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sportin_2007
26th December 2006, 23:52
Here's a recent Dyno sheet from a couple base line runs performed when I added the stage 1 EFI upgrades. Upgrades included V&H Straight Shot S/O exhaust, SE Stage 1 EFI A/C, and HD Remap. Results were impressive and the gains were decent considering the altitude i'm at here in Calgary. 3600' above sea level.
http://i119.photobucket.com/albums/o134/mistersixtynine/Dyno.jpg
Picked up over 15hp and 6ft-lbs with HD Remap inclusive. No popping, no farting, and no problems whatsoever. Most of the net pickup is between 4o00-6500 rpm and is quite noticeable.

hybriDatsun350
27th December 2006, 17:31
That baby is making some mad power for a stage I! Damn 07's, haha! :)

Gone
28th December 2006, 05:47
Of course it's noticeable. A 24% gain!

d_dieffenbach
29th December 2006, 13:28
hey sportin i was just wondering how much they charge to do the remap of the efi? your dyno looks great my 04 made 78.4 hp also. that makes me feel a little better when the efi came out i kinda wanted to buy one but now that i see that the efi run about the same as my carbed bike. i was thinking that the new efi would make some more power. they do run a little smoother when they are cold i am sure.

sportin_2007
29th December 2006, 17:32
My invoice is at my office so i'm not 100% sure but recall it being about $175.00 Cdn for the reflash, and they probably had an hour of labour with that as well. The dealer ran the (2) dyno pulls for free as this was the first 2007 EFI bike they had done and that made it a decent deal for me.

The cost of a race tuner is significantly more than a remap (about 3x the cost) so the choice for me was obvious. Also, one should keep in mind that being closer to sea level (like PA) would probably add about 3-4 horsepower than the mountain altitude I'm currently at. I would therefore suspect the EFI bikes are a little more powerful than that of a carbed siblings, but any claim to that would need to be proven at the track next summer to be verified. :)

rharrison356
29th December 2006, 18:56
hey sportin i was just wondering how much they charge to do the remap of the efi? your dyno looks great my 04 made 78.4 hp also. that makes me feel a little better when the efi came out i kinda wanted to buy one but now that i see that the efi run about the same as my carbed bike. i was thinking that the new efi would make some more power. they do run a little smoother when they are cold i am sure.My dealer (Kansas City) is charging 85 per hour for the dyno tuning.

CBAS5
21st January 2007, 20:57
Do you have another copy of the dyno chart with more information? Such as how much smoothing was used and if the correction factor was SAE or STD? And what was the correction factor?

Jimbos883
21st January 2007, 21:11
My dealer (Kansas City) is charging 85 per hour for the dyno tuning.

And your dealer can't deliver the resultsthat his dealer did.

07sporty
21st February 2007, 08:19
I have a 07 1200L also with the vance and hines straightshot s/o with a/c and I got the dyno tuning at my local shop in denver, and i got 78 and 78 even

supercharger
2nd March 2007, 14:08
I have an 05' Custom with a Big sucker, rejet and Cycleshack tapereds.

Mine dyno'd at 77HP and 78.4ftlbs. It would seem a well sorted carb is able to make the same power as the EFI bikes.

Of course, I still have to fiddle with a choke knob :)

bikerbill
4th March 2007, 21:46
You guys beat me. My recent intall of a Bub 2 into 1 along with a NRHS a/c on a 07 1200 only produced 70.65 hp and 77.63 lbs of torque. Prior dyno with only the NRHS a/c produced 62.94 hp and 68.21 lbs of torque. Go figure!

Gone
4th March 2007, 22:49
You guys beat me. My recent intall of a Bub 2 into 1 along with a NRHS a/c on a 07 1200 only produced 70.65 hp and 77.63 lbs of torque. Prior dyno with only the NRHS a/c produced 62.94 hp and 68.21 lbs of torque. Go figure!

But, did you get it tuned, or just run it "as is"?

07sporty
5th March 2007, 08:04
Quote:
Originally Posted by bikerbill
You guys beat me. My recent intall of a Bub 2 into 1 along with a NRHS a/c on a 07 1200 only produced 70.65 hp and 77.63 lbs of torque. Prior dyno with only the NRHS a/c produced 62.94 hp and 68.21 lbs of torque. Go figure!

But, did you get it tuned, or just run it "as is"?that's what I was gonna say. Plus the question is how was it tuned?? b/c I know we could of got a couple more out of mine as well, but we( the dealer and myself, i was there in the tune) decided to go safe power. we had one of the runs where we pushed almost 84torque and 82 hp but we chose to go with a lasting power, and we found that when we got it at 78 and 78 we were pretty satisfied with that. With just some slip on mufflers and air cleaner that is plenty for now.

CBAS5
6th March 2007, 06:50
that's what I was gonna say. Plus the question is how was it tuned?? b/c I know we could of got a couple more out of mine as well, but we( the dealer and myself, i was there in the tune) decided to go safe power. we had one of the runs where we pushed almost 84torque and 82 hp but we chose to go with a lasting power, and we found that when we got it at 78 and 78 we were pretty satisfied with that. With just some slip on mufflers and air cleaner that is plenty for now.

Do you have the dyno shee of the 82/84 run? Those would be some very impressive number from a stage 1 engine.

Gone
6th March 2007, 07:05
Do you have the dyno shee of the 82/84 run? Those would be some very impressive number from a stage 1 engine.

Edging right up on many stage 2's. I'm curious why it was not "safe" and "lasting" power and backed off.

rider29206
6th March 2007, 11:04
You guys beat me. My recent intall of a Bub 2 into 1 along with a NRHS a/c on a 07 1200 only produced 70.65 hp and 77.63 lbs of torque. Prior dyno with only the NRHS a/c produced 62.94 hp and 68.21 lbs of torque. Go figure!

You may want to think about changing pipes.

07sporty
6th March 2007, 20:20
Do you have the dyno shee of the 82/84 run? Those would be some very impressive number from a stage 1 engine.


I can prolly run up to the dealer sometime and try to get the sheet, I know its still in the computer. The reason we backed it off a bit is because of the ridiculous backfires and it smoked when we had it up that high, I think it was pushing in too much fuel for the stage 1 and screaming eagle a/c, and it wasn't even broke in yet so I may go back and re-tune after awhile, I got about 1,700 miles on bike now so it's got plenty of miles to do it again. But now I don't exactly want to pay for the tune again. I get most things pretty cheap at my dealer I get my tuning done for half price.

sportin_2007
11th March 2007, 18:01
You guys beat me. My recent intall of a Bub 2 into 1 along with a NRHS a/c on a 07 1200 only produced 70.65 hp and 77.63 lbs of torque. Prior dyno with only the NRHS a/c produced 62.94 hp and 68.21 lbs of torque. Go figure!

Bill...adding the 2 into 1 pipe is supposed to harness more power, so I am at a loss to figure why you made lower numbers. Did you remap (if so which map module) or did you tune it with a SERF or Fueler. Also, who did the tuning for you cause the numbers are way low and it should do better. Please chime in and let us know.

sportin_2007
11th March 2007, 18:03
I have a 07 1200L also with the vance and hines straightshot s/o with a/c and I got the dyno tuning at my local shop in denver, and i got 78 and 78 even


Good numbers in any case. What tuner did you guys use? Was that SERT tuned or was it a D/L map module that was loaded?

07sporty
12th March 2007, 00:18
It's the screamin eagle race tuner

interfo
26th June 2008, 03:34
Just bought my first motorcycle last week 2007 Sportster XL883. I bought the service manual book and installed V&H Straight Shot S/O exhaust, SE Stage 1 EFI A/C, and the FUELPAK. It sounded loud and smooth with no issue at all. This is a great forum. Thank you for all the good advices and inputs.