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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 06-07-2013, 12:14 PM Thread Starter
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Dyno in far north/west

I guess i am quite out of touch that i need to post this. But...I need a dyno that has a cool operator/owner. I don't need a tuner or a expert just a good 02 sniffer. I just need to put the turbo bike on it and do about 8 pulls in different ranges. Then let it cool (it can come off the dyno) then i will make some adjustments with my own computer and the bike can go back on for a few more pulls. I am up in the wauconda area and don't have time to go far.
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Call Ion or Donny at Performance Cycle and Dyno.

http://www.pcd-1.com/

He is directly west of you in Harvard. They are the perfect shop for what you want to do.

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Thanks, On paper he looks like he is just what i need!
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I thought you sold that turbo triumph........

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I go to him for basic work since 07 and he's never done me wrong. I would suggest calling and speaking with Alex about what you want to do. Hope it helps

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+1 for fornerelli. He has a lot of experience with turbo bikes.
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I thought you sold that turbo triumph........
No, I was thinking about it. but i just rolled it to the back of the garage while i was working my ass of the last 3 years.(900 miles in 3 years) Now i have some time to play so its getting a little TLC and a new fuel managment system. All the work is done i just need a retune. It has abase tune that i did mathmaticly so the bike is rideable now.
I spoke with Donny yesterday and he seems to be exactly what i am looking for. I dont need a "turbo expert" or someone who has done a lot of turbo bikes. I just need a dyno where they will let me do the work. I tuned it in 05 and it went 20,000 miles without a hiccup. I would like it tune my way again.
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I would sell it now for the right price if anyone wants it.
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I would sell it now for the right price if anyone wants it.
PM me "right price"

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Call Ion or Donny at Performance Cycle and Dyno.

http://www.pcd-1.com/

He is directly west of you in Harvard. They are the perfect shop for what you want to do.

Ion did a great job on the bike, I am very happy with the level of service and the care he put into it. Even more so with how much he let me stick my nose into his process. I would hand the bike off to this crew anytime.
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Please post up results, I love that bike!

Odd question, the bike was tuned before and it did well. What happened to that tune? Or did you change components on the bike?
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Please post up results, I love that bike!

Odd question, the bike was tuned before and it did well. What happened to that tune? Or did you change components on the bike?
I think he added a turbo for every exhaust port .
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Please post up results, I love that bike!

Odd question, the bike was tuned before and it did well. What happened to that tune? Or did you change components on the bike?
The old computer that i had made to get it to run was out of date and failing so i changed the bike to a power commander v an added on boost sensor. Then i converted the tune in the old system long hand to the PCV. So it needed a tune at the 2% or 60% throttle positions and a quick pass at low boost to check where it was at. We never turned the boost above 6lbs or went above 8000 RPM's. No sense on beating on the bike, I can tune that myself once i have the baseline we did. It made 139hp at 6# of boost and 8000 rpm's. I can run 12lbs to 10,000 rpms of boost so do the math
It is also having some duty cycle issues that i am not liking. I think it has to do with the fact that i used a rocket III PCV and hard wired it in. (speed triple PCV did not do what i wanted it to do) So i need to call dyno jet and figure that out.

But she runs like a raped ape now. I rode it to work today and am haing quite a bit of fun with her even at only 8lbs of boost.

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