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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-27-2007, 11:32 PM Thread Starter
 
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Cool Custom Map!!!

Today I had my bike custom mapped. I currently have the Jardine RT-1 slip on, K & N air filter and PCIII. The dynojet sheet says that before the bikes max power was 97.3 and max torque was 41.2. After the adjustments the second run shows on the sheet max power was increased to 101 and max torque only 41.9. According to the tech he said that for my bike I actually had more power than normal (I guess he is comparing it to other 600cc bikes). Is this true? Or is he pulling my leg? Do the numbers sound right to you guys? By the way I live in California but the bike I purchased it when I was in the navy, I was stationed in Everett, Washington. Any info or comments are appreciated. Thanks in advance!! CHITO
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Here's mine from last week. Yosh slip-on and BMC air filter.


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I wish I lived a sea level. I'm only pulling 96 hp because of elevation. We're at 4500 feet. On a full run through all the gears I topped at 103.6 but that was a wierd little spike.

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I had 117 hp from my dyno run.
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I didn't feel any changes, the bike seems just about the same. It is not running rich anymore though. CHITO
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Remember EVERY Dyno is going to be different!


"at 8k i often get the tire to slip a bit(kinda like stoner in motogp) when i start to get on the throttle"
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Remember EVERY Dyno is going to be different!
Absolutely true, that's why all runs should be done on the same one over time, and why the pre and post numbers are all that matters.
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the gain is what matters, the actual numbers will vary dyno to dyno and air quality and density and weather all play a factor....
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Since yesterday we had a little bit of rain I couldn't test it out but I did today. I did notice the change it was smoother, I get a better response on the throttle. I'm pretty happy I did it. I paid 220 for the Dyno, hopefully I didn't overpay. Thanks on the input.
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Tell me your custom map took more the 2 runs...??

I added my exhaust and just ran it on the dyno, no PC3 at the time and it was 105.7hp..
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with fp stacks and a scorpian slip on i hit 109 on a certified dyno jet!!! i dont think the dude did it right cause it didnt really make it any faster in the quarter mile... my best run was an 11.4 i crossed at 121mph but im also 215 i know im trying to loss this beer belly but its not working out to good... lol
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isn't loosing 5 pounds of body-weight like gaining 1 or 2 horsepower???

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Tell me your custom map took more the 2 runs...??

I added my exhaust and just ran it on the dyno, no PC3 at the time and it was 105.7hp..
Mine took from 9 am till ~4:30 in the afternoon. There was 140 more miles on the odometer and almost no gas when I got it back.
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damn that's pretty good gain from just a slip-on.
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They should have filled up your gas tank! LOL

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TheX, would you mind sharing your PC3 file?? :) I can understand if you don't want to, but I have pretty much the same setup and altitude as you..
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