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Diamond Jim you build the coolest shit!!!!
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Got my XC dyno tuned yesterday by a local shop. Great people. Family owned business of race bike builders.

BTW Thanks MAGS for the PCV map, worked perfectly!!!!

Here are the mods:
PCV
Lloydz HF Air Filter
LLoydz Adjustble Timing Gear
Ness Big Honkers Slip-Ons
VicBaggers Slash Cut tips


After a few runs and a bit of tuning on the map - 93.52HP and 119Tq

The words out of the shop guys mouth after the last pull/adjustment: "Fuck Gina, that's a torque monster!!"

Rode it home and barely any popping. Almost 100% gone and they are not as loud as before.

Next mod: LLoydz Cams?? or should I restrain myself???

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Holy fuck!!! It is a torque monster!!! Mags send me that map and PCV!!!!
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The map the MAGS gave me was pretty much to get me by and he had almost the same mods I did.

The one above is the final, after all the tuning and dyno runs.

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MODS: PCV, LLoydz Timing gear, LLoydz HF Air filter, Arlen Ness Big Honkers Slip-on, LayDown plate, WindVest windshield, Custom Corbin seat.
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Got my XC dyno tuned yesterday by a local shop. Great people. Family owned business of race bike builders.

BTW Thanks MAGS for the PCV map, worked perfectly!!!!

Here are the mods:
PCV
Lloydz HF Air Filter
LLoydz Adjustble Timing Gear
Ness Big Honkers Slip-Ons
VicBaggers Slash Cut tips


After a few runs and a bit of tuning on the map - 93.52HP and 119Tq

The words out of the shop guys mouth after the last pull/adjustment: "Fuck Gina, that's a torque monster!!"

Rode it home and barely any popping. Almost 100% gone and they are not as loud as before.

Next mod: LLoydz Cams?? or should I restrain myself???

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The map the MAGS gave me was pretty much to get me by and he had almost the same mods I did.



The one above is the final, after all the tuning and dyno runs.

I get that... I was just pumping your tires.
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When you have your dyno map and later change something on the bike, or the seasons change, and maybe you develop some popping or other indication that a slight tweak of the map might be beneficial, here's a little trick I started doing maybe 6 years ago. Well, it's not really a trick, just a way of looking at the map less numerically and more visually. Convert the map values to levels of intensity. Think of weather radar- everyone pretty much knows that light green is light rain, red and purple are very heavy rain, and there's different levels in between. Replace rain with fuel. Light green represents a little extra fuel added, red and purple are lots of fuel added, relatively speaking. Adding the visual element helps to reveal rich and lean areas visually.mcopy the map into spreadsheet software and give ranges color values. It doesn't click for everyone but most people seem to more easily connect the minor performance change with an rpm or rpm range that needs to be leaned or richened a little. Not a replacement for a new dyno but can def help. Add a map switch, save your dyno map, edit, save as another file, load as second map and ride. Here's a side-by-side comparison of one of the first ones I did for a 2004 Kawasaki Mean Streak:

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Diamond Jim you build the coolest shit!!!!
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That's all the way laid down. Did you make that?


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Yes. When I had the tag on the bottom of the fender I started playing with thinner, sleeker frames. Came up with what I call tag sleeves. Now I want to do some stuff to the lower rear and needed to move the tag back to the stock location. Then it became a goal to make the slimmest, sleekest lay down setup short of actually frenching the tag into the fender.



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Two questions DJ......
+ What did you do for plate illumination?
+ How is that assembly attached to the bike?
Inquiring minds want to know.

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Two questions DJ......
+ What did you do for plate illumination?
+ How is that assembly attached to the bike?
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I had the HMD520 tag relocation kit that comes with the fender filler piece. The fender filler has two threaded posts welded to it and is secured with nuts on the inside of the fender. Mounted the plate to the filler piece, installed filler piece.

No, doesn't catch any tag light. Tag hasn't had a light since a week after I bought the bike. The tag relocation was the first mod. Never added the tag LEDs that come with it. Will resolve it some time in the future.
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