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Cooler air is denser, ergo has more Oxygen molekyles that can combine with the hydro-carbones in the fuel. Thatīs why you run inter-coolers on turbos.
Iīm not saying you can push more volume in there, thatīs the job of the cams, heads etc. Still 13/13.5 AFR will be the limit because to much fuel will start messing up the burn. Alcohol is a different ball-game though, it cools much better and can run way richer.
I donīt know anything about this bike, I just wanted to give some input on what a tuner can do just by adding fuel and also his limitations. Itīs all about finding the right tune for the mechanical limitations for that engine, like cams, exhaust, induction and combustion-chamber.
If one read between my lines, what Iīm actually are saying is that this guy canīt do anything that has not been done on all the other good tuned bikes out there.
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Haters guna hate but my 02 883R with just ac/2-1 exhaust/re-jet cv40 pulled almost 72 hp to the wheels, pulls strong to about eight thousand...

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Haters guna hate but my 02 883R with just ac/2-1 exhaust/re-jet cv40 pulled almost 72 hp to the wheels, pulls strong to about eight thousand...

I don't see any hating going on here...just being realistic. Put up some 1/8-1/4 mile time slips to go with that dyno slip and I'll show you where you are wrong.
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I don't see any hating going on here...just being realistic. Put up some 1/8-1/4 mile time slips to go with that dyno slip and I'll show you where you are wrong.
I would but when I go to the track I'm so fast the timing lights can't gauge how fast I'm going.
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I would but when I go to the track I'm so fast the timing lights can't gauge how fast I'm going.
That's exactly what I thought... Face the facts...there are no miracle 883's out there. These are just machines with basic limitations which are well known. From now on any claims on my part will be backed up with timeslips.
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Haters guna hate but my 02 883R with just ac/2-1 exhaust/re-jet cv40 pulled almost 72 hp to the wheels, pulls strong to about eight thousand...

We must have the same dyno guy..my bike is completly stock, but I did chrome everything..

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Haters guna hate but my 02 883R with just ac/2-1 exhaust/re-jet cv40 pulled almost 72 hp to the wheels, pulls strong to about eight thousand...

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