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Old 10-17-2007, 06:03 PM   #11
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Re: Re-Mapping: PCIII, Teka, Yosh & Techlusion

I had a D&D Full Exhaust installed without any tuning and it gave me 77.58 HP. I had a TEKA tune and ended up with 79.25HP. The bike runs smoother now. The CO2 measurements shows that the bike is not running lean, but actually running rich from 4-7k RPM. The engineer actually leaned it out significantly in this range. From 7-8k the engineer did richen the mixture with more fuel. Overall through out the rev range, the graph shows more leaning out of the mixture rather than increasing fuel.

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Re: Re-Mapping: PCIII, Teka, Yosh & Techlusion

FOR A FULL TEKA TUNE REVIEW

http://forum.svrider.com/showthread.php?t=58199
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Old 10-18-2007, 04:43 AM   #13
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Re: Re-Mapping: PCIII, Teka, Yosh & Techlusion

thanks for sharing kwakr738. great info. With the oxygenated race fuel that Kris uses, I bet that rich spot goes away with the OEM ECU. That's a healthy SV, specially on a Factory dyno!
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Re: Re-Mapping: PCIII, Teka, Yosh & Techlusion

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thanks for sharing kwakr738. great info. With the oxygenated race fuel that Kris uses, I bet that rich spot goes away with the OEM ECU. That's a healthy SV, specially on a Factory dyno!
The bike is 2005 with about 3800 miles. I bought it 2nd hand from an owner that looked like he babied it. During the run, it had a stock intake and was running on a fresh tank of 93 octane. I have to be honest, I am somewhat skeptical of the results. I have read of people seeing 5-10% increase in HP going from an Eddy to Dynojet. Depending on how you calculate for loss, I can easily blow by HP numbers I have seen on this board. The important thing is that the bike runs smoother and there is an increase in HP after the TEKA tune. I am also happy to be able to provide my experience and results with a person considering this option. If there is another option out there with "proven" results, please post here:
http://forum.svrider.com/showthread.php?t=57886

P.S. Another reason may be yellow is faster than blue
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Old 10-18-2007, 08:47 AM   #15
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Re: Re-Mapping: PCIII, Teka, Yosh & Techlusion

dyno results can vary wildly. i really think they're only beneficial to see what kind of gains/losses can be made from changes on the bike. peak hp can be manipulated by the dyno/dyno operator. its quite easy. while i have no doubt this bike probably is running better after the tune, no way its making 79 hp with a stock engine and that pipe. my supersport engine with leo vince and the best race gas vp makes barely makes more hp than that. like i said, its all relative.

but on another note, i'm glad someone finally had proven dyno results to confirm that not all sv's are lean with a pipe. i told you it would be rich!!!!!!
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Old 10-18-2007, 09:13 AM   #16
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Re: Re-Mapping: PCIII, Teka, Yosh & Techlusion

Kris!! My Bike makes more HP than your bike!! Yellow is faster than blue!! Just kidding. I am going to have to agree with you, I feel the numbers are pretty wild. Just so you know, I kept pushing with the service dept to get me those darn A/F ratios. The manager called his lead engineer who wasn't even working that day. As you will read on the other post where our wager was set, Eddy does not measure A/F. But the engineer clearly leaned out the bike on most areas for better HP. They did give me a bigger graph of the CO2 levels that I have yet to scan. But yeah, your right, this lean thing is based on assumption.
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Re: Re-Mapping: PCIII, Teka, Yosh & Techlusion


Here are the CO2 levels. The original is in RED. The blue is how the engineer tuned for HP.
You can see where they lowered the levels of CO2 or leaned out the mixture.
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Old 01-03-2008, 02:10 PM   #18
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Re: Re-Mapping: PCIII, Teka, Yosh & Techlusion

P.S. Another reason may be yellow is faster than blue [/QUOTE]

BS. Blue and White will always be faster!!!!!!
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Old 01-03-2008, 02:52 PM   #19
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Re: Re-Mapping: PCIII, Teka, Yosh & Techlusion

ok then any one know where I can find the interface program for the PCIII. I did not buy it so I do not know if it comes with it or what>>?
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Re: Re-Mapping: PCIII, Teka, Yosh & Techlusion

Lean from the factory? ? ? that makes no sense at all. They all run rich if anything. Have you ever thought about elevation? The factory engineers would never chance.
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