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Old Sep 12th 2014, 10:10 AM   #41
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A monumental day for me today - first time ever turned over and apparently VERY LOUD. All good so far. Steve has really done some magic with the ECU - combining all the good bits of the SL and super stock ECU's - some 300+ maps apparently. Not many in the world that can do that. So anyone going to him for work - make sure you give him the respect he deserves.

Off to dyno she goes.

Just awaiting short throttle, battery bracket and HEL brake lines and then she will be complete. Not long now, tick tock.

Some pics - first is weight of tank with foam, pump and cap.... not bad eh? Second is Ti pipes coloured after start, third with carbon heat protection under rear subframe.
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Old Sep 12th 2014, 10:29 AM   #42
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so you're gonna rip up badovini and davis nex year in wsbk?
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Old Sep 12th 2014, 10:33 AM   #43
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Stunning! My pipes started turning blue after 30sec of turning over,give it a few trackdays and the whole system should be blue.

Ur gonna love the 'bang' on every up-shift as the Superstock ecu doesnt give a hoot about emissions or overfueling. I shift when passing a car on purpose just to see drivers duck or shit their pants
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Stunning! My pipes started turning blue after 30sec of turning over,give it a few trackdays and the whole system should be blue.

Ur gonna love the 'bang' on every up-shift as the Superstock ecu doesnt give a hoot about emissions or overfueling. I shift when passing a car on purpose just to see drivers duck or shit their pants
I almost shat my own suit the first time I grabbed an upshift on the SL! It was LOUD! Then I started having fun with it like you mention! I say do it in the name of safety so cars know where you are lol...
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Originally Posted by mygreenalien View Post
A monumental day for me today - first time ever turned over and apparently VERY LOUD. All good so far. Steve has really done some magic with the ECU - combining all the good bits of the SL and super stock ECU's - some 300+ maps apparently. Not many in the world that can do that. So anyone going to him for work - make sure you give him the respect he deserves.

Off to dyno she goes.

Just awaiting short throttle, battery bracket and HEL brake lines and then she will be complete. Not long now, tick tock.

Some pics - first is weight of tank with foam, pump and cap.... not bad eh? Second is Ti pipes coloured after start, third with carbon heat protection under rear subframe.
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Old Sep 15th 2014, 10:56 AM   #46
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Dyno and engine mapping Wednesday.......
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Old Sep 16th 2014, 10:41 AM   #47
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Well, here she is with proud builder Baz ready for the dyno tomorrow. They report it's like wheeling a push bike around. Weight with 3 kilos of fuel in 153.8kg (but need to add front brake lines and some brake fluid). So target of 150kg very nearly met. Steve tells me she gonna need some holding onto...... no kidding!
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Old Sep 16th 2014, 01:04 PM   #48
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Sorry, I did not keep track on this post. Why TERMIGNONI?
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Old Sep 16th 2014, 01:09 PM   #49
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^ build was to use WSBK parts; also, termi system is the +300 used on factory bikes last year and give better performance than the Akro.
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Well, here she is with proud builder Baz ready for the dyno tomorrow. They report it's like wheeling a push bike around. Weight with 3 kilos of fuel in 153.8kg (but need to add front brake lines and some brake fluid). So target of 150kg very nearly met. Steve tells me she gonna need some holding onto...... no kidding!

How much taller is your new gas tank vs stock. It maybe just me, but it looks freakin huge!

I am extremely excited for you.... I took my to the track last week and it was nothing short of amazing. The wheel control works SOOOOOOOOO good.

I cannot even imagine what it is going to be like to ride this thing!

I AM VERY JEALOUS! Congrats!
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