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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-18-2002, 09:20 AM Thread Starter
 
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998 Kit dyno.

Finally got it right. I had a defective Muzzy ignition advancer or either the high compression didn't like, don't know?
But anyways it's running like a cop to a donut. 144 at the wheel with 79 Ft pounds of torque. This is where Dave at Muzzys said I would be until I got the adjustable cam sprockets, then after that I will be "right at 160 at the wheel". This dyno was without packing in my can so I probably would have slightly more torque also.
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 08-18-2002, 09:25 AM Thread Starter
 
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This is the A/F ratio. The first run was a little lean with 160-165-165-160 mains so I fattend it up to 172-175-175-172 and fixed my lean surge at 7. Im just a little fat on the mains but most of my riding is at night so it will equal out.
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post #3 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-05-2002, 04:57 AM
 
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Question?

Why the larger jets on the inside? Do stock bike run this way also or is it only done under heavy modification?

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Talking You Dog.......>>>

Hey Shannon,

So, you went & did it (before me, too). Sounds like its
gonna be fun when you get the cams adjusted.....!!!
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Question?

Why the larger jets on the inside? Do stock bike run this way also or is it only done under heavy modification?

Thanks,

Mike
as far as i know, all stock carbs use fatter jets on the inside cylinders. i don't remember why, i think it has to do with the heat of the air or the cylinders. i don't really remember, just a guess.

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post #6 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-05-2002, 06:36 AM
 
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Shannon,
You'll want to get those adjustable cam sprockets chrome plated first. If they can give you 16 additional HP, they deserve the best treatment. Seriously, I've installed a number of them and they always help, but nothing on the order of 16 HP.
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Re: You Dog.......>>>

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Hey Shannon,

So, you went & did it (before me, too). Sounds like its
gonna be fun when you get the cams adjusted.....!!!



I towed it home to Memphis last weekend. It ran soooooo much better. Memphis is 1100ft lower than where I am now. I did a roll-on with a 01 Gix1000 that had a full akro, remapped, those light wheels with no cush drive and some kind of carb butterfly mod and smoked him pretty bad. I was impressed, I was sure he would pull me. I could bring it up easy there in 4th, but have a hard time with 3rd here. Thats how much different the altitude made.
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Shannon,
You'll want to get those adjustable cam sprockets chrome plated first. If they can give you 16 additional HP, they deserve the best treatment. Seriously, I've installed a number of them and they always help, but nothing on the order of 16 HP.

Dave at Muzzy's is now saying 8-10 HP. He said I need to be 105-105. The stock set up is 105-100. I know it will make a noticeable difference but I doubt I will see even 8 more out of it.
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Sounds pretty fun now....!!!
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