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05-07-2019 06:46 AM
DarR
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Originally Posted by alexutus View Post
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.
05-07-2019 01:48 AM
alexutus
alexutus

Will be nice to see a dyno chart for a full termi exhaust.
01-18-2017 02:40 PM
Halvdampis
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Originally Posted by DarR View Post
Just received the chart courtesy of @Halvdampis
Monster 1200s-15 with termignoni slipon and upmap
Thank you very much

When comparing to rocroc:s dyno It shows the same hp, but he only reaches 112 nm while i reach 122 ?
01-17-2017 10:37 PM
DarR Just received the chart courtesy of @Halvdampis
Monster 1200s-15 with termignoni slipon and upmap
01-16-2017 04:58 PM
DarR
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Originally Posted by Halvdampis View Post
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.
01-16-2017 02:35 PM
Halvdampis
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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
01-16-2017 08:36 AM
DarR
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Originally Posted by Halvdampis View Post
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?
01-14-2017 10:36 AM
Halvdampis This is my dyno run. Monster 1200s-15 with termignoni slipon and upmap.
Never mind, can`t upload files as they are to big
01-10-2017 09:09 PM
DarR I received a prompt response for Rapid Bike about regional ECU differences and accordingly it's not an issue.
Here's their response:
Yes there may be some regional differences between the stock ECUs but this is irrelevant to how rapid bike works and makes adjustments so we have had nothing but good success with it, however, this next sentence is absolutely unique to Monster 821/1200 models which is , we can not make any adjustments below 3000 RPM on these particular models, when we do check engine light gets triggered which does not affect in running of the bike... But still when we set up your system we basically make no adjustments below that RPM and in reality below 3000 RPM is pretty useless anyways....
01-09-2017 03:19 PM
DarR @rocroc
Thanks for that. I'm seriously thinking about a RapidBike as well. I have some due diligence to perform as I have learned today from my accessories dealer that European, US and Canadian ECU's may be differently mapped to comply with local EPA regulations. Therefore a European unit may not work well in another region. I'm looking into this now to differentiate between facts and fiction.
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