Evidently a shop dynoed a Brutale in Kuala Lumpur, with BMC and midpipe (I'm not sure which brand of pipe) so it's only a temporary thing until I get my bike on the dyno here in Singapore. They don't have experience with Brutale here, only on an F4, but someone's got to go first I suppose. I heard a shop here blew up the boss' F4 on their dyno. You can understand why I'm not running to dyno this minute. Sorry I don't have a windows laptop to get the map off the pciii.Street Fighter said:Where did your friend get the map for the bike . and who has a dyno that also knows MV
Haha...reminds me of the old days when we were building high performance Chevy's...call to customer - "good news, we hit XXX horsepower on the dyno, bad news - send more money because it blew up!"Street Fighter said:Thanks i live in calif. I also try to stay away from Dynos. They like to rev the piss out of your motor. Can anybody explane mapping.
I didn't know you could get a eprom for Brutale!!! :jsm: Tell us more about it...is there one for the 910 Brutale S? Do you have to change the air filter for the BMC? How much did you pay? Is there a web for ordering? I need it!!!MV NV said:I picked up a MVB02 eprom from Moto One in OZ, pulled off the PCIII, reset the throttle position and synched the butterflies
<giggle> so true!dumbcomputers said:No disrespect, but sportbikes are made to hit redline and take it. If your bike can't handle being rev'ed to the max something is wrong with it.
They're not totally bomb proof you know, here's one that was doing 280kmh, then it wasn't :jsm: :bawling: :ahhh: :ahhh:airfuel said:<giggle> so true!
When was the last time you heard that a bike engine blew?? Rev limiters see that they don't.
Ride the bike like it was meant to be ridden!
I can't even begin to tell you how many trips to the redline my bike has done both on the track and my dyno..... :moped: