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cyow5
3 hours ago, Ryan O'Keefe said:

Just browsing the web doing a little research and came across this thread. The majority of your posts are very assuming of what these bikes have on board.

 

The sensors are narrow band (not wide band expensive fokers) and the feedback they give is really only going to help with things like altitude changes. They definitely aren't going to adapt to every single change. 

You’ve misunderstood. As I stated earlier, the MAP sensor’s sole purpose is to increase fuel when manifold pressure increases. In another post, a helpful user posted the tables the ECU uses in this case if you want to see exactly. 

 

The narrow band isn’t the only sensor the ECU has to use

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bashlock

Update!!!

 

full akrapovic titanium with modified dB killer, and power commander 5 installed.

 

Content for now. Power is smooth and linear, as it should be. 

 

 

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r1limited
2 hours ago, bashlock said:

Update!!!

 

full akrapovic titanium with modified dB killer, and power commander 5 installed.

 

Content for now. Power is smooth and linear, as it should be. 

 

 

Thats awesome, hows the blipping and clutching in third


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twf

I will test some of this lengths soon. I made clamp on adapters for tb's to be able to bolt on various length velocity stack used on flatslide carbs. 

I also made set that is longer with pod filters.

This tb's are bored out as well.

 

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bashlock

r1limited 

 

unsure of what you mean by blipping, and clutching in third is great? Probably not the bike though. 

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blackout
20 hours ago, twf said:

I will test some of this lengths soon. I made clamp on adapters for tb's to be able to bolt on various length velocity stack used on flatslide carbs. 

I also made set that is longer with pod filters.

This tb's are bored out as well.

 

IMG_2591_zpsv0gbo0z6.jpg

 

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I like your clamp-on adapters for attaching the velocity stacks.   Good idea!


Craig Mapstone
Upstate New York

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Beemer
On 10/5/2017 at 10:50 AM, r1limited said:

I think the probability of unincumbered air flatulance in direct corrolation of comparable matrix of solidification effect will decress the over all surface ratio of effectual circumfrance tilt

WHAT?!!

 

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hordboy
On 12/24/2017 at 2:13 PM, twf said:

Nice setup Zoran.  I did something similar.  A problem will be fitting the longer left stack in the chassis, the frame tube interferes.  The cylinder head does not sit in the center.

 

I will test some of this lengths soon. I made clamp on adapters for tb's to be able to bolt on various length velocity stack used on flatslide carbs. 

I also made set that is longer with pod filters.

This tb's are bored out as well.

 

 

 

 

 

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twf

I can angle stacks if needed. Need to get engine back in frame first. 

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twf

With this throttles/stacks, cleaning ports and mild cams bike did ok on dyno.

 

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gregjet

Interested in the torque and HP increases at 4 to 5 grand. That's a solid jump in a good place for a street bike. Unusual for even slightly more agressive cams. Was there any other changes? Was the initial reading with stock airbox?

Is it dynoed in a different gear?

 

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Go forth and modify my son...go forth and modify...

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twf

Only changes are bored throttles, some porting, stacks and cams. Graves exhaust.

Engine is stock otherwise, stock pistons and compression.

One dyno run is pump fuel and other is MR12, 3hp difference in fuel.  

 

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Tupapa916
On 10/4/2017 at 8:27 AM, bashlock said:

I removed the stock airbox completely and am running two cheap pod filters on the throttle body. After reading mixed reviews, I was worried the stock ecu setup wouldn’t take it well. 

 

HOWEVER, I am glad to say it runs great. Much more mid power and sounds beastly. 

 

 

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What size air filter is it?

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Tupapa916
On 10/8/2017 at 8:01 PM, bashlock said:

They are just cheap universal filters from

ebay. I used the factory clamps

What size are the after market filters?

 

 

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K&N RC-2340 Universal Clamp-On... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00062YOKO?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf

 

 

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Tupapa916
On 10/4/2017 at 8:27 AM, bashlock said:

I removed the stock airbox completely and am running two cheap pod filters on the throttle body. After reading mixed reviews, I was worried the stock ecu setup wouldn’t take it well. 

 

HOWEVER, I am glad to say it runs great. Much more mid power and sounds beastly. 

 

 

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What did you do with the hose that connected to the air box?

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bashlock

If I remember right it’s only a breather, just route the hose somewhere it won’t introduce more heat to the intake 

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blackout
9 hours ago, bashlock said:

If I remember right it’s only a breather, just route the hose somewhere it won’t introduce more heat to the intake 

Yup, but I'd look for a small breather filter.  Pretty sure K&N makes those as well.


Craig Mapstone
Upstate New York

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r1limited
14 hours ago, bashlock said:

Oh yeah, now recall I bought this 

 

K&N 62-1600RD Vent Air Filter /... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B009774GCA?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf

That is not them, This is the set.

K&N RC-2360

 

Anyone know what the center to center measurement is between TB's?  I will find out eventually, have yet to get to the FZ for maintenance this winter

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bashlock
1 hour ago, r1limited said:

That is not them, This is the set.

K&N RC-2360

 

Anyone know what the center to center measurement is between TB's?  I will find out eventually, have yet to get to the FZ for maintenance this winter

what is not them?

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hard to see the vent filter on top of the valve cover (K&N 62-1600RD). 

 

Also, these were the final filters I ran (K&N RC-2340) with some Outerwear covers to keep the water out.

 

There may be a closer fit as far as filters, but this worked for me.

 

 

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r1limited
9 hours ago, bashlock said:

what is not them?

tI did not see you used these for vents

 


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