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Too bad about putting a carb on it. Certainly doable, but I think it would be way cooler to put 07-up XL Delphi EFI on it and a Dynojet Power Vision, since you already have a crank sensor. That way you could also utilize the auto tune features.

Also, you may want to add a bit more clearance between the rear rocker box and shock mount. The motor moves a bit in vibration because of the isolator design, and if you ever have a rear isolator fail in particular, you will have some serious contact there. Also, the tab on the frame behind the shock needs to go as well, or it will hit and bind the shock. The shock moves back and forth a few inches during travel, because of the pitch and design. You will need to account for this during your fabrication process as well.
EFI sucks ;-)
I made more clearance at the shochmount. I also had to grind i bit of the heads cooling ribs to clear the frame. The XB heads have a bit different disign than de TS heads.
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I felt that way too, until I learned to tune and utilize the advantages of EFI . Besides the better atomization and finite tuning abilities of EFI, you also have the advantage of adding fuel to the mix much later and closer to the combustion chambers, keeping its weight out of the air longer and allowing the air to build higher velocity.
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The wheel is being bored this week. I found a 65t pulley and i ordered the bearings and bushings. All for under 150 USD
Wow, grats. I stand corrected .
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My M2 did 100.1hp en 120Nm on the wheel with a carb. Thing ran like hell.
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Still have to fit it all, but should work...
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Oh, carb works perfectly well. But a good fuel injection system will perform as good, usually better. That is a stout M2. My Uly only made 76 RWHP on the NRHS dyno stock, and 2 other Ulys performed similarly on the same dyno with just exhaust and ECM (75 and 80 RWHP). The last build I did on the Uly though made 104 on the same dyno. I have yet to break in and tune the current build to see what it will do.
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Today i was ready to fire up the bike, but no spark from the TC88a. Is there anyway of testing the TC88a? I've checked the wiring multiple times and everything is wired correctly.
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Today i was ready to fire up the bike, but no spark from the TC88a. Is there anyway of testing the TC88a? I've checked the wiring multiple times and everything is wired correctly.
Do you have the MAP sensor in place?
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Yes i have. Just tested the CPS did 4Volts AC.
Won't it work with a defective MAP sensor?
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Still no spark. Had a crane firebaal coil 2x3 Ohm. Replaced it with a 0.5 Ohm coil. Still no spark :-(
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