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Gents,

Just bought and installed the Dynojet ignition module and quickshifter kit for my 08 and thought I'd pass on some info about it. A little backround on the bike first; BMC Street filter, PowerCommander III USB, Yoshi R-77 full system, dynojet tune prevoiusly installed + now the ignition module and quickshifter.

The quickshifter requires buying Dynojets rods 'A' and 'C' which then need to be cut. I took 6 premarked sections off the 'A' rod and one off the 'C' to get the shifter in the correct position. Aside from that, I just routed to wiring harness to the tail section of the bike.

The Ignition module required removing the tank cover, flipping back the fuel tank, and removing the entire airbox assembly. Not too difficult at all. Then, it was as simple as pulling back a rubber protector on top of the engine, plugging the Dynojet harness into the stock ignition harness, and another connector into the stock crank sensor. 3 plugs with the harness's in the tail section and it was complete.

There is no map on the ignition module and the shifter module was factory set to engage at 4000K rpm and higher. Driving this thing is just awesome!!! I absolutely love it!! I havent had a chance to thoroughly flog it, but this kit is just so impressive how simple, and accurately it works. Every shift feels like butter. There is no stuttering, popping, or stalling at all. Just smooth shifts everytime.

I was a little hesitant about purchasing this but after talking to a buddy with an R1 who has it, I took the dive. I think anyone would be more than pleased with the installation and performance of these products.
 

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Did you add the values to the IM to get rid of the ignition retard yet? If you haven't, then you should.
 

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are you talking about adding it with a computer? because i read that on the instructions and i didnt get it
also i loaded the taylor made map so do i need to change up some stuff
i have the pcv with the irc
 

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The taylormade map already has the timing adjustment made. So you don't have to adjust the ignition map.

OOps, just saw you have the IRC too. You will probably want to either remove the IRC, or zero out the adjustments to the ignition map. They are both adding timing, and it could be too much. You would also need to adjust the fuel maps for the IRC.

If you don't feel comfortable messing with the maps using a PC, your safest bet for now would be to remove the IRC.
 

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are you talking about adding it with a computer? because i read that on the instructions and i didnt get it
also i loaded the taylor made map so do i need to change up some stuff
i have the pcv with the irc
The taylormade map already has the timing adjustment made. So you don't have to adjust the ignition map.
The TM map does have the IM adjustments if you are using a PCIII and IM. But, ThejollyrogeRR has a PCV and IRC, so there wouldn't be any IM settings to adjust as he doesn't have one.
 

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I didn't catch that there were 2 posters asking completely different questions in one thread.

BacnBlak, the taylormade maps have the ignition timing adjusted already.

ThejollyrogeRR, you need to adjust the fuel map settings on your PCV, follow the IRC instructions. If you don't get it, take it to someone who does. You really need to do this, otherwise the bike will run very lean.
 

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Thanks for the info brads955. That taylormade map work fine with the yoshi system?
 

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I still had the two posters confused regarding what pipe they had.

BacnBlak I'd use the Yosh PC maps, and if they don't have any changes in the ignition map, then tweak the ignition map only to what the taylormade has.
 

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I smell what your steppin in brad. I am using the Yoshi tune but it offers nothing for the ignition map. All stock there. I will check that Taylormade out for the ignition map...

Thanks fellas
 

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I smell what your steppin in brad. I am using the Yoshi tune but it offers nothing for the ignition map. All stock there. I will check that Taylormade out for the ignition map...

Thanks fellas
From what I remember, the TM map has +5 from 10,000-13,500 at 100% throttle in the IM table.
HardRacing and DynojetResearch posted in a couple of other threads to add +6 from 10,000-13,500 at 100% and +5 from 10,750-13,500 at 80% throttle in the IM table. You may want to try doing this as this is from continued research on DynoJet's part.
Here is one of the links:
http://www.1000rr.net/forums/showpost.php?p=1409444&postcount=57
 

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I would be hesitant to use that map. It is doing WAY more than just getting rid of the timing retard. The WOT timing is good, and the 90% timing is acceptable, but to do that, they jack the 80% throttle timing way up.

Plus, they are adding boatloads of timing outside of the RPM range where the timing retard is happening.

In the IRC thread, they posted results with the IM compared to other options, and I pointed out what appears to be a slight dip in HP outside of the timing retard range on the IM graph. This could be the result of the excessive timing.

Plus, they are adding boatloads of timing outside of the RPM range where the timing retard is happening.

Who actually developed these settings? I can't remember if Dynojet did it, or it was something developed by a customer.
 
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