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Old 17th November 2008, 22:29   #91
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Oh yes how can we forget your bike.Its the most purposefully modified bike.

give us some details about your older 1000rr as well.It had bitubo shocks and all the stuff in the world right?
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Just got these Pipes for a friends Busa. The sound is awesome.

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thats it im definitly buying the 2brothers now
im happy and completly over my descision
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straight 6, the ride is awesome. I wish i can get one of those in here.
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Oh yes how can we forget your bike.Its the most purposefully modified bike.

give us some details about your older 1000rr as well.It had bitubo shocks and all the stuff in the world right?
That was just a case of getting carried away with the credit card... my 600 is about the most spec bike I have ever owned and ridden, i dont even have a fan behind the radiator... totally not street legal / or useable on the street...

PS - Just a word of advise, unless you bike is a US model, dont follow fueling and ignition maps from US Companies, the ECU is different in different part of the world, and most of the us maps perform badly on our ECU (UK / EU Italy - mostly what comes out of Singapore). If you have strange flat spots in your fueling after maping your bike, then 99% of the time its the wrong map, go to Dynojet UK website for maps that suit your bike

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Old 20th November 2008, 10:17   #96
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point taken.

but then i've set my fueling with a wideband AF meter.i use it to map the bike.the map is quite different than the map supplied.

you're right about the ecu but the thing is that there were 2 ECU's for the 12.the high altitude and the low altitude ones.southeast asia uses the low altitude one.the ones i have got the map from is a high altitude one being used in denver colorado.its weird but i found it doing a pretty decent job on my ecu.maybe coz i'm on high altitude too.

anyways now its working very smooth.no flat spots at all.going pretty smooth.
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gald your doing okay, for the altitude, you have a AF sensor in your air box, that moves the fueling map up or down depending on your altitude.. the main problem I find is the type of gas used in the US vs what we have here in India and in Europe. The ignition map is very different and this tends to give you problems. Best way to check put the bike in a higher gear and wind the throtle open full and you will begin to notice a very jerky response at certain RPMs, and at some RPMs there will a sudden loss of power and then it will come back, this is a clear indication that your ignition map is off.

My friends GSXR600 setup and tuned in the US, is going through hell here, and its all because of the Gas....
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I believe Navpreet is using a AFR meter coupled to a wideband O2 sensor for tuning, which is a very effective way of getting your AFRs right throughout the rpm range.

What AF sensor in the airbox? Are you talking about IAT?
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yup i think poncho's talking about the Ambient air temp. sensor.

well i haven't messed around with the ignition mapping.its way to complicated and can ruin the bike within minutes.so i'm not going to mess with it.

other than that.well you can't have it perfected unless you're a professional tuner which i certainly am not.so i do it to the best of my ability.

i get my knowledge backup from guys like you,andrew morrice(suspension setup),ron,and other members in the US forums,and my trusted service manual.
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just added an face gauage here some pictures
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