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Title: DYNO SCANS (Non-Dyno scans will be moved or deleted.)
Post by: BLACKCHROMEDSPOKES on Jul 28, 2009, 10:23:19 pm
I have uploaded scans of my DYNO run for your review. They are in my gallery.

The day was 94% humidity, temp was about 66 degrees.

These are not big gains like I have seen on others, but for the little I did, I think they are substantial.

EDIT:

STOCK AIR, V&H BR 2-1's

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Post by: TRaider_John on Jul 28, 2009, 10:43:38 pm
Mine are in my gallery, too.  I also put my stock Stratoliner curve there for comparison.

https://www.roadstarraider.com/index.php?action=gallery;sa=myimages;u=317

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Post by: WilCon on Aug 15, 2009, 11:43:00 am
Geebop's dyno scan.

(http://i713.photobucket.com/albums/ww131/geebop/jerryva022.jpg)

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Post by: MELVILLE on Aug 18, 2009, 11:21:14 am
      BLACK 2009 Raider S

Bone stock
85.17 hp
107.51 tq

80.02 deg.
39% Humidity

8-18-2009 @ 9:29:14 am

(http://i409.photobucket.com/albums/pp180/mikefmelville/Raiderstockrun8-18-09.jpg)
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Post by: TheOhiomike on Oct 05, 2009, 12:59:08 pm
Doesn't this just like fun. 2009 vmax with big air kit and pipes

(http://i302.photobucket.com/albums/nn117/Theohiomike/Vmax/8de9bac4.jpg)



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Post by: CoreyM11 on Oct 05, 2009, 02:06:30 pm
Here is my roadliner when I had 4000m on it, thunder bak, rh slipon, pciii with fxsteins map loaded. About 200ft elevation, cooler day with higher humidity.

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Post by: RICE4U on Oct 14, 2009, 06:55:06 pm
Finally had mine done.....

Stock Exhaust with Reaper Tips
Patrick Racing Big Air Kit
Power Commander V


95.14 HP
120.64 ft-lbs TQ

I am amazed at the difference in the bike!  WOW!

Anthony
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Post by: bhodge on Oct 14, 2009, 07:35:48 pm
It was pretty warm today in the dyno room too!  So, those are great numbers!

Brent
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Post by: dejablu110 on Oct 15, 2009, 08:05:17 pm
Phils scan, 92% humidity, 94 degrees running HK dual radius with cobra swept MAP in the PC-V
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Post by: dejablu110 on Oct 15, 2009, 08:15:17 pm
Same conditions I am running VH big radius 2 in 2 with no MAP in my PC-V

bottom line...silver fastest! Phil isnt happy with this MAP
Phil ran 79 HP and 109 torque
I ran 88HP  and 110 torque
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Post by: raiderryder on Nov 13, 2009, 09:08:49 am
Has anyone done a Dyno with the Street Star Long Shots no other mods?????
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Post by: gostr8r on Nov 25, 2009, 06:46:51 pm
The tuning tech' was actually Dustin [not Brandon] at Seminole Power Sports. V&H big Radius 2 into 1, Patrick Racing Hi-Flow Air Filter Kit, and a PC 3. Not the biggest numbers but the linear values are as good as any I've seen anywhere.
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Post by: Metric on Dec 04, 2009, 05:55:34 pm
Metric's Dyno
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Post by: dejablu110 on Dec 04, 2009, 07:29:06 pm
good number metric....what ya runnin
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Post by: Metric on Dec 05, 2009, 01:26:11 am
I have a K&N air filter...Cobra down swepts...Power Comander V...auto tune...Quick shift...custom maped by Dyno Jet Research...and you bet... I'm loving it
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Post by: TRaider_John on Dec 05, 2009, 04:08:20 am
Looking pretty good, Metric.  I have a similar setup and am still working out a few kinks.  It is riding better than it ever has before.

Ignore the A/F ratio -- it is obviously wrong.

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Post by: dejablu110 on Dec 13, 2009, 06:52:47 pm
I bet you are!
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Post by: sfcrick on Dec 14, 2009, 07:40:41 am
Awesome Mike! I like the new power I got from the mods too.
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Post by: norman on Dec 14, 2009, 05:14:23 pm
Finally had mine done.....

Stock Exhaust with Reaper Tips
Patrick Racing Big Air Kit
Power Commander V


95.14 HP
120.64 ft-lbs TQ

I am amazed at the difference in the bike!  WOW!

Anthony
was this just a dyno run or did u have a map made
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Post by: TRaider_John on Apr 22, 2010, 07:02:57 pm
Looks like I still need to work on my top end.  Great low-end torque, it just doesn't last.
Right now I have my autotune set for a flat 13.2 A/F ratio.  Seems the top end might still be a bit rich.



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Post by: RICE4U on Apr 23, 2010, 06:55:54 am
I had Tejas Dynotune my bike...



Finally had mine done.....

Stock Exhaust with Reaper Tips
Patrick Racing Big Air Kit
Power Commander V


95.14 HP
120.64 ft-lbs TQ

I am amazed at the difference in the bike!  WOW!

Anthony
was this just a dyno run or did u have a map made
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Post by: dejablu110 on May 06, 2010, 10:40:23 pm
Im loving Phils new dyno....great lineage!

considering the mess Gardy had to work off of
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Post by: seventhLetter on Jul 09, 2010, 08:05:23 am
Finally posting my chart.  The red (the before numbers) are actually from day 2 of the tuning.  My actual before numbers were 93 / 113.  And that was with a dynojet downloaded map for my pipes.  I have no idea what it was before the dynojet map I downloaded.

V&H 2 into 1, Baron's BAK and PC-V.  Tuned by Konrad at TNT Performance Dyno in Nashville, TN

(http://ingleinteractive.com/roadstarraider/dynoChart.jpg)
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Post by: dejablu110 on Jul 09, 2010, 08:22:30 am
niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice!
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Post by: stocking_eater on Aug 01, 2010, 08:18:13 am
Went to Hot Springs to the Hog rally on saterday and they had a dyno set up. had to blow 50 bucks to see what she would do. Barons nasty boys with out baffles and cobra closed loop controller set at 2-3-2. stock air. wanted to play with the controller but 50 bucks per run!  88.55 max hp. 109.20 max torque. it was bad hot, 108 deg. yesterday. watched a harly get 1600.00 worth of pipes and controller and a cam, he got 77hp. 101 torque. he wasent happy when he watched mine get dynoed ;D
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Post by: LostDog on Aug 01, 2010, 06:55:59 pm
Quote from stocking_eater:
"watched a harly get 1600.00 worth of pipes and controller and a cam, he got 77hp. 101 torque. he wasent happy when he watched mine get dynoed".


I know that felt good!
Title: Re: DYNO SCANS (Non-Dyno scans will be moved or deleted.)
Post by: brainsalad on Sep 06, 2010, 07:59:14 am
This is a before and after dyno run when I installed the PR BAK.  The BAK was installed with the Raider mounted on the dyno and the time difference was about 2 hours.  The blue is before, the red after

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Post by: Veego on Sep 27, 2010, 04:44:13 pm
Brain, what elevation you at there?
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Post by: pjcria on Oct 11, 2010, 02:48:59 pm
I went to a Dyno shoot out this weekend. I wanted to base line the bike before I start the modifications  ;)
I have the V&H's 2-2 exhaust. The temperature was low 80's
I hope they start making some engine upgrades available soon. I'd love to up that torque curve or flatten it out.

(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/1272_09_10_10_4_01_36.jpeg)
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Post by: dejablu110 on Oct 11, 2010, 05:15:36 pm
good start, got to find you a good tuner like we did and Roxie
did. That nice even flat line is a thing of beauty I tell ya ;D
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Post by: Capt_Zoom on Oct 11, 2010, 06:37:44 pm
here's my most recent dyno runs.  I'm a little lean and will be doing some tweaking.  I do really like the look of the curves though.  Instant power.

My set up is:  LAC wicked curves slashcuts, LAC BAK, PCV, Autotune generated map smoothed by myself with 5% increase of fuel table at idle.  I'll need to increase the fuel in a few more spots to tweak the map I believe.


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Post by: dejablu110 on Oct 11, 2010, 06:54:46 pm
nice CZ
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Post by: MN Raider on Oct 11, 2010, 10:49:05 pm
Here are my print outs from the Dyno Shoot out on 10-9-10. Running a little rich.

(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/1468_11_10_10_10_41_44.jpeg)
(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/1468_11_10_10_10_44_57.jpeg)
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Post by: pdt0830 on Jan 19, 2011, 10:50:56 pm
I had this done on January 8th by Coast Performance in St. Augustine. I have V&H 2-1 and a PCV.  Neither was added with performance gains in mind.  I liked the look and sound of the pipes and got the PCV to reduce popping and/or backfiring (which it has done very well). 
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Post by: Tech Red Raider on Jan 30, 2011, 12:26:33 am
Just had mine dyno'd.

Got this with V&H 2-2, PC V, and Baron's BAK,

(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/1783_30_01_11_12_20_02.jpeg)
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Post by: RiotRaider on Jan 30, 2011, 05:07:59 am
Finally had mine done.....

Stock Exhaust with Reaper Tips
Patrick Racing Big Air Kit
Power Commander V


95.14 HP
120.64 ft-lbs TQ

I am amazed at the difference in the bike!  WOW!

Anthony

damnit man 120 on torque thats sick man and gettin close to 100hp...with reaper tips...nice
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Post by: dejablu110 on May 09, 2011, 08:16:19 am
Finally got mine tuned and ended up
with
93hp
121 ft lbs
Homemade BAK
PCV
VH 2 in 2 pipes
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Post by: Ares X on Jun 01, 2011, 10:13:04 am
Here are my Dyno results from this past weekend...

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Post by: Knotwerk on Jun 02, 2011, 04:17:23 pm
(https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-ranPNEEWyno/Tef9Am5My8I/AAAAAAAADD8/1Yovl5Kfv8g/s640/Raider%252520dyno%252520run%25252004-15-11.JPG)
here's mine....91.8 hp  and...ya the torque was not calculated right....haha  of course it does feel like i have 176 sometimes...  :)
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Post by: skeets on Jun 06, 2011, 07:52:18 am
(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/2241-060611085014.jpeg)
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Post by: ernie on Jul 03, 2011, 02:19:40 pm
Skeets, remind me of your ride's setup?

Great numbers...
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Post by: chalomalo on Oct 29, 2011, 04:55:09 pm
I don't know anything about dynotunning, who does this type of of work in the bay area and how much is the expense and does it matter if you have stock pipes, and will you require another dynotune in case you add the Reaper Tips?
Thanks,
chalomalo
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Post by: dreadly on Oct 29, 2011, 05:40:31 pm
Typically the dyno is done if you change both pipes and air intake.
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Post by: busajack on Oct 29, 2011, 06:39:22 pm
Daam, gotta get me one of those pretty charts. How much do they cost?
(http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t58/busajack/last004contrast-1.jpg)
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Post by: dreadly on Oct 29, 2011, 07:06:56 pm
Daam, gotta get me one of those pretty charts. How much do they cost?
(http://i157.photobucket.com/albums/t58/busajack/last004contrast-1.jpg)
Aren't you selling your bike? Why would you fork out $$ if you are selling
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Post by: Roadstrat on Jan 28, 2012, 01:49:31 am
So you should only dyno test if you change both pipes.?  but what if you only change one pipe!?..lol

Greg
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Post by: Rczap on Jul 21, 2012, 03:36:56 pm
OK, had my bike run today for a tune, not really thrilled with the results. VH BR 2-1 pipes with the baffle opened up. Barons BAK and PC-V This was in California near the coast 91 degrees, 20% humidity. Max power 86 torque 102. Sorry the file is too large for me too add here so I included the link.

(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/2912-210712163614.jpeg)
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Post by: gostr8r on Jul 21, 2012, 04:24:56 pm
Rczap, those numbers are about what a stock Raider gets. I have the BR 2 into 1, a PRT Air kit and the PC3 on mine. I have almost 104 hp and just under 118 ft/lbs. A lot of variables can throw the results one way or the other, but I wouldn’t be happy at all with what you posted.
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Post by: Rczap on Jul 21, 2012, 04:32:38 pm
Yeah, I found this place through Dynojets website, and after I got in there found out there were a Harley only shop. Didnt think it would make much of a difference but..... who knows....
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Post by: Veego on Jul 21, 2012, 04:33:52 pm
Ya, something's messed up there. What elevation was this done at? I see that it was listed as "uncorrected" and from the more accurate readings it should be an SAE setting. Some dyno readings are pretty "happy" (overly optomistic) with the numbers they produce but those numbers are like Ray mentions. Almost dead nutz stock. I'd ask some questions for sure...like operator experience.
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Post by: Rczap on Jul 21, 2012, 04:38:25 pm
Basically 50 foot elevation, he was I think mainly looking at A/F ratio, was very proud of hitting 14:1 across the board.
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Post by: Veego on Jul 21, 2012, 06:10:07 pm
Basically 50 foot elevation, he was I think mainly looking at A/F ratio, was very proud of hitting 14:1 across the board.

That'll do it, he was tuning for emissions and low fuel consumption. For power he should have been around 12.5 but he might be thinking only about emissions and CARB back lash. If that's his goal he has some mighty pissed off Harley riders at the numbers he's producing. Of course there's always the mindset that he knows the Raider will put out some good numbers and he can't have a Jap bike coming out of the shop with better numbers than his Harley customers. I'd be looking for a different tuner or talk to him about what his goal was vs what you had in mind. It sure doesn't look like he was tuning for max power.
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Post by: Rczap on Jul 21, 2012, 10:08:22 pm
Thanks for the info, I had always thought you need to lean out in order to make more power. Then the issue would be a lean misfire or hotter running engine. I will talk with the guy this week. He said i was running a bit rich when he first started.
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Post by: CHROMINATOR on Jul 22, 2012, 09:54:43 am
Here's my Dyno, 2012 Raider S, PR 120ci, PR Head port and polish, PR Exhaust port and polish, WEB Camshaft Cam, V&H BR 2-1, Baron's BAK, Cobra Power Pro Tuner Gen-2

(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/2987-220712104913.jpeg)
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Post by: budaman on Jul 22, 2012, 10:04:12 am
Nice numbers Bill were you satisfied with them?
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Post by: CHROMINATOR on Jul 22, 2012, 10:11:01 am
Nice numbers Bill were you satisfied with them?

Based on what Patrick Racing says they seem to be low but based on what I have seen in this thread they are the best so how can I not be satisfied...  ;D
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Post by: Wassup77 on Jul 22, 2012, 10:16:54 am
I was actually expecting a little bigger numbers out of your bike bill (I figured you to be in the 130s on torque), but I think the bigger improvement on yours is the torque curve.  Your bike pretty much stays over 100 ft-lbs for the whole run!  That thing is gonna be like getting drop kicked in the chest every time you wrench open the throttle!
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Post by: seventhLetter on Jul 22, 2012, 10:28:04 am
I know it's not apples to apples and I'm not trying rain on your parade, but I am surprised also. Look at gostr8rs numbers. Then again, different dyno, different location, etc.

Either way, I'm hella envious!
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Post by: CHROMINATOR on Jul 22, 2012, 10:35:59 am
I know it's not apples to apples and I'm not trying rain on your parade, but I am surprised also. Look at gostr8rs numbers. Then again, different dyno, different location, etc.

Either way, I'm hella envious!

It does not rain on my parade, it is what it is.  I was expecting near 115 HP and 140 Torque but those numbers were based on what PR suggested I would get, they were obviously wrong but I am still very happy with what I got.  It will still kick me in the ass harder then I need it too when I hit the throttle...  :rotfl:
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Post by: Wassup77 on Jul 22, 2012, 10:59:57 am
What you have to understand Bill, is that peak horsepower and torque are not everything.  If your torque curve goes up and down really fast and you have 140 ft-lbs, you wouldn't get near the kick in the pants as your bike with that nice torque curve you have that pretty much stays over 100!

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Post by: 08pwraider on Jul 22, 2012, 12:28:36 pm
I know it's not apples to apples and I'm not trying rain on your parade, but I am surprised also. Look at gostr8rs numbers. Then again, different dyno, different location, etc.

Either way, I'm hella envious!

It does not rain on my parade, it is what it is.  I was expecting near 115 HP and 140 Torque but those numbers were based on what PR suggested I would get, they were obviously wrong but I am still very happy with what I got.  It will still kick me in the ass harder then I need it too when I hit the throttle...  :rotfl:
Bill I think PR's numbers came from a raider with a 210 tire which is an 1 1/2 shorter than the 240 the only bike Ive seen with numbers close to that was Floridaliners bike and his tire was around a 180.
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Post by: Budzo on Jul 22, 2012, 01:05:02 pm
Here's my Dyno, 2012 Raider S, PR 120ci, PR Head port and polish, PR Exhaust port and polish, WEB Camshaft Cam, V&H BR 2-1, Baron's BAK, Cobra Power Pro Tuner Gen-2

(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/2987-220712104913.jpeg)

I think you'll be pleased with the real world performance Bill.  Do you have the A/F ratio curve that you can post?  I'd be curious to see that with the Cobra tuner.
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Post by: seventhLetter on Jul 22, 2012, 01:19:46 pm
It does not rain on my parade, it is what it is.  I was expecting near 115 HP and 140 Torque but those numbers were based on what PR suggested I would get, they were obviously wrong but I am still very happy with what I got.  It will still kick me in the ass harder then I need it too when I hit the throttle...  :rotfl:

I think you are right!  It's gonna be a ton of fun under the sun on that scoot!

I do believe your performance will increase over time as it breaks in.  I know mine did.
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Post by: Wassup77 on Jul 22, 2012, 01:20:49 pm
that's true to, it will make more power after it breaks in a little bit.  That thing is gonna be wild!

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Post by: Paladin on Jul 22, 2012, 02:06:05 pm
If Tejas uses an older style DynoJet Dyno (like I do), Bill's HP & TQ numbers will be about 10% higher than indicated on his graph.
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Post by: daharvester110 on Aug 01, 2012, 06:02:50 pm
this is my 2011 raider with V&H 2 into 2 barons bak and pcv temp was 80 with 60% with 1350 miles on it only showing 83hp with 110tq (not real happy)
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Post by: TRaider_John on Aug 01, 2012, 08:30:46 pm
I don't put a lot of emphasis on the actual numbers because there are so many things that can affect them, but I do care about the trends you seen in the curves.  You need a better map.  That big dip in torque between 2k and 3k is killing your is killing  the performance. 
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Post by: Veego on Aug 02, 2012, 01:07:28 am
Dang, that is an ugly fuel curve for sure. Did he try to tune your bike or just put it on the dyno and hit print. Fuel is all over the place and he needs to make it stable around 13. I didn't check your elevation though. That's only 5 lbft more than a stocker. The V&H 2-2 might make it harder to tune though. Not sure what other folks have found. Since you're running the PCV maybe someone can send you their fuel map and get closer.
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Post by: daharvester110 on Aug 02, 2012, 10:08:48 pm
my elevation is less then 2000 feet, i dont know what he did, it still has some pretty wicked decel popping. there isnt any other dyno shops in my area to take it to.put about 100 miles on it today runs ok but dosent have the snap i was looking for any help would be gladly recieved
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Post by: Rczap on Aug 08, 2012, 09:16:37 pm
Ok had the bike retuned at a better shop. The numbers are closer, but I think I screwed myself by opening up the baffle a bit. Bike has the V-H 2-1 BR pipe and Barons BAK. PC-V for fuel management. 91 HP and 111 TQ

(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/2912-080812221340.jpeg)
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Post by: Matt St. John on Aug 09, 2012, 02:47:45 am
Ur line is smooth. I think those numbers are decent. Plus I know this thread is all about the numbers but they don't mean as much as the differences ur butt tells you and how good it is running.
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Post by: Veego on Aug 09, 2012, 01:10:07 pm
From what I'm reading on several sites, smoothing should be set to SAE for the most accurate reading. Not sure if age of the dyno or software comes into play but you might ask.
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Post by: TBrain on Jun 16, 2013, 07:57:13 am
Here is my dyno sheets for my Stratoliner. I have two of them. FYI, rear tire pressure can have a huge impact on what the dyno shows you. you can gain 5 - 6 hp & tq by adding pressure to the rear tire. did anyone check their tire pressure before the dyno run? both of my runs the tire pressure was at the same pressure and at the stock 42 psi and stock tire so the gear ratio is correct (not altered due to different height of tire). My mods are Roadhouse slip-on muffler & stock head pipe, EXUP valve held wide open, K&N air filter, Stock ECU with O2 sensor working, with and without the B.A.M. (Brains. Airbox. Mod.). The dyno results i see on this thread are really weird because the same bikes are so different. really made me wonder about the tire pressure you guys are running. I also noticed quite a few guys with BAK's don't have the torque that some of the stock airbox guys have which goes hand in hand with an intake with no plenum and short intake runners. also the dyno tunes really are different between the different dyno operators. I guess it shows you really don't get what you pay for sometimes. The highest HP & TQ came from the guys with the best tuning and balance in their system. Good intake and good exhaust flow that matches up and a good dyno tune. I thought all 113 cid engines should make over 90 hp and 120 Tq or more if they are running right. I was very surprised to see guys with BAK and open exhaust only making 110 - 114 TQ. My Strat made that STOCK. 82 hp & 114 Tq. with the B.A.M. installed jumped to 89 HP and 121 Tq. again only a roadhouse muffler and the BAM kit.
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Post by: matj1990 on Jul 10, 2013, 12:15:19 pm
put on myn the dyno today. 80-85* and 63% humidity.
Numbers are hard to see but you can see the lines are great lay right on eachother.
90.5hp and 112.2tq

Mods are. K&n drop in - B.A.M kit - Freedom curve radius pipes.  No programmer. yet.
(https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-frc3/977116_10200497554904673_713333883_o.jpg)
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Post by: geresti on Jul 10, 2013, 07:23:26 pm
Ok had the bike retuned at a better shop. The numbers are closer, but I think I screwed myself by opening up the baffle a bit. Bike has the V-H 2-1 BR pipe and Barons BAK. PC-V for fuel management. 91 HP and 111 TQ

(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/2912-080812221340.jpeg)
I had mine dynod (not sure of spelling) and have basically same set up except Patrick Racing BAK instead of Barons and I got 98.29 hp and 118.49 torque. Runs really good though and he told me that all dynos are a little different so who knows?
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Post by: Clayton on Jul 10, 2013, 10:12:14 pm
Awesome numbers. So you running off stock computer? Are you getting alot of popping and back firing on decleration?   
put on myn the dyno today. 80-85* and 63% humidity.
Numbers are hard to see but you can see the lines are great lay right on eachother.
90.5hp and 112.2tq

Mods are. K&n drop in - B.A.M kit - Freedom curve radius pipes.  No programmer. yet.
(https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-frc3/977116_10200497554904673_713333883_o.jpg)
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Post by: matj1990 on Jul 10, 2013, 10:26:37 pm
Awesome numbers. So you running off stock computer? Are you getting alot of popping and back firing on decleration? 

I get it when i Get on it hard and let of But thats due to the sudden richness. actually it did it more on the dyno then its ever done not sure why. Btw here is the video A/f On the bottom u can see it get rich every time he shifts and it pops.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvxSf6x7eh8
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Post by: MDK210 on Jul 18, 2013, 12:55:39 am
NGK Iridium plugs, Patrick BAK, V&H Big Radius 2 into 2 Exhaust, Power Commander V w/custom tune

*Colorado Springs w/Elevation 6300ft*

HP gain from stock is 18+hp
TQ gain from stock is 23+tq

(http://i330.photobucket.com/albums/l412/MDK210/2009%20Yamaha%20Raider/img003_zps55b639c7.jpg) (http://s330.photobucket.com/user/MDK210/media/2009%20Yamaha%20Raider/img003_zps55b639c7.jpg.html)
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Post by: TBrain on Jul 20, 2013, 08:26:28 pm
put on myn the dyno today. 80-85* and 63% humidity.
Numbers are hard to see but you can see the lines are great lay right on eachother.
90.5hp and 112.2tq

Mods are. K&n drop in - B.A.M kit - Freedom curve radius pipes.  No programmer. yet.
(https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-frc3/977116_10200497554904673_713333883_o.jpg)

Excellent numbers. I forgot to mention that besides tire pressure the width of the tire can have a big impact from the extra rolling friction. I believe that you raider guys would pick up more torque with a narrower tire from the liners. the 190 is wide enough and if it would gain you 8 - 9 ft/lbs torque thats a big kick in the butt for sure. What i like is the fact you are getting 90 Hp from pipes and the BAM kit. No fuel processor. you have the same power that the fully loaded guys are getting. Fantastic for you!!! LOL, what did that high buck BAM kit cost you??
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Post by: TBrain on Jul 20, 2013, 08:45:23 pm
Basically 50 foot elevation, he was I think mainly looking at A/F ratio, was very proud of hitting 14:1 across the board.

That'll do it, he was tuning for emissions and low fuel consumption. For power he should have been around 12.5 but he might be thinking only about emissions and CARB back lash. If that's his goal he has some mighty pissed off Harley riders at the numbers he's producing. Of course there's always the mindset that he knows the Raider will put out some good numbers and he can't have a Jap bike coming out of the shop with better numbers than his Harley customers. I'd be looking for a different tuner or talk to him about what his goal was vs what you had in mind. It sure doesn't look like he was tuning for max power.

I agree. this is to lean. this is what you look for when cruising at part throttle with no load on the motor. this could detonate under max load. every car mag or anything you research online says this is too lean. sholud be in the 13:1 - 12.5:1 range
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Post by: matj1990 on Jul 20, 2013, 10:01:51 pm
Excellent numbers. I forgot to mention that besides tire pressure the width of the tire can have a big impact from the extra rolling friction. I believe that you raider guys would pick up more torque with a narrower tire from the liners. the 190 is wide enough and if it would gain you 8 - 9 ft/lbs torque thats a big kick in the butt for sure. What i like is the fact you are getting 90 Hp from pipes and the BAM kit. No fuel processor. you have the same power that the fully loaded guys are getting. Fantastic for you!!! LOL, what did that high buck BAM kit cost you??

k&n + bam was $110.00 at my door.   I will be putting a power pro or pcv on the bike sometime and will re dyno to see what my gains are if any.
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Post by: TBrain on Jul 27, 2013, 05:54:33 am
Here are my print outs from the Dyno Shoot out on 10-9-10. Running a little rich.

(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/1468_11_10_10_10_41_44.jpeg)
(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/1468_11_10_10_10_44_57.jpeg)

what do you have in to your bike for power mods?
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Post by: TBrain on Aug 09, 2013, 05:44:20 pm
Ok had the bike retuned at a better shop. The numbers are closer, but I think I screwed myself by opening up the baffle a bit. Bike has the V-H 2-1 BR pipe and Barons BAK. PC-V for fuel management. 91 HP and 111 TQ

(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/2912-080812221340.jpeg)
I had mine dynod (not sure of spelling) and have basically same set up except Patrick Racing BAK instead of Barons and I got 98.29 hp and 118.49 torque. Runs really good though and he told me that all dynos are a little different so who knows?

you have the identical numbers as matj1990 and he has pipes and a BAM. thats it. That means the Barons AND tuner is no better than the BAM + pipes?
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Post by: TBrain on Aug 09, 2013, 05:45:58 pm
this is my 2011 raider with V&H 2 into 2 barons bak and pcv temp was 80 with 60% with 1350 miles on it only showing 83hp with 110tq (not real happy)

unhook the PCV and put the stock system back in charge. hook up the oxygen sensor and see what happens.
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Post by: CHROMINATOR on Aug 09, 2013, 07:32:55 pm
Ok had the bike retuned at a better shop. The numbers are closer, but I think I screwed myself by opening up the baffle a bit. Bike has the V-H 2-1 BR pipe and Barons BAK. PC-V for fuel management. 91 HP and 111 TQ

(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/2912-080812221340.jpeg)
I had mine dynod (not sure of spelling) and have basically same set up except Patrick Racing BAK instead of Barons and I got 98.29 hp and 118.49 torque. Runs really good though and he told me that all dynos are a little different so who knows?

you have the identical numbers as matj1990 and he has pipes and a BAM. thats it. That means the Barons AND tuner is no better than the BAM + pipes?

Keep in mind that the numbers you see on these sheets are only as good as the operator that is running the test.  The only way to accurately compare two different bikes with identical numbers and different set-ups run on two different machines by two different operators is to have both bikes ran on the same machine by the same operator.  If the set-ups are as different as these two are you can bet the numbers will not be the same.
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Post by: TBrain on Sep 14, 2013, 05:18:57 am
Ok had the bike retuned at a better shop. The numbers are closer, but I think I screwed myself by opening up the baffle a bit. Bike has the V-H 2-1 BR pipe and Barons BAK. PC-V for fuel management. 91 HP and 111 TQ

(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/2912-080812221340.jpeg)
I had mine dynod (not sure of spelling) and have basically same set up except Patrick Racing BAK instead of Barons and I got 98.29 hp and 118.49 torque. Runs really good though and he told me that all dynos are a little different so who knows?

you have the identical numbers as matj1990 and he has pipes and a BAM. thats it. That means the Barons AND tuner is no better than the BAM + pipes?

Keep in mind that the numbers you see on these sheets are only as good as the operator that is running the test.  The only way to accurately compare two different bikes with identical numbers and different set-ups run on two different machines by two different operators is to have both bikes ran on the same machine by the same operator.  If the set-ups are as different as these two are you can bet the numbers will not be the same.

regardless of the dyno, i have been noticing the drop in torque at low rpm that the Baron BAK gives you. The PR BAK doesn't seem to suffer from this as much as the PR BAK. The BAM doesnt suffer from this at all. it also make the same comparable HP as the BAK at 1/4 the cost - https://www.facebook.com/pages/Raider-Performance/104799669565189
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Post by: t84a on Dec 21, 2013, 03:48:54 pm
From what I'm reading on several sites, smoothing should be set to SAE for the most accurate reading. Not sure if age of the dyno or software comes into play but you might ask.

Some operators use STD to inflate the numbers. The President of Dynojet frowns upon this and has allegedly told the operators of their dynos not to use STD.
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Post by: MyRaider on Jan 06, 2014, 04:56:52 am
Hey all, 120ft-lb 92.71hp is that good.... and yes it is SAE,    little walk around clip:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMr1A_njzQI

I know I said I'd never tell but hey if it's good I have no problem sharing info, I think it's as good as l can do without a shop help.

Torque to you later,
Al

1st dyno run:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kji_VOkivow

2nd dyno run:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cF6xRHGm39o
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Post by: MyRaider on Jan 06, 2014, 05:26:38 am
This is still the best sounding V&H 2 into 1..... I ever heard sounds like he had it tuned by NASA:

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAmEHQ68500

I reached out to him to find out what he did never heard anything.

Oh Well: I have had help from this forum though.

Thanks

Mines OK but I don't no when to quit for sound or fire.....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5rthmLOXeY

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Post by: 203blackfire on Mar 09, 2014, 06:44:03 am
What are the best things to put on my 08 raider for performance i want to get all i can out of it (No Engine Work) and how are the improvements for engine durability
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Post by: t84a on Mar 09, 2014, 08:45:22 am
What are the best things to put on my 08 raider for performance i want to get all i can out of it (No Engine Work) and how are the improvements for engine durability
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Post by: Daytonakid1 on Mar 13, 2014, 03:31:20 pm
08 with cobra swept,pc5,Barons BAK,and custom map
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Post by: CHROMINATOR on Mar 13, 2014, 03:34:16 pm
Nice numbers Kid...  ;D
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Post by: t84a on Mar 13, 2014, 03:35:02 pm
Lookin' good.
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Post by: Daytonakid1 on Mar 13, 2014, 03:42:17 pm
I might look into getting the ecu reflash as it might help adding some more timing. Also like the higher rev limit in 4th gear. Tune only cost $250 and picked up 6hp and 8tq over PC map. Cheap power.
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Post by: Mr. T on Mar 13, 2014, 03:47:38 pm
I might look into getting the ecu reflash as it might help adding some more timing. Also like the higher rev limit in 4th gear. Tune only cost $250 and picked up 6hp and 8tq over PC map. Cheap power.

Would love to see the difference it makes.    :thumbs:
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Post by: CHROMINATOR on Mar 13, 2014, 03:54:15 pm
I might look into getting the ecu reflash as it might help adding some more timing. Also like the higher rev limit in 4th gear. Tune only cost $250 and picked up 6hp and 8tq over PC map. Cheap power.

Would love to see the difference it makes.    :thumbs:

Me too, I want to see if the flash works with the Power Pro and if so what it would do for my numbers.
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Post by: yammyboy on Sep 03, 2015, 05:01:53 pm
Just had my Raider dynoed and custom map done on a very hot and humid sticky dyno room today..97.45HP, 118.45TQ  :raider: Now before any body starts questioning me about why did I have a custom dyno tune done after I just had Ivan's ECU reflash and map down loaded I just want to remind people that not all bikes are the same, close, but not the same. I also had my Warriors reflashed ECU customed dynoed tuned also. Its my bike and I want it mapped for best fuel economy very crisp lowend throttle responce and max HP and TQ that can be had with a max fuel econmy while cruiseing between 50-85MPH. This is what the dyno tuner did and I even got to stay in the dyno room the whole time and watch and learn as he pointed out every thing he did and at what throttle openings,%'S, ect. So what I did not to start a war between my nice guy IVAN  ( since 2001) and this tuner was to remove the map IVAN gave me and reset the TPS back to what it was and reload the general map I had in it from the power commander site from the get go. My Raider ran very well even with that map in it. So the read out you see here is the original map vrs the new map.You can see where the gain is and yes I can feel it , especially on the high way fifth gear rollons from 70MPH on. He also was cruseing 100mph on the dyno checking things and he pointed out that my speedo was spot on also at 100MPH. I told him I had a speedo healer in it and it was calibrated with my GPS. Im very pleased with this dyno tune  and im still going to send my ECU back to IVAN to remove the high idle untill Im stopped for a bit and then it drops to where its supposed to be, removed as he and I disscused over the phone. I was stuck in alot of atlanta traffic and the high idle time to low idle was very,very annoying to me. just bugs me. On the way home I got to test out my 8 more HP. As the light turned red on highway 400 and RT396 and guy in a custom hardley pulled right next to me in the left lane. he looked at me and I just for shits and giggles pointed forward for a drag race. he nodded, he's hd was not stock and had a big 250+ rear tire on it and was loud. Light changed, I let him go first, but we didn't hit it untill about 25mph and he was about three bikes ahead of me when he finnaly gunned it. Of course we all know the out come. At the next light he asked if my engine internalls were stock because he never had another v-twinn pull away from him that fast., I said, yep, just like it left Yamaha factory in  Japan,lol. We both did a thumbs up, nice friendly race. On the way home after 70+mph highway cruiseing, one race and some country road cruiseing I netted 47.7MPG, im happy.here are my mods.,
FREEDOM COMBAT 2into1 EXHAUST
K&N dropin filter
BAM
PCV
IVAN'S ECU reflash.
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Post by: t84a on Sep 03, 2015, 05:16:36 pm
Lookin good
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Post by: Zxdave on Sep 03, 2015, 07:32:22 pm
Just had my Raider dynoed and custom map done on a very hot and humid sticky dyno room today..97.45HP, 118.45TQ  :raider: Now before any body starts questioning me about why did I have a custom dyno tune done after I just had Ivan's ECU reflash and map down loaded I just want to remind people that not all bikes are the same, close, but not the same. I also had my Warriors reflashed ECU customed dynoed tuned also. Its my bike and I want it mapped for best fuel economy very crisp lowend throttle responce and max HP and TQ that can be had with a max fuel econmy while cruiseing between 50-85MPH. This is what the dyno tuner did and I even got to stay in the dyno room the whole time and watch and learn as he pointed out every thing he did and at what throttle openings,%'S, ect. So what I did not to start a war between my nice guy IVAN  ( since 2001) and this tuner was to remove the map IVAN gave me and reset the TPS back to what it was and reload the general map I had in it from the power commander site from the get go. My Raider ran very well even with that map in it. So the read out you see here is the original map vrs the new map.You can see where the gain is and yes I can feel it , especially on the high way fifth gear rollons from 70MPH on. He also was cruseing 100mph on the dyno checking things and he pointed out that my speedo was spot on also at 100MPH. I told him I had a speedo healer in it and it was calibrated with my GPS. Im very pleased with this dyno tune  and im still going to send my ECU back to IVAN to remove the high idle untill Im stopped for a bit and then it drops to where its supposed to be, removed as he and I disscused over the phone. I was stuck in alot of atlanta traffic and the high idle time to low idle was very,very annoying to me. just bugs me. On the way home I got to test out my 8 more HP. As the light turned red on highway 400 and RT396 and guy in a custom hardley pulled right next to me in the left lane. he looked at me and I just for shits and giggles pointed forward for a drag race. he nodded, he's hd was not stock and had a big 250+ rear tire on it and was loud. Light changed, I let him go first, but we didn't hit it untill about 25mph and he was about three bikes ahead of me when he finnaly gunned it. Of course we all know the out come. At the next light he asked if my engine internalls were stock because he never had another v-twinn pull away from him that fast., I said, yep, just like it left Yamaha factory in  Japan,lol. We both did a thumbs up, nice friendly race. On the way home after 70+mph highway cruiseing, one race and some country road cruiseing I netted 47.7MPG, im happy.here are my mods.,
FREEDOM COMBAT 2into1 EXHAUST
K&N dropin filter
BAM
PCV
IVAN'S ECU reflash.
nice man! he cleaned that map up great, sure it feels nice now !
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Post by: Clayton on Sep 03, 2015, 08:12:30 pm
Super awesom
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Post by: CHROMINATOR on Sep 04, 2015, 03:15:23 am
Looking good Dave...  ;)
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Post by: NormanRaider1985 on Sep 05, 2015, 10:49:46 am
I went to bike night and got to see where my bike seats
Bone stock for just 25 bucks.  I was later told that the
Air pressure being low can hurt your numbers on the dyno
I was running with 28psi in the rear tire.
(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/321890-050915130359.jpeg)

Took me a Bit to figure out the picture posting lol.  Helps to Read!
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Post by: NormanRaider1985 on Sep 11, 2015, 12:42:52 pm
(https://www.roadstarraider.com/gallery/321890-110915123234.jpeg)
Added PCV K&N and gutted stock pipe.  Made sure the Air pressure was right in the rear tire not bad for 11 horsepower gain
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Post by: SCLF3V3R on Sep 21, 2015, 01:57:38 pm
Just got it done this weekend again.  Last print out got destroyed.
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Post by: 08pwraider on Sep 22, 2015, 09:40:40 pm
This from a few months ago after the flash
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Post by: kevin317indy on Jun 01, 2016, 10:45:55 pm
Ivan's Flash
Ivan's Airbox Mod
PCV
Freedom Performance Sharp Curves

128 Torque!!

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Post by: MaLaYaLi on Mar 18, 2017, 12:57:36 am
Anyone here has FP Combat 2 into 1 exhaust and PC V running on your bike? If so was map came with PC V or you needed custom mapping?
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Post by: CHROMINATOR on Mar 18, 2017, 04:59:13 am
Anyone here has FP Combat 2 into 1 exhaust and PC V running on your bike? If so was map came with PC V or you needed custom mapping?

If you bought the PCV new you will have to get a custom map for your setup.  They don't come preloaded with the map you need.
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Post by: MaLaYaLi on Mar 24, 2017, 11:15:38 am
Thank you,  Anyone here from Illinois who ran dyno or recommend any place for dyno tuning?


Anyone here has FP Combat 2 into 1 exhaust and PC V running on your bike? If so was map came with PC V or you needed custom mapping?

If you bought the PCV new you will have to get a custom map for your setup.  They don't come preloaded with the map you need.
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Post by: dersteirer on Sep 10, 2021, 02:06:22 pm
Sorry to pick up that old topic. I have just returned from the tuning shop. I went there because of some bad vibration, and to get the bike tuned.
The mechanic from the shop said, that in low and mid RPM she is far too lean, but in higher RPM way too rich. Probably that's the reason for the vibrations, that suddenly come and go. On the way back from the shop the engine was smooth, probably smoother than ever before. Throttle response is very good. I have a DNA-airfilter (similar to K&N), and I have lifted the air box lid a bit. Exhaust is standard, I won't afford another one here, they are very expensive for this bike here in Germany.

Results: about 90 hp on the rear, and 154 nm torque, which are about 113 ft-lb. I am very very happy that I took her to the shop :love: