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Old 05-11-2005, 12:09 AM   #1
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ok next mod

the scotts, dynojet pcIII, and sliders are in the mail

next week im going to be getting hids w/projectors and 1 other thing.

Either rearsets, a rear cowl, VStacks or Bike Stands.

Which do u think i should go with.

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Old 05-11-2005, 12:40 AM   #2
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By what I've been reading, looks like you have been putting alot of cash into your bike.* Are you planning on doing something with it like racing/showing/stunting?* Just wondering.* right:
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By what I've been reading, looks like you have been putting alot of cash into your bike. Are you planning on doing something with it like racing/showing/stunting? Just wondering. right:
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the scotts, dynojet pcIII, and sliders are in the mail

next week im going to be getting hids w/projectors and 1 other thing.

Either rearsets, a rear cowl, VStacks or Bike Stands.

Which do u think i should go with.
buy some stands followed by the cowl and exhaust
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Old 05-11-2005, 03:41 AM   #5
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Re: ok next mod

I already have an M4. but i think i am going to go more with the looks first. i mean the bike already looks sweeeeet, but get a cowl, hids and stands. Run the bike with a pcIII for a little bit and then slowly add more power if i feel like it. I dont want to compromise the high end thats why i dont really want sprockets, but the Vstacks will give it some nice midrange without dropping the torque.

Stephen... nothing specific in mind. Isn't this what enthusiasts do? even if they dont, I'm just having some fun.
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Old 05-11-2005, 07:39 AM   #6
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Re: ok next mod

i hope you dont expect alot of power as a result of the money you're about to put into that bike , b/c it wont make that much more power.. sure your puttin alot of add ons to it, but your not gonna squeeze 140 hp out of it from add ons.....

gotta get inside the engine to make the real power...

but your doing alot of nice stuff to it,,, it should run and look pretty good once your finished...
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Stephen... nothing specific in mind.* * Isn't this what enthusiasts do?* even if they dont, I'm just having some fun.
Not knocking you for it it all. Just curious what direction you were going with it. I would like to do a LITTLE to my bike but I'm just not into dropping alot of money into something like I used to when I was younger and had my cars. Props to you though. :biggthumpup:
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Re: ok next mod

Thanks for the props. Yeah, i sold my car for a suv. so now i have to pay for gas and stuff, but i have alot of unspent, saved money from that mods i never did on my z and then the VR6. but since i dont have either of them anymore, im just having fun with what i have, lol.

Its fun working on these yourself, so much easier then changing the cams in the VR6.
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sorry just testing some things out. Solracer, IM me when u get a chance
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Bejon, what bike do you have?
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This is his bike. :biggthumpup:

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I already have an M4. but i think i am going to go more with the looks first.* i mean the bike already looks sweeeeet, but get a cowl, hids and stands.* *Run the bike with a pcIII for a little bit and then slowly add more power if i feel like it.* I dont want to compromise the high end thats why i dont really want sprockets, but the Vstacks will give it some nice midrange without dropping the torque.

Stephen... nothing specific in mind.* * Isn't this what enthusiasts do?* even if they dont, I'm just having some fun.
fyi on what andy told me. Any TRUE tuner doesn't use power commander anything. jet kit power commander or their dynos.
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Actually, power commanders are good tools for tuning a bike. A lot of people have different comments on the type of dyno to tune a bike on, DynoJet Inertia vs Eddy Current Dynos. with Suzukis, you don't have to have a power commander, because the ECU can be programmed using a Yosh Box.
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fyi on what andy told me. Any TRUE tuner doesn't use power commander anything. jet kit power commander or their dynos.
Who is andy?
The 600rr is tuned for EPA settings. With the M4 it runs even more rich. PCIII's fixes this problem, making the bike run more efficiently and increasing gas mileage in many cases, atleast for 600rr owners. If you want to see the actual difference go to poewrcommander.com and download the PC software. then u can download the different maps and compare with the stock ecu setup. That will give you a better idea.
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fyi on what andy told me. Any TRUE tuner doesn't use power commander anything. jet kit power commander or their dynos.
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The 600rr is tuned for EPA settings.* With the M4 it runs even more rich.* PCIII's fixes this problem, making the bike run more efficiently and increasing gas mileage in many cases, atleast for 600rr owners.* If you want to see the actual difference go to poewrcommander.com and download the PC software.* then u can download the different maps and compare with the stock ecu setup.* That will give you a better idea.
andy at metric cycles. well you have it already so roll with it. right: basically he's saying it's ok to use but it isn't the best thing to get
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What did Andy recommend, the Yosh Cube? You can get kit ECU's for some bikes, but they are hella expensive. They do offer the greatest range of adjustibility though.
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actually he got interrupted when he was going to tell me what he would use. I would use the kit though.
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actually he got interrupted when he was going to tell me what he would use.* I would use the kit though.*
I have the PCIIIr and its soo easy to load the maps. You test different settings and you can actually notice a diff on the track. On the street I didnt notice but on the track u can actually feel if the map hesistates it or makes it lose low end or high end. When u have a good setting it feels smooth. NOTE: THE POWER COMMANDER DOES NOT GIVE YOU POWER!!!
it's merely a microprocessor that acts as an interface between the ECU and your laptop or PC so u can modify it. I say that because some people seem to think that you're gonna get more ponnies out of putting on a power commander RONG! . You're simply reorganizing your power curves.
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nice looking bike Bejon! :biggthumpup:
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