The first time it was dynoed it was rich 11-11.5 a/f, 57hp, unknown tq, the carbs and adv. the exhaust cam were the only mods that were changed.On 2007-02-15 23:34, DickBender wrote:
How was it tuned before? If it was running good a/f then 10hp is not achievable unless something else changed airbox? pipes?On 2007-02-15 14:48, bonnieblackinfl wrote:
Not true, I added 10hp with the HSR's alone with my bike.
No sir, I have gutted thrux cans with lolipops in the headers, k&n's, airbox removed, which these mods were in place when I dynoed the 57hp, no other changes but the carbs and adv. the cam. My dyno post. http://www.triumphrat.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=Forum&file=viewtopic&topic=70466&forum=51[addsig]On 2007-02-16 10:17, FattRat wrote:
....wait a minute bonnieblack...
Are you suggesting that WITH THE STOCK CANS, a simple replacement of the carbs netted you an additional 10 hp????? ( ! )
I would be inclined to believe that between an improved intake, K&N air filter, and after-market cans
- and your after-market carbs -
that hp could hover around 67 (SAE or STD?), but that the torque would likely be around 49.
I gotta understand if/how after-market carb's could actually result in gains without doing more work to the engine. I'm sure the performance of an engine is only as strong as it's weakest link. Carb's as a weakest link???