Good to hear you are making progress John, you would not think that would be the problem looking at the oscilloscope output!
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Great Job John....... Glad to Hear You gotter Licked Bro!
Maj750 wrote:So the cam trailing edge needs to be before the crank rising edge not the trailing ??
So the cam trailing edge needs to be before the crank rising edge not the trailing ??
That appears to be the case Greg. I thought it had to be before the start of the trailing edge myself.
I can't be 100% certain that this is the case, but I am fairly sure. I have some other combinations of crank position and cam pin configuration that I will try to put together in an email for future reference.
All of the combos that had the trailing edge of the cam before the start of the rise crank #1 pulse started. The only one that would not start was the original one. It is very close.
One other thing tonote is that a GSXR1k cam sensor in a gen1 cover needs to have the wires oriented to the left , otherwise, it stays high and goes low on the pin trigger. This had nothing to do with it not running, only a verification last night when switching from gen2 to gen1 covers.
sportbikeryder wrote:7.996 yesterday in testing. It wouldnt take over 20psi boost. I think it may have been a boosr limit issue. 1st rnd qual in about an hour.
7.996 yesterday in testing. It wouldnt take over 20psi boost. I think it may have been a boosr limit issue. 1st rnd qual in about an hour.
Very Nice John!!!! If You don't mind, I might PM you on the Other Site for some TURBO Help? I have Been REALLY thinking Hard about going to a Turbo Setup! Tired of Filling Bottles lol
smithabusa wrote:Do it man, just do it :) once you go turbo you will wonder why you didn't do it years ago. and why everything else in life sucks so much lol
Do it man, just do it :) once you go turbo you will wonder why you didn't do it years ago. and why everything else in life sucks so much lol
lol Thanks Greg. It's just I have ALWAY'S Had Nitrous Platforms(Cars & Bikes) and I'm Completely Dumb when it Comes to Boost!
Not Mention I'm on the Ole "Family" Budget, So I would like to Piece a Kit together & Do everything Myself(Just don't have the $$$ up front for a 4,000 Kit). Plus I feel with doing it this way, it FORCES Me to learn Quicker(The Hard way or Not?)
Whats a Good Turbo to Start out with? Say Something that will do 250-300hp and still be Ride-able on the Street?
Good improvement John!
7.78 was the best ET of this past weekend and my best to date... that was driving through the clutch from taking a touch too much weight off of it (.014" wear on one pass). It did stay down though. Got it over the 150mph mark in the 1/8th. First round Eliminations I added two washers to the clutch arms when I should have added 1. It lifted from the hit, I had to back out, but then, since I new I was going on the trailer, I grabbed the "add even more boost" button. How about 194.27 through the traps!
Time to test out the 5 bar sensor....3 bar was flat lined pretty early in the run. I tune very rich so it was still ok out the back, but starting to cross the line on fueling since it stopped adding more fuel once the sensor maxed out.
09 busa.????? now what....still got what it takes.......!
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smithabusa wrote:killer mph John! Have any videos?
killer mph John! Have any videos?
I don't have any. I might need to get a Go Pro or something.
Thanks Marc. I have the power, now I just need to use it earlier.
Great job John :)
I need to get a motor and charge cooler built...lots of new changes to implement for next season...
Maj750 wrote:LOL and here i am about to loose the intercooler on the new liner project ,just run straight methanol with one extra injector in the up pipe for cooling
LOL and here i am about to loose the intercooler on the new liner project ,just run straight methanol with one extra injector in the up pipe for cooling
The injectors in the up pipe work well. There is at least one very competitive bike in the US dragracing that is doing that with gasoline. Cools the charge very well. Alcohol will cool it even more.
I've learned alot this year in racing. Especially about what it DOESN'T take to run an extremely competitive prostreet number.
I just paid for another set of cases. I think I am going to gather up everything I need and build 2 moors at a time. That way I have a fall back when one goes south next season....I am pretty sure one is going to go south...
I would like to convert my hayabusa powered car from GEN1 to GEN2 electronics. According what I have read and understood on this post, this swap has already been done successfully on different bikes.
I have the following parts from a GEN2 busa: full harness and its ECU, throttle bodies, all sensors except camshaft position sensor. I don't have the cluster gauge but I use actually a race technology dash 2 as dashboard. I can also buy a GEN2 stator/rotor if needed but I would prefer to machine the GEN1 rotor if possible.
I would like to keep the GEN1 valve cover so I will need a GSXR1k cam sensor with the wires oriented to the left. My question is concerning the need or not of an offset cam pin with a GEN1 busa valve cover and GSXR cam sensor? If yes, does the offset pin made by Brock is OK ?
What are the other mods necessary before to make a custom map on dyno ?
Thanks for your help. Jérémy
Had the bike on the dyno yesterday. Had a few issues, including a battery that decided it would rather exist as a bunch of smoke rather than an actual battery. I didn't get to tune as much as i wanted due to the electrical issue, but all in all I am happy with the results.
There is an issue causing the torque to nose over fairly abruptly, but should be able to get it worked out.
Good numbers John :)
Well done John, that ET is coming down :)
Can you shoot me an Email had few questions for you.
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