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    2019 remap
    on: July 01, 2022, 02:08:44 pm
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    for some reason its come out in black and white.
    anyhow top line is new map

    bottom line is how it was with the cat removed 18 month ago. Basically by removing the cat and silencer it gave a decent gain, we couldn't adjust the fuelling at the time but it was ok.

    on the Air/Fuel graph the lower line is the new fuelling after we remapped it.

    it wont show the difference between 2 long and 2 short airbox stacks and the 4 long ones, when we ran it on the dyno last time it was only one run to check the air/fuel ratio after id removed the cat and was only a speed run not a power run.

    so the bhp has gone up from 117 or whatever kawasaki claim at the crank to 121bhp at the rear wheel so its a good gain.
    as you can see the torque is a touch under 79lbf, the stock is if ive worked it out correctly is 75lbf. you tend to loose about 10% between the crank and the wheel.

    It does feel stronger at the bottom end and on the way back i came the back roads i know really well and i noticed the traction control light flashing a lot more than id noticed it before, its set the same as I've always had it. Its difficult to tell the difference because ive hardly ridden it this year but id say its better though to be honest it was ok as it was, the fuelling is better than before so it should give better mpg figures as well.

    so basically as it is now,
    delkevic front decat pipes (same diameter as stock),

    Akrapovic silencer with baffle in (would give a little more with the baffle out but i dont want it noisy)

    kn airfilter

    4 long airbox trumpets,

    the oxygen sensor has been turned off.

    the next mod it needs is to link the front pipes the same as the stock pipes are, while on the dyno you could see it pulsing back instead of getting rid of the gasses straight away. I could link them up by copying the stock downpipes or maybe if a second hand system comes up cheap i could use that, i don't want to cut the cats out of my stock one. Could be a project for winter.



     
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    Re: 2019 remap
    Reply #1 on: July 01, 2022, 05:12:30 pm
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    And does your friend have cost for this tune and more importantly how does it ride

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    Re: 2019 remap
    Reply #2 on: July 01, 2022, 07:46:56 pm
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    It rides really good, and for a price you'd have to ring him, at the moment he can't do a postal remap, he'd need the bike,

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    Re: 2019 remap
    Reply #3 on: July 01, 2022, 07:49:24 pm
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    He's on Facebook aswell,

    Junction 33 developments

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    Re: 2019 remap
    Reply #4 on: July 01, 2022, 07:51:37 pm
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    Nice one Pete, thanks for sharing

    I'm guessing that you are very happy with the outcome   
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    Re: 2019 remap
    Reply #5 on: July 01, 2022, 08:15:21 pm
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    Really pleased with it rog,  first one in the country aswell 😀, as you know they do have plenty of power as standard but it feels much easier for overtaking etc. Need a proper run out on it but my hips not up to it yet.

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    Re: 2019 remap
    Reply #6 on: July 01, 2022, 09:12:12 pm
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    I reckon that your bike will have a smoooooooth  power delivery  now Pete  :028: 
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    Re: 2019 remap
    Reply #7 on: July 02, 2022, 08:14:25 am
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    I reckon that your bike will have a smoooooooth  power delivery  now Pete  :028:

    It is rog, smooth and just keeps pulling from tickover.

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    Re: 2019 remap
    Reply #8 on: July 03, 2022, 06:08:46 pm
    July 03, 2022, 06:08:46 pm
    did you remap the entire fuel map, or just WOT? if just WOT it has nothing to do with anything other than WOT.

    How about the timing or the throttle control mapping? Do anything there? Was this just dyno work or did you also do datalogging?

      I completely agree about the exhaust having the crossover pipes. the dip at 5k is from the lack of crossovers. If you find the thread i posted about installing the exhaust velocity cone, you can stop the reversion by installing one. it really helps light throttle response.  It's still not going to get rid of the 5k did w/o crossovers, but it helps.

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    Re: 2019 remap
    Reply #9 on: July 03, 2022, 08:29:19 pm
    July 03, 2022, 08:29:19 pm
    Hi Steve, I'm still learning , He remapped it at all throttle  openings not just wot, I've got the graphs but it takes me a while to scan them and put them on here.
    I'll try and get him to post it all on Facebook,  he usually does, then I can just copy it all.