All that for 3 HP
kc at brgracing.com
Sat Jun 28 09:23:23 PDT 2008
<but sounds like cam timing is off. Is there an
<Exhaust analyzer available to check mixture>
Randy is right....
YES cam timing is OFF. Jay used to work with me here. He moved to Tampa.
I'll get a hold of him if you like and see if he can look at the bike. Jay
is very good with cam timing. I know he can help.
Your going down the rabbit hole with the back pressure stuff. You need to
look at the cam timing. If you can do a compression test leak down and check
the valve adjustment and let me know what they are. And like I said get on a
factory pro dyno. Orlando is not that far from Tampa. It will be worth the
trip. The fact the guy who has the factory dyno bought one shows he knows
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KC at brgracing.com
From: Randy Grein [mailto:randygrein at comcast.net]
Sent: Saturday, June 28, 2008 8:55 AM
To: Suzuki SV650 Mailing List
Subject: Re: All that for 3 HP
KC may know more, but sounds like cam timing is off. Is there an
exhaust analyzer available to check mixture?
Randy Grein, WMRRA #41
On Jun 28, 2008, at 1:05 AM, matthew patton wrote:
> so another run today on the DJ250i, and the only change was I leaned
> stuff out across the board. the motor climbs thru the RPMs VERY fast.
> But laying the trace over Holeshot's data they publish for their pipe
> and also stock, I now supposedly make the same power as his carb and
> pipe setup; namely 70HP. (yes, I know I'm comparing donuts to
> But absolute numbers aside, what struck me was that I'm missing
> some 3-4ft/lbs worth and even a deficit over stock all the way to 8000
> RPM. But even more interesting is where my motor makes power vs both a
> stock and Holeshot bike. Stock peaks at 8500 or so and starts to fall
> off quickly. Holeshot max power starts from 8500 and goes all the way
> to 9500 RPM. Mine doesn't even START till 9000 RPM and then stays very
> close to max till the rev limiter kicks in.
> So basically the torque deficit and the power coming on at high RPM
> implies to me that I am lacking back pressure. Next up, corking up the
> can some how and doing some more runs. any ideas on what to use aside
> from some duct tape and some metal shim stock?
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