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|02-02-2010, 04:31 PM||#41|
Forest Gnome Tour Guide
Join Date: Sep 2007
This is a good thread once you get passed the long intro post.
Most people dont know.... Period. I remember the first MH dyno day... we were suppose to put down how much HP we though we would get etc. I was surprized people w 600's thought over 180 at the wheel. Cuz when I put my number in for the busa I was around 155. Their numbers changed quickly in edits. Same thing happened again when we did the MH drag day afterwards... everyone that did the dyno day was invited first to drag. I knew I sucked and put my numbers up there. It was hilarious to watch the peeps expecting this or that... people genuinely dont know until they try it.
Dynos do change the results, which is why a good calibrated machine and operator should be used from the beginning to through each modification. What doesnt change is the A/F mixture. When the stoicheometric ratio is obtained(slightly leaner in race bikes) the bike is running at its optimum. That's what a PCM does... makes the adjustments the factory settings cannot to accomidate the modifications made.
Bikes(if no O2 sensor) uses a baseline matrix.... this load at this rpm equals this much fuel. Any modification the bike gets that isnt compensated for has the potential of hurting the performance.
Who da fk runs a GPS everytime they ride?
I calibrated my 220 gauge overlay w a yellowbox I installed on the bike(look it up if you dont know what it is) w a police roadside scanner w another member on here. We made probably a dozen passes up to double the speed limit. I was accurate up to that w a 16.25% correction for the 180 to 220 gauge w the yellowbox at that speed.
Its the internet; everyone is fast as fk on it and slow as chit when they saddle up their bike
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|02-02-2010, 04:51 PM||#43|
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|02-02-2010, 08:33 PM||#44|
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|02-02-2010, 08:46 PM||#45|
MotoMilitia Choosen 9
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: League City
1. 2008 ZX14 got 187.4 out of my HR1 can and pwrcmd
2. 190 is pushing it
3. keep my bike lower it one inch. Stretch it 4 inches. Custom Paint. Wheels. and a few bolt on acces. thats about it. Over all im happy with what the 2008 14 has brought to me and not a whole lot more I would do.