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I finally met Kyle at the Southeast Victory Rally and completed 95% of my horse power projects for my bike. He installed the VM1-Touring Cams and throttle ring. He also adjusted the timing gear and idle air valve. What's left? I need to have the ECU reprogrammed.

The two hour ride home was awesome. I had some popping but should be corrected after I adjust the air valve. However, I did see an improve with gas mileage. I average 42.2 mpg going and 45.5 returning even though I was aggressive on the return.

There are two graphs. Graph 2 depicts the results after the bike cooled off therefore showing the air/fuel readings are in-line with each other. Should I go by graph 1 or 2? I would love to say I am 119 hp and 119 ft-lbs.

Regardless, I should be in the 120s with the ECU reprogrammed.

Thanks again Kyle.
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I finally met Kyle at the Southeast Victory Rally and completed 95% of my horse power projects for my bike. He installed the VM1-Touring Cams and throttle ring. He also adjusted the timing gear and idle air valve. What's left? I need to have the ECU reprogrammed.

The two hour ride home was awesome. I had some popping but should be corrected after I adjust the air valve. However, I did see an improve with gas mileage. I average 42.2 mpg going and 45.5 returning even though I was aggressive on the return.

There are two graphs. Graph 2 depicts the results after the bike cooled off therefore showing the air/fuel readings are in-line with each other. Should I go by graph 1 or 2? I would love to say I am 119 hp and 119 ft-lbs.

Regardless, I should be in the 120s with the ECU reprogrammed.

Thanks again Kyle.
Were those fuel economy numbers manual calculations or those displayed by the on board computer?
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Looks nice man you can claim the cold numbers heat soak always robs power and just gets worse as the bike gets warmer.

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Very Nice, what will the ECU reprogramme do??

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Were those fuel economy numbers manual calculations or those displayed by the on board computer?
Displayed by the on board computer.

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Very Nice, what will the ECU reprogramme do??
Extend the rev limiter from 6000 to 6500.

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Nice charts.....now....this is probably an example of bad manners, but how much do you have invested to get where you are with those numbers?

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The numbers are the numbers are the numbers. The torque is coming on earlier and you bike is making 119hp and T. The only downside is you can't enjoy that power for at least 2 weeks while the reprogramming is being done. Then...you're golden. The bike is running nice. You and Kyle did well. Ride safe.

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Extend the rev limiter from 6000 to 6500.
Stock rev limiter is down around 5400, they probably bumped it up 500 rpm with the pcv. Lloydz extends it to around 6400 and adds 2 degrees of timing advance.

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Nice charts.....now....this is probably an example of bad manners, but how much do you have invested to get where you are with those numbers?

Manners be damned....I want to know too, so I know how much I need to start saving!

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