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Whos coming out with an inline intercooler? I would be all about that depending on how it goes together....

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Playing with the timing will be my last resort. That dip is in all of my graphs. It seems that the more power I make, the more pronounced it becomes. Ricky Gadson's dyno graph did the same exact thing in his video where he installed the SC stage II on a 2016 H2 and poured in MR12. Additionally, he added timing with the Woolich flash.

Gadson had that pronounced dip with the stock exhaust. The bike he used in initial testing didn't show a dip in power up.

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Ok just got back from the dyno.... it went real good. So I had not cat a Guhl flash and a DNA filter and was like 243HP and now I've added the top gear, Spirit filter, and the power commander timing module and took out -3..... we wound up adding in about 12 to 15% more fuel and she's now is making 256.8 so all and all it was a good day. These numbers are on a real tight dyno also.

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Ok just got back from the dyno.... it went real good. So I had not cat a Guhl flash and a DNA filter and was like 243HP and now I've added the top gear, Spirit filter, and the power commander timing module and took out -3..... we wound up adding in about 12 to 15% more fuel and she's now is making 256.8 so all and all it was a good day. These numbers are on a real tight dyno also.
That's healthy man. Is your rev limit still at 14,250?
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Yes smooth as can be the entire way up..... we adjusted the timing up and down to see if it made any difference. The best setting was .3 out after 6500 RPMs.....

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Yes smooth as can be the entire way up..... we adjusted the timing up and down to see if it made any difference. The best setting was .3 out after 6500 RPMs.....
Great work!
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Thanks Nate!!!

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Thanks Nate!!!
I'd love to see your graph. If you don't want to post it, would you mind sharing it with me at turbo329@gmail.com?
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I'd love to see your graph. If you don't want to post it, would you mind sharing it with me at turbo329@gmail.com?
Doesn't matter to me.... this was the second to the last run. Our last run we bumped up to 256.8HP and we stopped.....
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Very nice!


Just some observations:
There's no more real power gain after 13,500rpm. Are you still going to keep all of that over-rev?
This is one of the reasons I keep my limiter at 13.5k. When you shift you'll still be near the peak torque.

Did you go with the P8 or the P16 Sprint filter?

It seems that your top end gets a little broken up as well. ....right before the limiter. It's a common trend on these bikes even with the advanced ignition timing that you're running. So it's not a timing issue.
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