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Re: Fwd: RE: [turbobike] Main jet question

Bryan (bgoodwin@iquest.net)
Fri, 26 Nov 1999 18:21:57 -0500

I don't know if advancing your timing further than stock is a good idea. I
believe the R1 already uses a great deal of advance (like 38+ deg). How can
you be using a fuel injection fuel pump? Almost all efi systems use high
pressure pumps (40-100psi). 

About your boost level, I meant what is your wastegate set for right now?



At 12:07 PM 11/26/99 -0800, RAW ANT wrote:
>Im trying to make as much boost as possible. Mt compression ratio is about
>8.5 to 1 . I've got about 2.5 degrees advance (above stock). Gas pump fuel.
>fuelled by a automobile fuel injection pump (pressure sensitive regulator).
>Im near Sacramento ,ca ,usa     RAW M.... F..... ANT  Received: from
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>14:02:11 -0500 To: rawant@webtv.net (RAW ANT), turbobike@natvideo.com From:
>Bryan  Subject: Re: Fwd: RE: [turbobike] Main jet question In-Reply-To: 
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>owner-turbobike@natvideo.com Precedence: bulk  I would definitely try a
>much larger main jet first. How much timing does an R1 use? How much boost
>are u trying to make? What fuel are you using? Describe your fuel delivery
>system.  Don't run the bike much until you figure this out, you might blow
>it up. Where do you live?      At 10:13 PM 11/25/99 -0800, RAW ANT wrote: >
>  RAW M.... F..... ANT  X-WebTV-Signature: 1
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>>jmausch@collisionanalysis.com Subject: RE: [turbobike] Main jet question
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>>MIME-Version: 1.0 (WebTV)  Yes its my own set up. I weld for a living so I
>>fabbed up a manifold. I then purchased a T2 with  T3 guts. Every thing
>fits >inconspicuously under my fairings, but now the hard part. Tunning.
>Shammar >says my bike should make the same power when off boost, but for
>some reason >its a dog on low end. I wonder if my manifold is to
>restrictive. It may >have something to do with float level. I used the
>stock air box to >pressurize the float bowls carbs and slide vale vents. I
>figure the problem >with boost is either my slides aren't remaining open or
>my main jets are to >small. FEED BACK ENCOURAGED     RAW M.... F..... ANT  
>bgoodwin@iquest.net FZR1000 turbo EFI (aka The Money Pit) 
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