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Re: R1150R Techlusion questions
- Subject: Re: R1150R Techlusion questions
- From: Bob Hadden <kbhadden@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2005 13:17:59 -0500
I think Don's statement below confirms what I said rather than being a
disagreement. The results from the Techlusion are variable and I
haven't worked with it to know why. I think it is also unfortunate
that results of tuning efforts have been variable for different bikes
and tuners. See Tom Brown's post for more detail on that. By the way,
you can take comments from Tom Brown and Don MacQueen to the bank.
What it boils down to for Peter is that he can make his bike run well.
It might take a lot, or a little effort, but it can be done.
On Jan 26, 2005, at 10:10 AM, Don MacQueen wrote:
> I probably couldn't disagree more with Bob's assessment. That doesn't
> mean I'm right and he's wrong, I just don't agree. *Nothing*
> eliminated the surge on my RS. It got better, but it never went away,
> not with valve adjustment, zero=zero, plug change, nothing. I scored
> the Techlusion unit from a buyer who never installed it, and short of
> some skinned knuckles, the installation wasn't bad. With no fine
> tuning of the Techlusion unit, the bike pulls stronger at all RPMs,
> and there is no perceptible surging. The only problem I have is that
> the transition from off throttle is a bit abrupt, but once I get off
> my a** and fine tune it with a digital meter, I'm sure that will go
> away. Mileage remains in the mid 40s in normal use, upper 30s if I'm
> misbehaving, but I think that will improve with fine tuning as well.
> YMMV, but of all the mods I've made on this bike, that would probably
> be the last one I gave up.
> Don MacQueen, Shelby NC
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