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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    I'd love to post my dyno printout.... but the wife cleaned house since I've seen them.... and her reply to "where are my dyno sheets that were lying here" is "how should I know... I don't keep track of them"

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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    im a getting a k/n and already have somke scorpions pipes. Is the k/n air filter gonna do any good maybe some hp???

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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    The next and I think obvious question is, how has your fuel mileage been effected by this? I'm currently running the stock map with 2Bros exhaust and stock filter. I get between 47-55mpg depending on riding style.
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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince


    Ok, so from reading these posts i can decipher that the CO1 is cylinder 1 & 3 where as CO2 is 2 & 4, why would they be different settings? also, it seems like the links to the how to's are no longer available from the links in those threads, and reading through it looks like SBN went down at some point and lost a lot of the information.

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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    Quote Originally Posted by rsw81 View Post
    The next and I think obvious question is, how has your fuel mileage been effected by this? I'm currently running the stock map with 2Bros exhaust and stock filter. I get between 47-55mpg depending on riding style.
    no change. my lowest ever was 40mpg riding 2up fully loaded with gear in a crazy strong headwind from Chicago to Muscatine, IA. The very next day without the wind but loaded the same we got 50mpg.
    Usually I run about 45-47mpg which is what I got stock.

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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    Quote Originally Posted by oscarg85 View Post
    im a getting a k/n and already have somke scorpions pipes. Is the k/n air filter gonna do any good maybe some hp???
    I hate to tell you this but no, the K&N will not make a positive impact on your HP.

    Without starting a filter war the K&N will give you a bit more sound and the ability to clean and re-use the filter.
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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    Quote Originally Posted by reiobard View Post
    Ok, so from reading these posts i can decipher that the CO1 is cylinder 1 & 3 where as CO2 is 2 & 4, why would they be different settings? also, it seems like the links to the how to's are no longer available from the links in those threads, and reading through it looks like SBN went down at some point and lost a lot of the information.
    batch-fired (not sequential) injectors?

    also are you sure you dont mean 1-4 and 2-3? because I've seen carbed-bikes jetted differently (called "jet stagger") on the inner cylinders due to heat variation (inners are hotter so need different fueling).

    Am I correct to assume the 2007+ FZ6 with O2 sensor does not have this feature?
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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    yeah i used to get a little more with my stock pipes, but definetly worth the scorpions. Some times you have to sacrifice mileage for sound and good looks!!

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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    I'm not sure but as far as i know, the 07 FZ6 has no O2 censor. In the air box that sensor in there is for intake temp. And again i think it's 1-4, 2-3, but i might be wrong (which happens often.
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    Re: Dyno tune with CO adjustment Leo Vince

    Quote Originally Posted by opds9091 View Post
    I'm not sure but as far as i know, the 07 FZ6 has no O2 censor. In the air box that sensor in there is for intake temp. And again i think it's 1-4, 2-3, but i might be wrong (which happens often.
    04-06 has no O2 sensor but 07+ does.

    oh... b.t.w. you are right spelling owns you!
    "censor" then "sensor" five words apart. LOL

 

 
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