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post #61 of 115 Old 11-10-2012, 06:35 PM
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I hear ya man! What are they thinking the cause of the overheating is?
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And what sprockets are you running?
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I hear ya man! What are they thinking the cause of the overheating is?
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And what sprockets are you running?
Im pretty sure its a head gasket. I would have replaced my self is something so simple but i want them to re tune it and also check for other major issues. I switch around sometimes im -1 +1 and sometimes im stock front +1 in the rear

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Im pretty sure its a head gasket. I would have replaced my self is something so simple but i want them to re tune it and also check for other major issues. I switch around sometimes im -1 +1 and sometimes im stock front +1 in the rear

Why the switch?
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Why the switch?
Well as it sat now with a blown head gasket (if thats the issue) i could be making less power than it originally made on the dyno. But with +1 in the rear it pops up hard sometimes in 2nd when i punch it. You can only imagine how much worse my wheelie issues are with -1 +1, but i switch because the -1+1 is a fun setup and its extremely quick! go through gears way to fast lol My buiilder is tuning the bike tomorrow (so he says) to see why its over heating and i think to see what its making. So well see if its still at 189whp pump and 199whp race gas. But if its lower then ill definitely have to go back to stock teeth in front and rear in order to keep the wheel down.

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Haha yea I was wondering just that.. I could only imagine how tough it would be to keep the wheel down with that -1,+1 lol
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Oh keep us updated on what you come up with tuning wise, as well as troubleshooting wise!
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Oh keep us updated on what you come up with tuning wise, as well as troubleshooting wise!
i definitely will, still havent heard from him yet. He's pretty busy so its possible he wont get to it today.

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Definitively good read.

How much do you think it would pick up with the HRC ecu? Any idea how the cams were degreed?

Why did you pick the cams you did?

Great read again and I loved the racing with the lambo and supra.
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Definitively good read.

How much do you think it would pick up with the HRC ecu? Any idea how the cams were degreed?

Why did you pick the cams you did?

Great read again and I loved the racing with the lambo and supra.
Thanks! With the HRC SBK ecu i would easily be in the 200's. I couldnt say exactly where i would be at exactly but changing some timing could definitely help me pick up some more power. For Cam info id have to go find the paper for that info. I just chose this certain grind for my cam because its designed for top end power. So Where i would normally lose the mid range i picked it back up with the +2 pistons. So i wanted power in all ranges low,mid,top

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