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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 06-17-2006, 12:29 PM Thread Starter
 
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910 PCIII and Dyno'd

John T (AirFuel) installed a PCIII and mapped it out on his dyno today. The abrupt on/off throttle response in stop and go traffic is gone (I tried it out in a parking lot). Keep in mind that the "before" dyno run was done with the MV Corse inox headers and midpipe already installed (done at the 600 mile service). John got 120hp at the rear wheel. Not bad! John, thanks again, it was very interesting to watch.
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beautifully linear lines!!

congrats on having a smooth off/on throttle now, that makes life a whole lot easier.

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120hp??? Nice!!!!!!!

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and the HUGE lower triple clamp. that thing is braced like king-kong at at a bondage party.
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I so need to do this.... bit fecked off that a 12.5K motorcycle comes out of the factory with a fuel map drawn by a two year old......

If it were a Ferrari the owners just would not put up with it, why do we??????????????????????????????
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^^ Because we're not elitest assholes. That, and the fact that we didn't pay $250K for it :laughing

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Don't blame MV.

Many bikes today do this. The new "bike of the year", the Yamaha FZ1 is becoming one of the worst. After all the articles praising the bike, they are now reporting very bad "abrupt" throttle actions and very bad on/off response.

Many Harleys are stalling at intersections, and run terrible at part throttle/low speed running.

And remember the BMW surging problem that never existed?

Just thank your lucky stars the problem is easily fixed.

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Another things is for all the different bikes, their pipes with the factory EPROM/chips, or the maps that is supplied with the Power commander, supposely designed for your bike/pipe combination, they don't really work that well, the only way to optimize and refine the power and its delivery is to have a good Dyno tech to custom map your bike.

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Another things is for all the different bikes, their pipes with the factory EPROM/chips, or the maps that is supplied with the Power commander, supposely designed for your bike/pipe combination, they don't really work that well, the only way to optimize and refine the power and its delivery is to have a good Dyno tech to custom map your bike.
You are right, over the years we tried so many combinations (EPROMs, adjusting the co adjuster..) and played around with different exhausts, all to no avail. Fitting power commanders and getting a custom map on a dyno is the only way to get your MV running perfect. No MV is the same as another, even when we tried a perfect custom map off one of our 750's on another 750 it wasn't right.

Most cars have o2 sensors and the ECU adjusts the fueling automatically, shame Dynojet don't develop a power commander that has an o2 sensor which attaches to the exhaust oulet and automatically adjusts the pc map on the move detecting air/fuel ratio, this way you can change exhausts with no worries and have a perfect map 24/7.
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Are you guys finding the same with the 910R or is the on/off throttle respone problems only with the 910S?
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Wow, smooth curves
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