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    dyno run

    been over to taz this afternoon and got the bike on a free dyno.

    max power 121.43 @ 9752rpm
    max torque 70.3 @ 8279rpm

    does this sound ok standard bike apart from the cans and map 2.

    did anyone else go only saw a couple of rsv's

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    sounds about right for a std 07 mille.(3bhp in 5 years development-typical aprila!) My 02(46k mileage=tired motor) as std did 118 and 70 ft-lbs, with a few mods its now 126 and 75.5 ft-lbs torque.
    cheers CK

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    You thinking about doing anything else to it for more power? My 06 was 127bhp at the back wheel with the cans and an EVO Air kit. Had 5000 miles on the clock. Only managed to get it up to 132bhp with a powercommander and custom map. If you could get an extra 7bhp from an airfilter and removing the airbox lid then it might be worth a look.

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    my 99 model when the pc3 was mapped with ren airbox and ccc can.

    ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by TarkMalbot View Post
    You thinking about doing anything else to it for more power? My 06 was 127bhp at the back wheel with the cans and an EVO Air kit. Had 5000 miles on the clock. Only managed to get it up to 132bhp with a powercommander and custom map. If you could get an extra 7bhp from an airfilter and removing the airbox lid then it might be worth a look.
    i have been looking at air boxes and have been told that the evo might be the best.

    but money is getting a bit tight at the moment and want to get the handling sorted first.

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    not sure if this will work
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    Quote Originally Posted by richtee0 View Post
    i have been looking at air boxes and have been told that the evo might be the best.

    but money is getting a bit tight at the moment and want to get the handling sorted first.
    This is by far the best for your model, got it fitted to my track bike and road bike, you won't find a better made airkit anywhere

    http://www.italoparts.de/airboxring-p-111.html

    road bike 06 factory



    track bike 04 factory

    Last edited by Badger; May 4th, 2008 at 12:51 AM.

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    that looks good badger what you done to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richtee0 View Post
    not sure if this will work
    Yeah that worked. Although not the highest power bike out there but the graph looks so smooth and a/f ratio looks spot on.

    That italoparts.de product looks similar to my EVO thingy. A rubber seal around the bottom of the tank so you get rid of the air box lid and increase volume of the air box.

    I have been looking for some Acro headers to match my cans and also some bellmouths?

    Any ideas?



    Also I think my A/F ratio could be better and not sure if its worth doing the flapper mod and does it make any difference. I am on Map 2 with cans and PCIII but not sure if the lamba (spelling?) sensors are still active? I have an O2 eliminator box that came with the PCIII but its not fitted. Where does it plug in at? Whats the best way forward to get most out of what I have?
    Last edited by TarkMalbot; May 4th, 2008 at 02:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richtee0 View Post
    that looks good badger what you done to it.
    Road bike has

    Homer Ewe airkit and K&N filter
    Full Smaltmoto system with ceramic coated headers
    PC111 with custom map
    Disabled flapper valve

    Track bike

    Homer Ewe airkit and K&N filter
    Standard headers with standard cans i cored myself
    PC111 with custom map
    Disabled flapper valve
    Gutted and smoothed air intake

    there are plenty of other things done to them but these are things that affect the motor

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    Quote Originally Posted by TarkMalbot View Post
    Yeah that worked. Although not the highest power bike out there but the graph looks so smooth and a/f ratio looks spot on.

    That italoparts.de product looks similar to my EVO thingy. A rubber seal around the bottom of the tank so you get rid of the air box lid and increase volume of the air box.

    I have been looking for some Acro headers to match my cans and also some bellmouths?

    Any ideas?



    Also I think my A/F ratio could be better and not sure if its worth doing the flapper mod and does it make any difference. I am on Map 2 with cans and PCIII but not sure if the lamba (spelling?) sensors are still active? I have an O2 eliminator box that came with the PCIII but its not fitted. Where does it plug in at? Whats the best way forward to get most out of what I have?
    Mark, i don't think you will get much better, the A/F is not to bad, the torque does seem a bit low mind, but peak power is about what you would expect, the flapper valve.....when you buy the homer ewe kit they actually recommend you do this, the homer ewe kit works the same way as the evo kit, but i don't reckon the evo seals very well, the homer ewe gives a perfect seal, i think the lambda sensors should not be active and the o2 eliminator fitted, i did not fit my PC111 but had it done at FW's, Richard fitted the o2 eliminators on both my bikes and said when he sets the bike up the lambda sensors are not required.

    I don't see you getting much better as the curve is nice and progressive, slightly low on torque, so maybe some gains to be had there, the standard headers are supposed to be pretty good, as you see they are still on my track bike and it produces good figures.

    HTH some

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    If I fit the O2 eliminator will I need to get a custom map done again? I think I will do the flapper mod too seeing as its easy enough. I have noticed that most graphs I have seen show a small dip at about 5,500 rpm. Must be just a RSV thing? What is this gutting and smothing of the air intake all about? Any instructions, photos of what you have done? Thanks, Mark.

    PS My bike is fast enough but I just can't help myself! lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by TarkMalbot View Post
    If I fit the O2 eliminator will I need to get a custom map done again? I think I will do the flapper mod too seeing as its easy enough. I have noticed that most graphs I have seen show a small dip at about 5,500 rpm. Must be just a RSV thing? What is this gutting and smothing of the air intake all about? Any instructions, photos of what you have done? Thanks, Mark.

    PS My bike is fast enough but I just can't help myself! lol
    I would get it remapped if you fit the eliminator, the dip is at 5500 is normal and i have not seen any that don't have it.

    I also would not gut the air intake for the road, see here for how to do it

    http://www.rsvzone.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1571

    as you can see from this i removed the flapper valve completely, all you need to do is block the pipe.

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    Looks like a good job on the air intake. Looks like a little too much modifying to do for the road bike like you say. Not very easy to put back to standard if you ever want to for selling on.

    You also said: "there are plenty of other things done to them but these are things that affect the motor"

    What have you had done to the engine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TarkMalbot View Post
    Looks like a good job on the air intake. Looks like a little too much modifying to do for the road bike like you say. Not very easy to put back to standard if you ever want to for selling on.

    You also said: "there are plenty of other things done to them but these are things that affect the motor"

    What have you had done to the engine?
    What i meant was that was all the modding done to the engines, i have done a load of other things like suspension and blingy type things on the road bike............

    taken from another thread on here

    Easier to just give you this link for pics

    http://forum.rsvr.net/forum_posts.asp?TID=2393

    i have done a few things to it since those pics were taken...........fitted Gilles chain adjusters and paddock stand lifters, Lightech filler cap, i am also going to remove the lower bronze coloured aprilia decal and replace with a gloss black one, a list of mods to date are:-

    Full Smaltmoto system with ceramic headers
    Homer Ewe airbox
    K&N filter
    Remote adjustable Ohlins shock which is revalved
    Forks have 25mm s/bike kits and revalved with better compression adjusters
    polished top yoke
    MRA D/B screen
    15/43 gearing with supersprox on rear
    Polidom c/f frame and swingarm protectors
    MPL frame plugs
    R&G bar ends
    Evo clutch slave cylinder
    Hafer folding brake and clutch levers
    Lightech fuel cap
    Alloy preload adjusters on fork tops
    Gilles fully adjustable rearsets
    Gilles chain adjusters
    Gilles paddock stand lifters
    Bubseywoos mirror extenders
    PC111 and custom mapped
    Lightly smoked headlight protectors

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    i went sat to pick up my rsv

    my dad put his ducati on, i was gone by midday tho, best i see was a zx10 at 168bhp

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    my bike gives 127bhp and 96 Nm from rear wheel

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