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post #1 of 18 Old 06-24-2017, 06:16 PM Thread Starter
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interesting things at the dyno

I was just with a friend tuning and we went to tune my bike
as for reference gen4s reflash, filter and slip on are 179 on that dyno

I have other moods, and was 188hp (thinner gasket and degree), then changed to gen5 headers, no change apparently.

then as a curiosity, tested my M map that is -1 degree on top from the F map, and the STV open slowly... now that Im checking they open 5% faster than F (stock map) and on top end stay open....
to my surprise the bike did 191 hp... and 1hp gain on all the rev range

tested my F map with just the -1 on ignition.. to my surprise the over rev was better and gained 1hp... 189...
then started opening the STVs slowly like the M map and 190 and better over revs.

I know Im spliting hairs...

but interesting the results

as for reference.... better than my bike is a race one 192hp on MR12 and a 1/4 mile one that makes 199 on mr12 also...
bmws16 do 183 there.
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Kind of need more info... that data doesn't say much. Basically ypur bike likes -1 less overall advance?

Was there any gain from the headers at all?

I made 181 with flash, tune, Graves slip on, velocity stacks with a sprint filter. Literally went back a month later with zero changes and the bike made 175.. I'm at a complete loss with this bike.

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apparently no...
but a friend of mine will test on his 179hp gen4, the gen5 headers
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Btw, what gasket did you use? What's all needed to do a gasket swap?

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apparently no...
but a friend of mine will test on his 179hp gen4, the gen5 headers
Be sure to post the results. I'm curious to see of anyone sees anything

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gasket swap, do a degree, and measure PTV clearance...

also use APE studs, my gasket went south 2 times, after the studs no more.
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Also.... stock STV map is not very restrictive.... even in M mode at 100% tps
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Nice results!

What did you you run from cam degree numbers and how did you check piston to valve clearance?
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to check PTV clearance, you fallow the kit race manual, it explains it.

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