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post #51 of 122 Old 04-19-2017, 03:27 PM
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One thing I noticed, in the race ecu setup for the QS, in the manual it says: select 4 for road, 5 for race (reverse), then set limits for +/- Shift Up Judgement Voltage Low, Shift Up Judgement Voltage High and Shift Down Judgement Voltage Low and Shift Down Judgement Voltage High, do you guys have any clues how this settings are calculated?
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One thing I noticed, in the race ecu setup for the QS, in the manual it says: select 4 for road, 5 for race (reverse), then set limits for +/- Shift Up Judgement Voltage Low, Shift Up Judgement Voltage High and Shift Down Judgement Voltage Low and Shift Down Judgement Voltage High, do you guys have any clues how this settings are calculated?

Still waiting on my exhaust to get through customs so I haven't been able to test anything yet, but from what I understand is the voltages correspond to what load is put on the shifter to make a shift, so depending on what rearsets you're running the voltages could change.

I'll need to test myself but was thinking you should be able to use monitoring function and test what voltage is seen to make the shift.


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Yep, I thought at using monitoring to see what voltages are outputted by the sensor when in use (pushed/pulled) and use them. I will try this path and see what I get.
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Exhaust finally arrived yesterday so I could start putting everything else back together. Decided to fit my spare titanium can for testing and will switch to the carbon can that came with the exhaust for first race.

Been sitting in Thailand unemployed for the last 15 months and a week before the first race I get called up for work.. lol. Oh well, hopefully make the first Thailand Superstock round on May 6-7th.
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Great looking bike!!!
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post #56 of 122 Old 04-24-2017, 03:19 AM
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Coming along great!I can't make out the name on your a/m radiator(H2O?)and Racing in Thailand it will interesting knowing what you think of it!can I ask why you chose the full radiator over the other option?thanks in advance mate
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Coming along great!I can't make out the name on your a/m radiator(H2O?)and Racing in Thailand it will interesting knowing what you think of it!can I ask why you chose the full radiator over the other option?thanks in advance mate

Radiator is Carraro Engineering. We race in 40+ Celsius so with std radiator water temps can get 100+ during a race. Nobody really sells the add-on radiators locally and the Superstock regs here in Thailand and Malaysia allow for full race radiator, so thats why I choose the full rad. I use H2o on my BMW but the price is 50% more than the Carraro.


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Not a good start to the racing season last weekend, got rear ended during last practice session on Friday when the most experienced rider (VR46 academy rider) decided to slow on the racing line so no one could follow him, which made me stand my bike up mid corner and the guy following me couldn't pick up his bike quick enough and collided with my exhaust and rear wheel. Both of us stayed upright but I ended up the worse with a bent midpipe and exhaust can.

Was just getting ready to put in some quick laps on newish tires but didn't get the chance, so I ended the day about 3s off my PB on the BMW. Didn't have a spare midpipe so the bike was parked for the weekend. Was going to race the BMW in Superbike class instead but ended up getting called to work so no racing at all in the end.

Still struggling with the bike a little and just need a few more days track time as I've been racing the BMW for the past 4 yrs which needs to be ridden differently. I can see the potential especially in corner entry but top speeds are down 15 km/hr and about 5-10km/hr then the other top riders in Superstock. I'm the heaviest rider in the class by a bunch at 80kg.

Next round is not until July 8/9th so will try to get some track time before than to work on some engine mapping.
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Bummer about the pipe, but at least it didn't result in a full crash. Bike looks great, guessing you'll adjust to it quickly.

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I am absolutely in love with your machine.
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