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#16 uncle brian

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 10:51 AM

Okay, I'ii put my hand up. I'm running individual filters with a 4 into 1 Yoshi exhaust system, stage 3 dynojet kit, 1349cc. big bore kit, head worked, flowed ported etc. to match up with 36 y inlets, ignition advanced approx. 4 degrees, compression raised slightly about 10.3 to 1,extra spring plate in clutch, 18 tooth cog to gear it up a tad, slotted cam sprockets to dial in cams more accurately, tuned up on dyno putting out 136 hp. The biggest jets in the kit were too big, I think we ended up with the middle ones in the dynojet kit. Sorry I can't remember exactly as it was a few years ago and we were swapping jets around a bit .But this engine is a cracker, runs smooth, heaps of torque and a pleasure to ride. The mechanic who put it all together said it would benefit from a cold air flow as the hot air coming across the engine to the carbs made it run a bit richer. Haven't done anything about that yet, maybe will have a play soon. I know you will want to see the graph from the dyno Drac, but I haven't got it, it's still recorded on his machine, will have to chase it up one day. regards Uncle.
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Posted 25 March 2011 - 11:35 AM

Cheers Uncle.....like the sound of that motor :Australia:

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Posted 27 March 2011 - 10:30 AM

Thanks Sharks, it's been a gradual progression over the years, did the suspension first, then braided lines and better pads, then a mate made me a fork brace, then some posh risers and ultra low renthals with the risers slanted forward to put put the body a bit lower, then it was some hard luggage and top box, followed by a powerbronze cobra fairing then painted the wheels and fairing to match the blue colour of the bike. I can't claim any credit as Cooky gave me a lot of information early on and the guys and girls on this site had done all the research and I just read up on all the mods that they did. Stay safe mate, regards Uncle
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Posted 27 March 2011 - 01:29 PM

/>Okay, I'ii put my hand up. I'm running individual filters with a 4 into 1 Yoshi exhaust system, stage 3 dynojet kit, 1349cc. big bore kit, head worked, flowed ported etc. to match up with 36 y inlets, ignition advanced approx. 4 degrees, compression raised slightly about 10.3 to 1,extra spring plate in clutch, 18 tooth cog to gear it up a tad, slotted cam sprockets to dial in cams more accurately, tuned up on dyno putting out 136 hp. The biggest jets in the kit were too big, I think we ended up with the middle ones in the dynojet kit. Sorry I can't remember exactly as it was a few years ago and we were swapping jets around a bit .But this engine is a cracker, runs smooth, heaps of torque and a pleasure to ride. The mechanic who put it all together said it would benefit from a cold air flow as the hot air coming across the engine to the carbs made it run a bit richer. Haven't done anything about that yet, maybe will have a play soon. I know you will want to see the graph from the dyno Drac, but I haven't got it, it's still recorded on his machine, will have to chase it up one day. regards Uncle.


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Posted 27 March 2011 - 01:32 PM

i only like to see dyno graps not for BHP as thats means fek all to me and in reality a good dyno shop can make a read out what ever he likes using correction factors ect ect , but i like to see the A/F map and tourqe curve just to collect data

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Posted 27 May 2019 - 09:44 AM

Sooo...no-one else out there in forum land has pod filters and a dynojet kit in a 1300 ??? unsure.gif

just put pods on mine and open cans  2001sp , i went for the sigma stage 3 , after reading all the negative about sigma hmmm , i have the carb with 3 needle positions , have got the 110 mains in , have ordered some 122.5 and 137.5 mains , its stumbling just at 5000 revs and still a little back popping albeit not as bad as the 96 main that was in there so going to try the 122.5 first and slipp another washer in with the nylon washer on needle and have a play around , put a 4 degree advancer on as well , i have a 2 degree advancer on another engine so with what i have read i shall bear in mind the need to maybe put the 2 degree in , thanks to all the guys for all your info you have put in , will keep posted of all the work i do 






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