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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Here it is, tre with LeoVince race can and 6034 map.

Trorque curve looks nice :)


W: Pekka

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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
Very Nice

Sweet torque and power there FiBlues. Id like to see what mines making soon. I'll email it to see if theres much of a difference (mines running an arrow). Have you done anything else apart from the map and can??
 
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Map

No, just can and 6034 map.

Maybe later....
I got last Thursday tiket for speeding, and police took my driving license :-(
Limit 80 km/h my speed 129 km/h.
1400 euro fee and next Wednesday I hear how long I must just WALK !
And this happends on the road midle of nowhere.
#&%¤#"#&¤@

W: Pekka
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
lies lies and dyno figures

My RS did 111.7RWHP on a dyno dynamics dyno at Vee Two (ducati performance shop) here in Perth, stock map and can, a worked/tuned Ducati 996SPS put out 112, roll forward to this sunday, the RS was on a Dynojet dyno for a output figure, with race map and straight thru arrow benelli sport can, 112.5 hp, although we see the variation on the two differing makes etc, its would be interesting to see what load etc the operators work with, john got 125 on his RS on a dynojet over in new south wales here in OZ, pekka gets 125ish on a base tre, where-as the RS should have about 4 to 5 kw's more, still it beat a bunch of Harleys that have had $50,000 spent on them:rollin
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
Re: lies lies and dyno figures

I think, there is differences between dynos.
More important is the torque curve. As mr. Shelby said: You sell cars with power, but win races with torque :smokin

The 6034 map is good, not perfect. We found that engine is running little bit too rich in entire rev range. Anyway, it's better than too lean. Unfortunately, we did not have time to tune 6034 map, but it is in work list later. As soon as I get my license back :rollin

It would be nice, if you can post dyno results.

Gentlemans, TUNE YOUR ENGINE :p

W: Pekka
 
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
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For the first time i see the power that i used to feel after 5000km on my bike.
But the main thing is that when you ride it at lower revs in the traffic, i feel that the engine is rubbish below 2000 rpm(unlike jap. bikes) and very strange between 3500-4500 rpm.
between 2000-3500 there is smooth, positive kick (see the curve).
any one felt that noisy vibey engine between 3500-4500 rpm??
Any way, above 5k till the redline it is a master piece and runs very rich.
 
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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
G'day there Kuwait

Good to see our middle eastern brothers joining in :D , My Research group here at work did a lot of work for your country for the UN, trying to determine the extent of the environmental damage done to Kuwait in the first gulf war .

Is response to your questions
"For the first time i see the power that i used to feel after 5000km on my bike.
But the main thing is that when you ride it at lower revs in the traffic, i feel that the engine is rubbish below 2000 rpm"

= Poor injection mapping i think is the cause, really you need to play with the fuel air mixtures on a dyno to eliminate this, either you need a power commander for your tornado or the Tuneboy engine software.

(unlike jap. bikes) and very strange between 3500-4500 rpm.
between 2000-3500 there is smooth, positive kick (see the curve).
any one felt that noisy vibey engine between 3500-4500 rpm??
= I imagine that Kuwaiti specification Tornado's are the same as the European spec machines, this "roughness" is usually due to emission testing, the rev range is where the emission are monitored, ie pollutants, again this should be fixable with modifying the air/fuel mixture with either the Tuneboy or power commander, On some bike's you can eliminate it, on some you cant, however you should be able to dramatically improve it


Any way, above 5k till the redline it is a master piece and runs very rich.
= Here I imagine you mean the bike is very good, totally agree :eek . send or post some photo from the middle east !!
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Discussion Starter · #9 ·
good one

Was Thinking of getting the same in the near future Pekka, to carry out accurate A/F ratio monitoring a speed with the ram air, as dyno's dont account for this. let me know how you get on
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Discussion Starter · #10 ·
Re: good one

Dynos are a comparative tool only. One dyno does not compare to another. Torque is more important than power, as has been said. Rich is to keep it cool and the noise down. Mines only making about 120 bhp at the rear tyre, but last race I beat my mate on a 156 bhp ex BSB duc 998RS, cos It handles better and brakes better! Donnington too, where power counts. The longer I race this thing the more power it's making too, running in I guess:D
 
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Re: good one

I beat my mate on a 156 bhp ex BSB duc 998RS, cos It handles better and brakes better!
Who rode this bike in the BSB buddy? And are you saying that the tre handles and brakes better than the one you mate was on?:eek

Al
 
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