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post #1 of 18 Old 03-11-2008, 03:51 PM Thread Starter
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06 Mods and Dyno Results

Well on Monday I made the trip to Schnitz Racing in Decatur, Indiana to have Ryan Schnitz tune my 06. From the results I got I am pleased and just need to "butt dyno" the results. First off a list of my mods

BMC Race Filter
Muzzy Block Off Plates
Arrow Slip-On Exhaust *Shortened*
Stock Mid-Pipe with Cat removed
Kawi Race Intake Cam *Stock Position*
Kawi Thin Head Gasket .50mm
PC3 USB
PC3 Ignition Module

Forgot to mention that this is on 93 octane pump gas.

Before I hit the dyno there were a few things I noticed.
1) The bike was rich down below 6k
2) It was really rich below 3k and would dog and sometimes stall on decel.

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The First is the final run after the map


The second is the first initial run and the final run together


As you can see from the two runs together is that I did not rain a ton of power. I gained a few hp which is fine. The thing that interest me the most is the mid-range. if you look at the a/f comparisions there is where most of the change came in. He smoothed out the a/f throughout the mid-range. Hopefully this should get me more responsive power. That would be nice becasue this is a track bike. By the time he was done the bike did sound a lot "happier" as it wound up. One thing he did recommend and I did was the dynojet rev xtend. The code is in there and now I just need to ride it to see how it feels.

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With the rev xtend installed what does the bike redline at? Can the bike handle the extended revs without stronger valve springs
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It should bump the actual redline to 13k. The tach is off about 800-1000 rpm. Yes the stock valve springs should handle the load.
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Looks good, Ryan knows how to tune. Do you remember what the numbers were in SAE?
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People get hung up on HP....IMO the air fuel mixture is way more important and everyone should have their bike on a dyno mods or not just to have it on paper your bike is running right
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People get hung up on HP....IMO the air fuel mixture is way more important and everyone should have their bike on a dyno mods or not just to have it on paper your bike is running right
exactly!! drivability and user friendleness is most important.

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you shouldve removed the secondaries jk thats your personal preference. but the only reason i mention it is because you said your bike was running rich, the secondary mod leans it out a bit which couldve help in more way than one. do you feel a noticeable change in power delivery?
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Did Schnitz mess with the timing much? What kind of timing are you looking like in general? I haven't had a chance to tune my timing in since I got the module on so I have a generic +3 advance at the moment to play it safe. Also I'm assuming this was on race fuel since this is a track bike?
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exactly!! drivability and user friendleness is most important.

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INDEED!! those are some great numbers man! i love the a/f band it's so smooth and perfect.
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Good#s and a/f...Just curious why you didnt degree the cams?
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