Main Motorcycle: 2010 Street Triple
Join Date: May 2010
Location: Atlanta, GA
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Your front sprocket will skew the readings a bit.
I would HIGHLY recommend hooking up tunecu while you do it. Make passes at multiple throttle positions. Save all the files with the AFR readings to tweak.
If is a dynojet you can get win pep at home if you save all your drf
Remember that the Street has a nice powerband to go with the peak hp, top gear pulling power you can actually use on the street. If you want close to 100 hp at the rear wheel get an Arrow 3-1 with no baffle, and proper map, and you also lose an easy 20 lbs to boot if your wallet can handle it. You might get another hp if you drill a bunch of extra holes in the plastic air intake. - Wayne
Post your AFR.
That s a little less than I expected, but possibly normal for that dyno. Mine did 101 with a little work before the cam swap.... my bone stock Daytona did 106 on the same dyno as a comparison...
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