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I had a great day at the local bike shop yesterday! :eyecrazy:
I've made a few mods 2 the 10 nothing major but I'm happy with them now.
pcIII usb,
BMC filter
Termi bolt on
Disabled flaper valve.

I knew my bike was running bad but I had no idea it was that bad.
Even before I installed the pcIII the throttle response was pretty weak at best.
I didn't even realize how bad it was cause I had no reference.
I've used multiple maps to no avail.

Anyway I had it tuned buy a friend who loves tuning sportbikes.
We spent a good portion of saturday tuning my bike.
I went for long ride this morning and it's amazing now it feels like a totaly different bike. The throttle is so smooth now!!!!
I'm thinking I need to upgrade my track bike to a 10r cause I don't want to ride anything else ever again!!!!!

I'm sure this post sounds like a comercial for Kawi, Burrels and the P.C.
but if your in the midwest and can't get to Ryan Schnitz's place for dyno tuning I would Highly suggest/recomend going to burrels you will not regret it!
or go to any certified dynojet tuner and get a custom map done period!!!
I can't believe the difference.


Heres his info,
http://www.powercommander.com/opccburrell.shtml

Plus they are a mom and pop if you liketo support that type of small bussiness.
 

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Your A/F ratio is a little eratic. Clean that up some more and you should pull a couple more ponies out of her.
 

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The problem is, the mapping is done under load, and the run isn't. Where , on say, Tuning Link, the sample run would be smooth (or should be) on the power run it may not be, coz there is no load on the bike and that changes the air/fuel a little, especialy down low, where the bike would have alot of load (where as up top the bike is already moving, both on the dyno and the road, so it's effect is less). Now, you can map that out of it, but it'll mean on the road, it may not be the best, so I wouldn't worry about it.
 

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regardless I rarely ride it under 4k rpm anyway...
It still love how smooth it is now.
 
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