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Old 01-19-2015, 09:23 PM   #1
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how does it connect to the dyno?

I just had my bike ran on a dyno and I was wondering.

The dyno was a superflo cyledyn sf250. And I wanted to know what connections need to be accessed in order for the computer to be connected. The bike is my 08 CBR1k?
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Reads the firing plugs and sniffs the exhaust
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Old 01-20-2015, 01:08 AM   #3
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I know about the exhaust probe. I'm looking for more detail on the electronic connections
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I think you are asking how the changes are made to the bikes computer. Is that what you are actually asking? The dyno is reading rpms, tq, and speed of the drum. The changes are made to the bike by flashing the factory computer or by manipulating the engine with a power commander or similar.
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I think you are asking how the changes are made to the bikes computer. Is that what you are actually asking? The dyno is reading rpms, tq, and speed of the drum. The changes are made to the bike by flashing the factory computer or by manipulating the engine with a power commander or similar.

No I'm asking where is the physical connection (wires and plugs) made to the computer while the bike is on the dyno. And flashing the factory ecm takes connecting a computer to it I assume, but where?
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Not sure where that's located on my bike....under the seat maybe?
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Not sure where that's located on my bike....under the seat maybe?
Under your seat, by your battery. Should have a red cap covering the plug...
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It doesnt even have to plug in. Its as simple as reading fire on a plug wire to get RPM and sniffing the pipe
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Factory pro tuner that probably connects under the front seat
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as far as reading RPM data theres a little hook looking thing, almost looks like an ampmeter, that goes around spark plug wires. it counts off firing and what not, and the computer will read xxHP @X000 RPM. its really THAT simple.

tuning is a whole other ball game
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Old 01-21-2015, 11:22 PM   #12
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Thanks, I think that will answer it for now. The service manager made it sound as if it was more involved than that.
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Modifying the tune is a little more involved. Not by much though
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