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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-16-2014, 07:20 PM Thread Starter
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dynotune brutale 1090r

Just installed the pcv and dynotune it I already had arrow pro racing exhaust baseline was 130hp after tune hp is 139.5.with stock filter and she's running fine..next is quick shifter and bmc race filter ...any thoughts
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That is spot on ,My Mates 1090rr pulled 134 hp at the wheel so you are doing well.his is 2010 model
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Just installed the pcv and dynotune it I already had arrow pro racing exhaust baseline was 130hp after tune hp is 139.5.with stock filter and she's running fine..next is quick shifter and bmc race filter ...any thoughts
Thoughts? You should do ALL mods BEFORE dyno tune.

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absolutely correct ,you alter anything after ,and your A/f will alter.
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Thoughts? You should do ALL mods BEFORE dyno tune.
+1, unless you get free dyno time. The BMC filter performance gain is going to be barely noticeable. For me anyway, I would be throwing money away.

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Thoughts? You should do ALL mods BEFORE dyno tune.
Well I'm gonna let my dyno guy install everything so he can make adjustment ..not sure what air filter is best tho. Notice bmc has different types as well as mvr filters or how bout k&n
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Reason being after tune with power commander with stock filter at idle seems choking and running to rich
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Reason being after tune with power commander with stock filter at idle seems choking and running to rich
If it's been "tuned" it should not be rich or lean.
I agree a filter sometimes is a good addition to a build but in some cases the stock filter actually produces the best HP. I'm not sure if a filter adds power in your case. It seems that not a lot have tried it.

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