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Old 13th January 2009, 00:54   #76
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Notice the new boots
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Old 13th January 2009, 10:59   #77
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Wow all you need are matching pants Manson and it will be complete.
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Old 21st January 2009, 02:39   #78
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Here are some pictures with the new fender eliminator kit.
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Old 21st January 2009, 12:00   #79
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wow these are some nice pics of the bike.

Sorry for the newbie question but what all is part of this fender eliminator kit? I can see the pink bubble screen gone, what else?
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wow these are some nice pics of the bike.

Sorry for the newbie question but what all is part of this fender eliminator kit? I can see the pink bubble screen gone, what else?
The screen is still there, you just cant see the colour in these pics. The fender eliminator kit eliminates the big mud flap at the back and you get a new number plate.
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Oh ok, I pity the poor tailers now
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Old 21st January 2009, 16:44   #82
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And manson's jacket.. I had the eliminator on my hornet and my jacket was dirteeeeeeeee
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Finally back, can hardly wait for the weekend!
Sunday is going to be a Fireblade day for me, a thorough cleanup, lubing the chain (friend is going to do that for me) and setting up the pc3!

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Finally back, can hardly wait for the weekend!
Sunday is going to be a Fireblade day for me, a thorough cleanup, lubing the chain (friend is going to do that for me) and setting up the pc3!

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Ahh so the pc3 is coming on. Good one dude. See you soon. Cheers
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Ahh so the pc3 is coming on. Good one dude. See you soon. Cheers
The PC3 came with the bike. He's just going to do some masti with it.
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No masti just yet, but I just reinstalled the Yoshi half system and afermarket filter map a few minutes back. Not so sure if there was a map loaded on the PC3 as the software did not map any values when i connected it the first time.
Anyways, now the map is installed, and I know everything is working the way it should. Have to do a lot more reading on the Power Commander module before I begin to make REAL use of the PC.
Errrmm, did I mention the blade clocked a spanking 239 kmph in third gear a few days ago, and 241 kmph another time. This one is just crazy fast!

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alright now that you have loaded the map.there is no generalised way in which you can tune it yourself.

don't touch the map or you'll end up screwing the map.simply because we humans cannot make out how the bike is behaving at 45% opened throttle at 6500rpm.can you?

and as you might have seen the table of fuel values is in throttle opening and rpm.


Now the thing that i enjoy doing is using those 3 buttons on the PC3.

use them to lean or richen portions of the map.low rpm,mid rpm and high rpm.

and i have seen quite a difference in performance.in hot summers i richen it out and the bike runs cooler although a bit slower.in winters i lean it and it becomes a rocket.

play with those settings.

also i'd suggest you download all available maps for the bike and install them one by one and note down what all differences you can feel.for examply,throttle response,acceleration.high rpm pull etc,cleaness of power delivery.

then when you finally seperate out 2-3 maps then concentrate on approx what rpms do you feel the negativities of the map and at what rpms you feel its good.

then there is a comparison tool in the pc3 software.it'll show the map as a graph and show the differences between your 3 maps.

now make a resultant map out of those and load it on and have fun.

I know its too much hard work but whats the fun without hardwork.


like a saying goes:"Riding without wrenching is like making love without forplay."
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Hey Manson, I hardly know anything about superbikes or even bikes for that matter, but what I do know is that the 954 design and looks are always something which I've admired the most amongst any superbike. Perfect blend of aggression and...functionality, I suppose. It is my all-time favourite, atleast aesthetically. Enjoy your new ride !!
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Errrmm, did I mention the blade clocked a spanking 239 kmph in third gear a few days ago, and 241 kmph another time. This one is just crazy fast!manson.
Awesome!! Now those numbers sure make the adrenaline rush( all over the place,actually!).

I've heard that its absolutely easy to pop the wheel while shifting from 1st to 2nd gear.
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Now it should be easier to pop the wheel eh manson I'll search & see if I can find a few power enhancing maps for you, if you want
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