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hey guys, gonna take my bike in and get it dyno tuned! I run a bazzaz EFI with a map given to me from Ten10 here on the forums. It works really well as the guy who did my valve clearence check said the plugs looked awesome for having 12k miles on em! DIdnt even need to change em. Not to mention, the fueling felt spot on at the track!

But anyway, this Fri, i should have a side by side comparison of the bike with the loaded map and after a tune. Standby for results, i'm looking to shame all the other bikes that show up :mrgreen:
 

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Good to hear it's working well with the Leo exhaust.

I can't wait to see how it turns out!

Do you have a switch on your bike to change maps on the fly?
 

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hey man, yeah the map has been phenomenal, can't thank you enough for it! I haven't really had a need for switching maps around really, i was really happy with what you sent me. I'll post up the b4/after specs, lets see if the tuners can do any better. Let me know if you want the map they come up with.
 

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Yeah man. I would love to see and test the custom map.

A switch is very simple to run. I spent probably less than $5 on mine.
It makes side by side comparisons quick & simple.
 

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So, did the dyno runs today but not tuning unfortunately, thatll be next time.

My bike put down 186 point something at the rear wheel. It seems a bit inflated, but in comparison, on the same dyno/same day, a hayabusa put down 165, a gxr 750 put down 130ish, a gsxr 600 put down 109 wi/ pipe/PC3, .

It def put the hurt down !! Ten10, your map is pretty spot on, i will show you the graph, theres a dip in the 4k rpm area which needs to be fixed, and the very top end needs a little bit of work, but the tuner said its pretty decent map that you have created for sure! I will re-post wi/ after tune comments. My buddy that has a 08 said his put down 178, crazy numbers, I didn't expect to break 175 to be honest.. Wow, i love my break in methods and mods!Gotta love this bike, its gonna be fun rippin up on a s1000RR now haha

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Nice!:cool:

I would like to see the graph.

I'm glad you have some other #'s to compare to. It puts things into perspective.:mrgreen: I know my bike flat out runs. Not sure of the #'s yet.

Are you still planning on a custom tune?
 

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yeah absolutely, we had some software issues so we couldnt start the tune. I will post a graph of base run with your map, and the tweaked map.

Yeah, the diff on this bike from stock to this level is astronomical, it is choked up in stock condition.
 

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Uhm did he dyno your bike in 1st gear??? Thats what it looked like in the video.... I think his dyno is kinda way off but dont worry because your on a ninja!
 

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no lol, the guy is an experienced tuner, it was done in 4th gear; the edit is just cut to the point after he shifted to 4th
 

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ps, i dont believe in dyno numbers, its just a tool for tweaking.. However, when used in the same conditions with multiple bikes it gives you an idea for how much you are putting down compared to others. Peak hp is nothing, i want rideability, and thats what we're gunnin for. Seein 186 doesnt hurt tho!
 

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Thats some great numbers and your bike sounds and looks great up on that dyno. I cant wait to get my pc/bazzaz and a decent tune it pulls great now but i can tell theres plenty to be had. Nice vid though your bike = :drool:
 

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Here is the baseline run, as you can, its definitely not perfect, will post back when we actually tune the bike!
 

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haha dude i have no idea how this $$(#)$# works, I just know that its a tool to quantitatively measure before / after differences after you do mods/tunes, etc under the same conditions. All I know is, the 600 that went before me put down 109, a 750 put down 130 something, and a busa put down 160 something... Doest seem to be tooo off. I'll post back once we tune it up!!
 
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