Thread: Need HELP PLEASE
03-24-2011, 02:40 PM #1
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Need HELP PLEASE
hi you guys...i need your fantastic help please :
i have a 09 FZr with this :
Air Filter K&N Like the riva one with pfe-filter
R&d Ride Plate
Anti cavitation Kit (home made)
Riva manifold upgrade intake
Tbm Pump cone racing yamaha
The dynafly 13/22R
Riva engine breather upgrade kit
Rear exaust (home made)
BOV HKS in the intercooler
with this i was making about 72 miles and the fzr start to shake a lot....i tought that was because it was limited...
so in the classifieds in here ( greenhulk) i bought an ECU with the R2 to go to the 8400RPM
well i as very disapointed because my bike now does not shake but i make the same speed...i dont know if is faster because i had some problems with me and can get the water in 3 mounts, so i dont remenber....
can you please guys help me..., the guy that sold me the ECU says that i sould make about 80 miles with my configuration...
what do you gys thing?
thx all in advance
03-24-2011, 03:26 PM #2
With the R2 you should make mid to high 70's depending on setup.
What you need to do is.
-Make sure your pitch of your impeller is correct for 8300-8400 RPM. You
will need an accurate RPM gauge to check this.
-Ride plate Angle needs to be adjusted. Start flat and adjust from there. Take note of your trim position when testing for top speed. Bow up is faster.
-Do you have a pump seal kit with your aquavein intake grate
-The high MPH figures are normally based on larger wheels such as the E1.
-Have you checked your AFR's. You may need powershot to tune them correctly but with a B1 you should be ok.
You will probably find with your setup as it sits now the acceleration will be slightly more rapid due to the timing being more advanced than the OEM ECU. Top speed will vary depending on the adjustments made above.
03-24-2011, 04:46 PM #3
What u need as Ricky rightfully said is a RPM gauge like this one http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1253
and when you find out you're rpms you will need the correct prop pitch to make more RPM's and then you'll be up in the high 70's.
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