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Discussion Starter · #145 ·
starting to come together again, have some time being devoted to it ..



better view with steering damper mount --had a hard time finding something that would work


better pic of Ohlins damper on steering damper mount


cant see where you mounted those 2 clamps from TKRP for the ohlins damper
I didn't use them. There was no need with this mount.
 

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Bike is at Bauce Racing getting tuned ...few quick things about FT ECU vs Woolich .. don't do Flash Tune !!! Major limitations for our hondas with FT base maps which are pig rich / FT doesn't allow for increased redline / FT doesn't allow to eliminate the deceleration enrichment factor ..plus Flash tune doesn't have a community of maps that can be shared ( I think this is true ).

I think the main point that chaps my ass is that once you use Flash Tune on your ecu, it's not compatible with Woolich anymore -- even if you restore the ECU to stock or send back to FT directly to be restored at their HQ -- it's not "guarantied" to work with Woolich -- which has much more flexibility and with Woolich you can clear all your error codes. Flash Tune ( on their website now ) has a comment on our hondas that there is a known bug in their software. This disclaimer wasn't listed months ago when I initially looked :(

(**Please note, we are currently working on correcting a known software bug with this particular model**)

oh well ..anyways, video below of the SP2 going through some runs with Anthony on the dyno at Bauce Racing in Franklin, NJ.


https://www.instagram.com/p/Bo9-6n5g8J9/?hl=en&taken-by=death_cbr_sp2
 

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I speculate 165rwhp 100% USA stock, 185rwhp stock internals with cleaned up intake, race exhaust and appropriate ignition & fuel map.

I speculate 200rwhp+ with the cams and tune :)

Numbers aside, the bike already feels as light on its feet as 250 once it gets moving, so any extra power will simply make it faster. :)

this is about spot on :)
 

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ok ... took the bike to Bauce Racing ..they spent some time providing some Dyno love to the SP2 .. the results are below. In the dynos -- the base line is basically a standard flash, the middle graph is pump tune, and the top graph is with MR12. I provide 2 dynos, the highest is STD with smoothing factor @ 5 and the lower graph is SAE with smoothing factor @5.

Anthony did a great job at Bauce Racing -- I highly recommend him -- he took alot of time making the FT program to work given numerous issues with software. He actually recommended I ditch the FT flashed ECU and get a new OEM and use Woolich. BIG thanks to MDEANNY for helping with the build and providing guidance / recommendations on the setup. Numbers tell the tale of the tape.


ENJOY !!!





tire usage from the dyno


Anthony next to the CBR 1000RR


STD correction factor


SAE correction factor


STD number


SAE numbers
 

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The bike turned out very well. It was a long road from that first phone call in March 2017 when we spoke about whether the SP2 was even real :grin2:

Glad it has turned out as well as it did - which I think is fantastic considering every thing we have done with the SP2 has been ground breaking and outside of a few race teams has not been successfully pulled off before now.

HOLY CRAP! Wish my bike had that much power to the ground.


Edit: No I don't because I would die
Actually, if you have the proper HRC authored ETV tables from the Euro SP2 you will have 5 discrete power profiles ranging from P1 100% power "Holy Crap!" aggressive mode to P5 85% power Wet Mode "Pussycat" mild mode..

I would be inclined to just tootle around in P5 and ride it like a 750... a 170 wheel hp 750 >:)
 
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