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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 09-14-2019, 11:40 AM
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Wait a sec doesnt removing the snorkels mess up the power band? On my RC51 you could install shorter or longer ones and it will move the power band around a bit.
my bike was custom mapped after fitting filter/header/silencers, and picked up 12bhp at the back wheel. Its smooth and linear and much softer throttle response than OE. No power band as such. I did not experiment with/without intake snorkels on their own so cant comment on any effect they have other than noise

To save confusion by "intake snorkel" I mean the plastic tubes that fit on the OE airbox and just point towards the front mesh vents ....not throttle body intake tubes. Essentially you then have a larger hole either side on the airbox versus more restricted tubes....

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To save confusion by "intake snorkel" I mean the plastic tubes that fit on the OE airbox and just point towards the front mesh vents ....not throttle body intake tubes. Essentially you then have a larger hole either side on the airbox versus more restricted tubes....
My comments were about throttle body stacks, so my apologies for the confusion there.
What MV do you have and where did you go for mapping?

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Yeah I thought you were talking about the intake runners. I didn't know you can remove the tank inlets.

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Yeah I thought you were talking about the intake runners. I didn't know you can remove the tank inlets.
Yeah they are just the bent rubber pipes, I think its done mostly for noise and the induction roar is much more angry sounding

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My comments were about throttle body stacks, so my apologies for the confusion there.
What MV do you have and where did you go for mapping?

Its a 2015 1090RR, with 151bhp at back wheel, prob 170bhp crank ish

mapped by Hilltop motorcycles http://hilltopmotorcycles.co.uk/

Wish i had found them in the first place as I had tried a couple of other methods first. Its never run so well, smoother than standard.
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Excellent, thanks for that! They are in Hinckley which isn't a million miles away from me, unlike my usual luck!
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Excellent, thanks for that! They are in Hinckley which isn't a million miles away from me, unlike my usual luck!
I used the same place after fitting Fresco exhaust and MWR intake kit; got 110 at the wheel (125 crank?) on a Stradale. Runs perfectly. Getting a Silmoto header next year - good thing about the Hilltop ECU tune is it automatically adapts to all bolt on mods.

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