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Old 01-03-2013, 09:56 AM   #1
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Dynoed with KMC Powersports (Lloydz's old dyno). Kyle was great. I have Lloydz VM1 cams, VFCIII, D&D, and Lloydz's new air fillter. He installed the filter prior to dyno tuning. Adjusted VFCIII as best he could, but still running a little lean. Bike runs very smooth...

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Very very nice.
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Old 01-03-2013, 11:40 AM   #3
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Only place I see it lean at all is around 5500 RPM and Up
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I'll bet the bike "runs smooth". 100 T from 2800 to 5800rpms!! Doesn't look lean at all. Ride safe.
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I have the same items, i just haven't installed them yet.....now i really want to get them done!!! Those numbers look awesome!!!
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Just wondering if the timing adjustment gear was put in as well? If it was put in, if you don't mind telling us, where did it end up at?

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Digger, no timing gear
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Just wondering if the timing adjustment gear was put in as well? If it was put in, if you don't mind telling us, where did it end up at?

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Kevinx is setting them at +4 from what I've seen.
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Talking Nice upgrade!

Very nice, I especially like where the 100 T comes on @ 2800 rpms and stays on strong until 5800 rpms.

I was just going to do the exhaust, filter and VFC III Tuner but am starting to lean towards that and the cams, with the PC-V and auto tuner with Loydz IAV.
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Old 01-23-2013, 04:51 PM   #10
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Its actually running rich up until 5500 then its pretty much spot on
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