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Old 08-30-2011, 07:15 PM   #1
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TUNE ??

im installin a nitrous kit and guna run c16 race gas at the track and i dont no of ne place thats good to get it tuned rite.. any suggestions??
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Old 08-30-2011, 07:21 PM   #2
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How big a shot are your planning? C16 is most likely not needed. Billy at Tejas would be my choice.
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Old 08-30-2011, 07:34 PM   #3
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Ok. I saw that you were going 50 ish. You should get an air shifter too. The spray makes you run through gears pretty quickly. If you have to let out or clutch shift, you are killing your time.

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I would consider a 30-40 shot. Im just gonna throw that out there. You can always add more. Does that bike have secondary injectors?
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ya im in the process of gettin an air shifter so i dont delay on shiftin. and wana do about 40-50 shot
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I like the Cycle-Tek shifter with a 3.5 oz bottle
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how much do they run over there for air shifter?? and wut will that guy charge to tune it all?
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Install it all yourself. Its not that hard. . It just takes time. You will really want to know how it is all installed. Its a good bet that the nitrous will have you taking all the off at some point to work on the bike. If you cant do any of the work, stay away from nitrous.

I cant quote their prices. Get the shifter from Cycle- Tek direct online. The guy makes the kits and the quality is excellent. You may have room for a 9oz bottle.
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i have a power commander V and they hae an air shifter that goes with that and its like 100 bucs or summin im not sure but iremember seein it wen i bought the PC
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You seem to be confusing a quick shifter with an air shifter. Neither are 100
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the quick shifter that comes with a PCV is 125 bucs, jus lookd it up to be sure, then the quick shifter with shippin and tax is 377 bucs.. i wus actually jus emailing the guy matt that sells then from cycle-tek
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correction the air shifter is 377 lol
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Its well worth it. The install is easier if the quick shifter is there to do the kill. They work well together and you have it set for street and track that way.
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how much would u say it would save me on my 1/4 mile time
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how much would u say it would save me on my 1/4 mile time
not much. depends on how slow you are at shifting
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The time is saved by not letting out of the gas. It saved me about .2.
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The time is saved by not letting out of the gas. It saved me about .2.
I picked up less than a .10, but more consistant
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You were already the though
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im not guna brag and say im the at shifting but if i were to judge myself i would give my self a 8/10
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im tryna hit mid-low 8s in the quarter, and im hopin nitrous will get me there
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