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post #21 of 35 (permalink) Old 01-14-2017, 10:36 AM
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This is my dyno run. Monster 1200s-15 with termignoni slipon and upmap.
Never mind, can`t upload files as they are to big
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post #22 of 35 (permalink) Old 01-16-2017, 08:36 AM Thread Starter
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This is my dyno run. Monster 1200s-15 with termignoni slipon and upmap.
Never mind, can`t upload files as they are to big
Can't you save it as an image or do a print screen of your charts?

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Can't you save it as an image or do a print screen of your charts?
Send me your email and i'll mail IT to you, then it's your problem
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post #24 of 35 (permalink) Old 01-16-2017, 04:58 PM Thread Starter
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Send me your email and i'll mail IT to you, then it's your problem
Sure, send it, I'll see if I can find a way to post it under your credit.

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Just received the chart courtesy of @Halvdampis
Monster 1200s-15 with termignoni slipon and upmap
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post #26 of 35 (permalink) Old 01-18-2017, 02:40 PM
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Just received the chart courtesy of @Halvdampis
Monster 1200s-15 with termignoni slipon and upmap
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When comparing to rocroc:s dyno It shows the same hp, but he only reaches 112 nm while i reach 122 ?
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Will be nice to see a dyno chart for a full termi exhaust.
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Will be nice to see a dyno chart for a full termi exhaust.
I would expect very little or no noticeable difference. The full headers may be slightly smoother lacking the O2 sensors and the exhaust valve but they're not any larger than the "R's". The reasons for swapping are for the farkle ( a pound less weight) and bling (shinny and blue).
For major performance enhancements, I'd first look at fine tuning the AFR, gearing change and lighter wheels followed by larger throttle bodies, higher lift cams, lighter connecting rods, etc.

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Just had a "for charity" dyno run on my Monster 1200R. Half the proceeds went to the Diabetes Foundation. Great Idea.
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SC-Project Carbon with Rexxer flash. Open loop only, O2 disabled.
140.11 HP Not happy.
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Just had a "for charity" dyno run on my Monster 1200R. Half the proceeds went to the Diabetes Foundation. Great Idea.
However:
SC-Project Carbon with Rexxer flash. Open loop only, O2 disabled.
140.11 HP Not happy.
The 1200 R should produce 152 HP at the crank (corrected value for Europe), means about 140 - 142 HP at the rear wheel. This with the stock equipment. How do you use your SC-Project? DB Eater on board? Air filter stock? I'm really no fan of the Rexxer mappings. First of all there is no sense to kill the closed loop area. You can manipulate it (14.2 AFR instead of 14.67) without loosing the self-regulation effect in this area and nevertheless getting a smoother engine in the lower rpm range. Unfortunately the synerject ecu of the Monster 1200 isn't hacked till now so you have to use a piggyback solution or send in your ECU if you want to flash it (by Rexxer after a hardware manipulation). RapidBike keeps the closed loop area alive and allows the selective tuning of the parameters for each cylinder. Before any misunderstandings arise: I prefer flashing the ECU but not sending it to a dealer. I want to flash a new mapping and playback the original configuration myself.
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