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post #11 of 21 Old 06-10-2009, 12:27 AM
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great write-up props to you

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great write up


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Thanks, I got done installing the speedohealer and it is similar. You just push out the 3 lower pins and connect the new plugs to it. Took it for a test ride finally and loving the mods. It's nice knowing what gear you are in and the on and off throttle feels great too. Running number 1.


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Thanks for the writeup, I need to get one of those yet!
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you done WOT in the first few gears yet to see the difference? be careful when u do btw... the difference is amazing!
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or dyno comparasins?
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you done WOT in the first few gears yet to see the difference? be careful when u do btw... the difference is amazing!
Not even WOT yet because the front wheel won't stay down. I also went -1 up front. 3rd gear clutch ups are so easy now.


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Not even WOT yet because the front wheel won't stay down. I also went -1 up front. 3rd gear clutch ups are so easy now.
ohh damn boooyy! that is nuts with a TRE lol!
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you done WOT in the first few gears yet to see the difference? be careful when u do btw... the difference is amazing!
One of several misconceptions about the TRE. It only functions at partial throttle. It has zero impact at WOT, since the timing is never retarded at WOT.

Another common one that it only performs at low to mid rpms. TRE function is unrelated to rpms, it works at any rpm when partial throttle is used.
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One of several misconceptions about the TRE. It only functions at partial throttle. It has zero impact at WOT, since the timing is never retarded at WOT.

Another common one that it only performs at low to mid rpms. TRE function is unrelated to rpms, it works at any rpm when partial throttle is used.


ur totally right, i forgot about that
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