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Old 05-04-2012, 06:00 PM   #11 (permalink)
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So, how did it go? Map and graph to post yet?
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Old 05-04-2012, 07:35 PM   #12 (permalink)
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looking to get a map to get me started after I get my engine put back together when they get back until I can get a custom map made.
so far I have:
PCV
PR 110 + stage 2 head work
churchkey's VBAK
bub jug huggers
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Did you do cams too??? For about 400 or so u can get speedstar cams and orient express springs...the cam really brings her to life.

When i get home i can send you the map that the auto tune came up with for me....110 w s* cams, big shots, church key.

I started with a map pr sent me...they said it wouldnt be very accurate for me cause i had the churchkey intake and their map was based on their intake. I at first was like "whatever"...but after checking the plugs and they wete black as coal i thunk they were right. Auto tune eventually got it where it needs to be.
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Old 05-24-2012, 06:54 PM   #13 (permalink)
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alright, finally got the bike dynoed after much delay.
Billy Rohm does not have a printer for his dyno but I did manage to get a pic of the screen with the final numbers. also on a side note he did reccomend that the bike would have better numbers without baffles, but I preffered to be able to ride without earplugs, that and it is a real PITA to get the heat shield back on the pipes.

as it stands here are the numbers
90.7hp
122ft-lb torque

will post the pic of the chart when i get home
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Old 05-24-2012, 08:42 PM   #14 (permalink)
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seems a hair low on the HP numbers for that setup but decent torque. Did you end up putting cams in it?
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Old 05-24-2012, 09:08 PM   #15 (permalink)
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yes i have the PR cams in as well. and i do agree the numbers are a hair low, but i am also running 33t pully in the front and 65t pulley in the rear. which should explain the low HP number.
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here is the "slip"

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Was expecting a little more on the hp, but the torque really popped. Can't complain about that. You'll give them a great run light to light with that set up.
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I don't want to make you crazy. . . but IMHO, the numbers are low. 90 hp? My stage 1V makes 95 hp, you should be at least 10 hp over that. I think your TQ #'s should be in the low/mid 130 area.

I think the dyno guy was right, need to open up the exhaust.

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Old 05-25-2012, 10:36 AM   #19 (permalink)
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Those #'s do seem low. Maybe it's the pipes. I got 110.7 hp with 131.3 ft/lb torque (sae corrected). I have the same setup except a PC111 USB, speed* cam, Propipe, and the PR bak.
Gearing was the stock pulley's although I do have a 240 x 18 rear wheel.

Dyno's are different, if your happy with the performance, that's all that matters.
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Those numbers are about the same as my 110 before i put the cams in.

Maybe try a few rips w the baffles and a few without and see how much a difference it makes.

The torque is what you feel tho...you look good there!
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