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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-19-2014, 09:02 AM Thread Starter
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I posted this in the new member section but with most forums, not many people read those sections. Alright I figure ill let some other people weigh in on this. I just got a 2010 XC skull bike, had to get rid of the 07 Jackpot, not enough room for me and the wife. It has D & D pipes, with no baffles, the S1 flash (according to the guy I bought it from the non CA tune, and it does feel a good bit faster than the 2013 S1 I test rode), and I think a Vic performance air filter. The only thing ive done so far is put in some Polk audio DXi525s. anyway im about to to spend a little bit of money on her, and I think I need a few go faster/smile bigger parts. I was thinking a Lloydz air filter, timing wheel, and maybe a fuel tuner. What are some recommendations? I was looking at the Lloyds or a PCV. Is the tuner even going to help with the S1 tune? Not really familiar with the 106. Keep in mind that I donít think we have a decent victory tuner in the state, so im kind of limited on my tuning.

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I have researched the same for my bike. I would go with cams and a PCV and a dyno tune. As well as the timing wheel. It will give you the biggest bang for the buck.

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yeah i would love to do cams, but $1600 isn't my definition of "a little bit", also getting a dyno tune would be great, but like i said, most shops around here are HD. im wondering if i get the PCV if i can wait a little while on the autotune or if i should wait and get them both together. im looking at spending around $700 total, for right now, so if i do that, it will pretty much shut down the filter,wheel, and amp

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Go get Lloydz timing wheel and put it in. It $160 bucks with new gasket its unreal how much difference it is from 0 to 65 mph.
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timing wheel and pcv, you can get temp maps for the pcv that will get you going, you can tweak it some if needed, when your ready get it in for a dyno tune.


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If they aren't already, unplug the O2 sensors. You're most likely running too lean. Lloydz air filter, Timing Gear, and a PCV. You'll be set for when/if you decide to add cams.

Still amazes me that going from a VFC3 to a PCV gave me right at 20 more horsepower!!

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Well if I hold off on the amp install I could also do the IAC valve. I do really want that amp though as the Polks are clearer but not as loud as the stock speakers. Trying to decide between noise and nutz is a hard decision.

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If they aren't already, unplug the O2 sensors. You're most likely running too lean. Lloydz air filter, Timing Gear, and a PCV. You'll be set for when/if you decide to add cams.



Still amazes me that going from a VFC3 to a PCV gave me right at 20 more horsepower!!

part of that is most likely because you were to rich.


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Well if I hold off on the amp install I could also do the IAC valve. I do really want that amp though as the Polks are clearer but not as loud as the stock speakers. Trying to decide between noise and nutz is a hard decision.

are you talking the lloydz valve to help with popping? if so if you are doing some mods and a pcv dyno you most likely wont need it. i havent bought one, the only popping i get is rich popping when i goof up a setting.


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if i dont need it, that'd be greaaaat. then i could get most of my planned mods taken care of in 1 shot. next start saving for cams and dyno time.

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