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post #21 of 29 Old 01-04-2018, 11:11 PM
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Gen 5 Ignition timing

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+4-5??? Please elaborate a little bit more


Itís with the race ECU, so Iím not sure what the base ignition timing maps are but theyíve added upto 5 degrees of timing at 100% throttle high RPM and a little less midrange and part throttle.

race ecu base map vs ignition/fuel tuning on 95RON pump fuel.



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post #22 of 29 Old 01-05-2018, 01:47 AM
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Is it 4 to 5 through the whole rpm band?

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Interesting, my gen4 that puts 192hp, is indifferent to timing on top en 31-35 same hp. so I use 31...
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Is it 4 to 5 through the whole rpm band?


Think itís about 8k upto 14k, doing some ontrack tuning this weekend so will have a closer look.. planning to try e85 also!!!


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Think itís about 8k upto 14k, doing some ontrack tuning this weekend so will have a closer look.. planning to try e85 also!!!


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Interesting. Get back to me after you take a second look at it. Would love to see it.

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Think itís about 8k upto 14k, doing some ontrack tuning this weekend so will have a closer look.. planning to try e85 also!!!


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My Gen 4 picked up 7whp with pump E85 (it tested at a true 85%).
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My Gen 4 picked up 7whp with pump E85 (it tested at a true 85%).


The e85 here in Thailand is actually only around 70% ethanol, hopefully itíll still add some midrange atleast but still be able to make race distance from a full tank of fuel.


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Try using Sunoco 260 GT Plus or VP MR12
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My Gen 4 picked up 7whp with pump E85 (it tested at a true 85%).


The e85 here in Thailand is actually only around 70% ethanol, hopefully itíll still add some midrange atleast but still be able to make race distance from a full tank of fuel.


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Try using Sunoco 260 GT Plus or VP MR12

Not much available here for racefuel other than whatís left over from WSBK weekend like panta 102 or elf & eni. Some guys use ETS buts the prices are crazy high like $300/50L

I run Panta 102 in the s1000rr but if the e85 does the trick itíll be a lot cheaper and easier to use.
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