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post #1 of 18 Old 07-06-2017, 04:13 PM Thread Starter
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Had mss dyno my bike

After fitting power commander i was getting some big bangs out the exhaust on overrun so thought id get mss to set it up for me.
I wasnt going for max bhp just a safe setup thats fueling right.
Plus the bike had to be mapped with the baffle in because i keep getting black flagged for noise.
Firstly it was way too rich so was causing the bangs.
It was 185rwhp after map with few extra torque which apparently is as good as they see on a hot day like today.
Dyno room was hot hot hot.
I asked as many questions as i could while i was there. Firstly the intake flap makes no odds. Mss did testing and they do not hardly make any difference in power. They are noise only.
The exhaust butterfly can take a couple of bhp at lower revs but that doesnt bother me as its quieter.
They unplugged the oxygen sensor as that can cause fueling problems once mapped.
So i need it flashed one day when i got some spare cash to remove the red light.
Bike rode well after and seems to pick up a bit better.
I will get a pic of map soon.
Could only get little clip of it.
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Nice numbers anyway!with the 02 sencor how did they go about disconnecting it?I thought the only way to by pass the lambda sensor(closed loop)especially using PCV was to use a optimiser!thanks in advance
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Nice numbers anyway!with the 02 sencor how did they go about disconnecting it?I thought the only way to by pass the lambda sensor(closed loop)especially using PCV was to use a optimiser!thanks in advance
They just simply unplugged it.
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Nice numbers anyway!with the 02 sencor how did they go about disconnecting it?I thought the only way to by pass the lambda sensor(closed loop)especially using PCV was to use a optimiser!thanks in advance
You can bypass the O2 sensor with the flashing software
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You can bypass the O2 sensor with the flashing software
They want 145pounds to flash it which does away with sensor but its a bit too much just to turn a light off.
I dont need the top speed limiter removed 189 mph is enough for uk tracks.
Dont need to change maps whilst riding really so unless something changes i have to put up with a red light on all the time.
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Yes I no you can flash and delete O2 sensor but with UK bike it's a euro spec and has the lambda sensor for a reason!(to help with exhaust emissions and leans the fueling)I honestly have never heard of anyone just disconnecting it and leaving it like that!with Aus gen4s you either have to flash,connect a optimiser or use another fueling module like Rapidbike that uterlisers the sensor!
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Rich, yes, but you already knew that before dyno. After that, all you have is theory.
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Yes I no you can flash and delete O2 sensor but with UK bike it's a euro spec and has the lambda sensor for a reason!(to help with exhaust emissions and leans the fueling)I honestly have never heard of anyone just disconnecting it and leaving it like that!with Aus gen4s you either have to flash,connect a optimiser or use another fueling module like Rapidbike that uterlisers the sensor!
The ZX10R still uses Alpha N tuning (TPS and RPM's) for 10-100% throttle and the IAP sensor for below 10%. The O2 sensor doesn't control fueling
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What happens when you disconnect the O2 sensor Bun1t does it have any sort of effect on the bike?thanks in advance
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