  
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wingnutted
I believe the 3rd chart (Yoshi exhaust) is the one Nels ran off my bike a couple weeks ago when I took it in. After a `500 hundred miles of mixed riding, I have noticed a decrease in overall mileage, which we're hoping to address when I get back over there on the 30th. 
However, the throttle response / feel / power has been improved, especially through the mid / high range.
I expected a decrease overall. But so long as I can keep my average MPG around 50 (which is where it currently is with an EJK and yoshi carbon) I'll be content.
I don't remember the EXACT mileage, but over those 500 miles it was between 51-52

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Cruizin
People on the FJ-09 Forums are reporting an increase in mileage after the flash. Right wrist has alot to do with that though..

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crazycracka501
Personally, I'm genuinely impressed with the numbers on the dyno charts. So much for all the arguments over "I don't understand why people would change exhaust for a measly +1hp", not to mention the extra gain in torque. I've gotta quit spending money on this bike but you guys make it so damn difficult!!  ;)

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thomascrown
Were these tuned on 91 or 93 octane?

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scordiaboy515
Spoke to Nels today......ECU will be boxed up and shipped tomorrow....sounds like just what the doctor ordered 8-)
 
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