- Jan 18, 2018
Damn, lovely day and dry so want a spin but about 10 attempts and cannot get it started. I normally dont touch the throttle at all but if problems, wasn't it a full turn to get it to re learn?
RTFM...!Damn, lovely day and dry so want a spin but about 10 attempts and cannot get it started. I normally dont touch the throttle at all but if problems, wasn't it a full turn to get it to re learn?
I agree for the most part.there's only so much you can do playing around with fueling, timing etc it's a pretty conservative engine design after all.
Your experience with this will help many of us moving forward . The mid range was where most of the gains were made on my bike too going from stock pipes and map to 077 catless shorties. Simon Marshall said 5 HP gains in the middle were what they were seeing at Norton . Thank you for your efforts .What that man said.
The object of the exercise was to try and sort out the starting gremlins, any thing else was a bonus. But looks like some nice mid range gains. Will post data when I receive it.
And doncha think they sound awesome ?This is somewhat off subject but I just installed my Thiel Mortorsport exhaust. I still have the OEM SC ECU map. I installed the Norton OEM decat and the Aprila lamda deletes prior to the Thiel install. That bike had not run in two months but started and idled with minimal throttle help. It seems like the more I unchoke the motor the better it runs. More to come on my Thiel Motorsport thread about the exhaust.
Nice weather conditions the other night so took for a spin. Started fairly easily but quite a bit more fumes from the right hand pipe which is a bit sooty within the end of the can. It was a bit lumpy when slowing down for traffic lights with the clutch in and stalled. Had a little problem starting but fired up but had I not kept blipping the throttle, it would have died on me. Got back home ok but i cant help thinks its running a bit rich. Will have another blast soon.Thumbs up !