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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    I just ordered leo vince carbon fiber evo2 with the conical tips. It will be here in about two to three weeks. Were there any things you needed to look for as far as problems installing your pipes? Does your bike run better with the DB killers in there or without? Will I need to get a pc111 to change my settings on my bike? Thanks, any help would be appreciated....

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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    Quote Originally Posted by aceman120 View Post
    I just ordered leo vince carbon fiber evo2 with the conical tips. It will be here in about two to three weeks. Were there any things you needed to look for as far as problems installing your pipes? Does your bike run better with the DB killers in there or without? Will I need to get a pc111 to change my settings on my bike? Thanks, any help would be appreciated....
    i have my db killers out to further reduce backpressure. some people find the exhaust too loud even with the db killers installed. so. find which way you like how it sounds and go with that.

    a pc3 is not required at all and will decrease your fuel economy. if you want to adjust your mixture i recommend the co hack and about 30 minutes of dyno time. you will get basically the same peak power for about a third of the price.

    oh... and my last tank of gas was mostly two up riding and i got 45mpg.
    Last edited by krid80; 05-21-2008 at 05:26 AM.

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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    i'm sure you'll go up some more with the airbox mod...cant wait for the dyno results
    Quote Originally Posted by krid80 View Post
    they are loud but I like their sound. Granted, if I am near a cop I upshift as to not tick him off, but if I am in someone's blind spot, I need to appeal to one of their other four senses or they will not know I am there.
    so true

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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    Quote Originally Posted by krid80 View Post
    Just ran the FZ on the dyno for the first time with the Leo Vince exhaust.

    Here's the setup: 2006 Yamaha FZ6 with Leo Vince exhaust with cat eliminator, db killers out.

    Previous run totally stock 89.10hp
    Today's runs:

    Run 1 (stock tune) - 93.20hp

    Run 2 (+4 C1 and C2) - 93.82hp

    Run 3 (+9 C1 and C2) - 94.77hp

    Run 4 (+14 C1 and C2) - 95.11hp

    Run 5 (+19 C1 and C2) - 95.60hp

    Run 6 (+24 C1 and C2) - 95.79hp

    Run 7 (+29 C1 and C2) - 95.68


    so there it is. Leo Vince with stock tune will give you 4hp but there is extra power to be had by using your CO adjustment.

    Overall, I ended up with a 7hp gain with only exhaust added. I am still running a stock airbox and filter. The bike has 4200 miles.

    i was thinking of getting a leo vince pipe for my bike can you tell a power gain in all of the rpm?

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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    very cool, I assume the +#'s are the adjustments that you made? if so it sounds like a way for us all to unlock a little power from the bike, are there any known dangers in this adjustment?

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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    I'm willing to bet the +x indicates how much fuel you're adding.

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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    Well this is great news!

    Quote Originally Posted by krid80 View Post
    You have to jump a wire under the tank to a ground and then it unlocks the CO adjustment available through the gauge cluster in diagnostic mode.

    There are a few posts out there about how to do it.

    I used a Radioshack DB9 pin on a wire to a ring terminal under a bolt on the rear master cylinder. I just left it in there and all is well.
    I'm looking to do with with my Scorpions (cat intact)...

    Can you explain more about what the +# means?

    Where can these posts be found? This is the only time I've heard of this.

    Pics?



    You posted peak HP, right? Any thoughts on how the overall curves look based on the different settings?

    I'm not very familiar with all this so if anyone can't point me in the right direction, I'll do the rest. Thanks!
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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    any updates on this, can we see the dyno curve? what are the + numbers? pics and or a link to a how to?

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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    Quote Originally Posted by pchbreeze View Post
    I'm willing to bet the +x indicates how much fuel you're adding.

    I thought that the FZ ran rich, maybe the + is the air mixture increase?

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