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Old 11-09-2008, 10:01 AM   #41
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Where???? I want to go and see and hear that Busa in person...!!!!
See it??? Imagine riding that ferocious bike!
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Old 11-09-2008, 01:30 PM   #42
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[QUOTE=maxgs;1562510]Duty cycle of an injector... ok, found it... http://www.injector.com/faq.php

"What do the terms “static” and “duty cycle” mean?
An injector in an engine turns on and off very quickly to control the amount of fuel delivered. The amount of time an injector is turned on and delivering fuel is known as the duty cycle. This is measured as a percent, so 50% duty cycle indicates that the injector is held open and held closed for an equal amount of time. When the engine needs more fuel, the time that the injector stays on (its duty cycle) increases so that more fuel can flow into the engine. If an injector stays on all the time, it is said to be static (wide open, or 100% duty cycle). INJECTORS SHOULD NOT GO STATIC IN A RUNNING ENGINE! If an injector is static in a running engine (open 100% of the time), that injector is no longer able to control fuel delivery. It is just “along for the ride”. This could be an indication that the injector is too small for the needs of the engine. Injector duty cycle should usually not exceed 80% in a running engine at any time."[/QUOTE]



and his DC was 88%???? get that checked out dude! Dont blow your ch1t up again.
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Old 11-09-2008, 04:48 PM   #44
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Duty cycle of an injector... ok, found it... http://www.injector.com/faq.php

"What do the terms “static” and “duty cycle” mean?
An injector in an engine turns on and off very quickly to control the amount of fuel delivered. The amount of time an injector is turned on and delivering fuel is known as the duty cycle. This is measured as a percent, so 50% duty cycle indicates that the injector is held open and held closed for an equal amount of time. When the engine needs more fuel, the time that the injector stays on (its duty cycle) increases so that more fuel can flow into the engine. If an injector stays on all the time, it is said to be static (wide open, or 100% duty cycle). INJECTORS SHOULD NOT GO STATIC IN A RUNNING ENGINE! If an injector is static in a running engine (open 100% of the time), that injector is no longer able to control fuel delivery. It is just “along for the ride”. This could be an indication that the injector is too small for the needs of the engine. Injector duty cycle should usually not exceed 80% in a running engine at any time."[/QUOTE]



and his DC was 88%???? get that checked out dude! Dont blow your ch1t up again.
Yep, to the layman it sounds like he needs larger injectors.
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Yep, to the layman it sounds like he needs larger injectors.
My 88% is just the duty cycle of the stock injectors with the stock ecm tuning controlling them. Basically, the stock injectors "THINK" this is a stock bike. They are WELL within a safe range. I am not 100% sure they are really at 88% anyway. I might not have that channel on the data logger configured 100% correct. I know I was once running stock injectors with an FMU putting 110 psi fuel pressure to the injectors and a power commander III controlling them and they were running at 104% DC, at least thats what the PCIII software was saying. I ran it like that for 2-3yrs.

Now I get all my extra fueling from SECONDARY injectors, they are controlled by a piggyback fuel controller called a MT2. It sees boost, and controls the secondary injectors accordingly(based on the map I built for it). My secondary injectors are 630 cc. Basically, I have enough fuel on this thing for 450+hp. (I am running 8 injectors total.)

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Old 11-09-2008, 07:11 PM   #46
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thats too sick
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Old 11-09-2008, 07:29 PM   #47
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That's a work of art. I'd love to see it in person when you have the covers and tank off.

How much horsepower do you think you were putting out with 15 psi and pump gas? Was horsepower the limiting factor in the run or gearing?

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That's a work of art. I'd love to see it in person when you have the covers and tank off.

How much horsepower do you think you were putting out with 15 psi and pump gas? Was horsepower the limiting factor in the run or gearing?

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He said it was gearing. He came 200 rpm from hitting the rev limiter in 6th

Badass setup. I am surprised that one battery handles all of that.
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Old 11-09-2008, 10:30 PM   #49
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Very nice Alan. You going to go to a 19 or do the OD 5th/6th-gear setup down the road?
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That's a work of art. I'd love to see it in person when you have the covers and tank off.

How much horsepower do you think you were putting out with 15 psi and pump gas? Was horsepower the limiting factor in the run or gearing?

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15lbs is right at 300rwhp.


GOT-BUSA: Not sure what I am gonna do about the gearing yet. I will probably go up to a 19t front sprocket and a 38 rear sprocket for the mile. I know thats enough gear for 222mph at 10,600. It will suck having the 19t on it for the street. I might have to get a new chain(longer) and go up to like a 43-44t for the rear for street riding, but then the problem is, when I go back down to a 38t for the mile, I would have to cut the chain. Not really a good way to juggle gearing for the Mile and the street. I would love to do overdrive 5th and 6th but I am not tearing it down again until I have to.
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I hope Im not the only one who has no idea what that chart is saying. Great pics again. El Diablo..Thats funny chit.
i have no idea either but i know one thing.....the bike is FAST !!!!!! and you made it home on all yalls own power.....no overheating or anything....good job !!!!
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i have no idea either but i know one thing.....the bike is FAST !!!!!! and you made it home on all yalls own power.....no overheating or anything....good job !!!!

Yeah no huh?..... I made it home 2 weekends in a row, about 100+ miles each time....Its Crazy....


Now watch, tonight the bish won't start at the gas station or something...LOL
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Yeah no huh?..... I made it home 2 weekends in a row, about 100+ miles each time....Its Crazy....


Now watch, tonight the bish won't start at the gas station or something...LOL
omg !!! dont say that....knock on wood.....just dont her off and keep buyin her all that stuff that makes her faster !!!!
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I would love to do overdrive 5th and 6th but I am not tearing it down again until I have to.
I didn't know that was possible on a bike. Kick .
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