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Here is the dyno graph of my CBR600RR 07 completely stock and it has done 7424 miles in its life

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With and without air filter

Blue without
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Looks like they nailed yours down at around mid 13's a/f ratio. Are you running a Bazzaz or PC3 ?
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Looks like they nailed yours down at around mid 13's a/f ratio. Are you running a Bazzaz or PC3 ?
I am running the PCIII.
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I need to get mine on a dyno, I'll wait till summertime then I'll post the results.

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werd...Im hoping to hit 112whp with my full akra, pc3 and bmc race filter with a custom tune.


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now when i had mine tuned (above), they never tuned it.. the tech said the a/f curve is great ( looks as though), now how is that possible without tuning ? Does the pciii automap itself through riding ? or am i missing something ? i just done get how it can be as good as it gets with the mods i have on without any tuning needed..... help

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my results though were as follows
hp 110.16
TORQUE 44.71

as listed in signature, slip on rs5 yoshi, K&N airfilter, velocity stack mod as listed on here :) PCIII

so after looking on the others on here i did well(dave the super tuner did well :) ), and especially given the heat was 32.46C and no oil change as i forgot til after the tune i had it done :(

So maybe if it was cooler conditions, fresh oil/filter i may have gotten a few mor ponnies??

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now when i had mine tuned (above), they never tuned it.. the tech said the a/f curve is great ( looks as though), now how is that possible without tuning ? Does the pciii automap itself through riding ? or am i missing something ? i just done get how it can be as good as it gets with the mods i have on without any tuning needed..... help

what did you pay for this supposed tune?

Did you receive a map for their non efforts?0

it doesnt tune itself, and tuning is a improvement even if it was bog standard it can be improved, they remove the exhaust inlet valve thingy to improve fuelling also thats if your not into the "legal" side of things :)

Sounds to me like you got screwed over sadly..

the cheats way of tuning is downloading a map from PCIII site diddle about with it a little and charge you like $100-200.

mINE TOOK 6+HRS TO TUNE, and its std enough, air filter, slip on, velocity stacks modified. exhaust inlet valve removed.

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Baseline Dyno Run

Got my results from my baseline dyno run from Tuesday.
Will be curious as to what I get after Arrow Full, BMC and PC3.


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heres mine. i never got a base stock run in but here is mine with tuning

2003 CBR600RR- BMC race filter, DIY stacks,-1 front sprocket,
Engine ice, motul syn. oil, yoshi rs5 slip-on, 5000k HID, BT016,
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The green line is my '07 CBR600 superbike-built engine on pump gas. The red line is a supersport-built '08 R6 on race gas..



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getting my 04 tuned this spring

K&N filter
DIY stacks
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hoping for 105+whp

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pulled 106.96 on a yosh slip on k and n and pcIII with downloaded tune. bone stock with 100.15
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Here's my 07 SDS Performance built engine on R-Tech Outlaw race fuel:


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getting my 04 tuned this spring

K&N filter
DIY stacks
RS-5 Slip-on
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hoping for 105+whp
I have an 03, same setup except i have bmc race filter and i made 108.5 after tune

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wow makes me wonder what my stock 05 makes, got me curious to go to the dyno and see, it will have an exhaust this month
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This is a great thread! I'll be posting mine up soon!

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geezzes harp! 130... man im jealous Im pullin 108 wiith just a few minor mods. What did you do internally to your engine with the SDS performance build?

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0 weight? damn! straight zero or 0wXX?

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Just installed last week, my Leo Corsa system and PC3. It feels faster for sure, and it is on the quiet side (for my taste).

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It is kinda hard to differentiate the blue from the black after scanning the charts in, sorry. The downloaded map from PC was not much different from a zero map except it did smooth out the A/F curve a little at real low RPMs. It actually made it worse from 3k-5k RPM. I am chalking it up to the fact that they just have one Jardine slip-on map on their site, and I am gessing it is not for the dual outlet RT-one. I like how the new map allows the bike to make HP and get through the gear about a second faster. You can see the A/F ratio now is much smoother at about 13-13.5



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had my 07 600rr dynoed today... my numbers seem high compared to everything im seeing on here so i kinda wonder how accurate mine are. its got akra full race stainless system. bmc filter. tuned on a bazzaz z-fi box.


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Every dyno is gonna be different. You could run the same bike on 3 different dynos and get 100hp, 105hp and 110hp. That is why you take a base reading before having it dyno tuned, so you can see the improvement. Unless you run your bike on the same dyno as the next guy, you can't compare max hp figures, only the differences (new output minus old output).

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