WE DID IT.

A pat on the back or just to let us know how we can improve our service.

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RE: WE DID IT.

Post by TOM Wheeler » Mon Feb 06, 2006 2:49 pm

and the technician thought his instrument wasnt working...LOL :lol:

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RE: WE DID IT.

Post by motorbreath » Mon Feb 06, 2006 3:43 pm

no oval thats not me..im along airport road

sorry Ron should have posted this earlier i guess. yesterday we were at rons place and discussing EGTs and then
suddenly i remembered and showed the paper to ron. luckily i had the older one as well in the cover.

yeah it was funny. the guy kept asking me to revv the bike and i did that. then this guy asked me
which bike it is, which model etc. i just said yamaha 350.
looks like he has put the type as 4S in that :D

i was on my way to kerala actually, and my first thought was if it was lean or something. so even checked the plugs
and it was perfect and was running damn smooth also. ran all 700km without any hiccups no heating no troubles.

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RE: WE DID IT.

Post by chinoy » Tue Feb 07, 2006 10:34 am

reving the engine to force a reading isnt fair.
But at least it clarifys that we are maintaining a perfect burn while even on the main jets.

Next phase is to richen the jets and see how it effects the output. I predict it will just burn make more power and the readings will still be low.

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RE: WE DID IT.

Post by GerardFdz » Tue Feb 07, 2006 11:34 pm

Great work

motorhead
need to get my bike's puc done too.
We still need to see your bike!!

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RE: WE DID IT.

Post by nav75 » Wed Feb 08, 2006 11:03 am

once again, congrats ron.

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RE: WE DID IT.

Post by chinoy » Sun Jan 14, 2007 2:09 am

Nav you should add the pics and results from your test with the Four Stroke RDD CDI.

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RE: WE DID IT.

Post by Vampire » Sun Jan 14, 2007 5:46 pm

*bleep* !! 0.01 ??? WTF??!!! that is insane man !!! will throw this in the face of tree humpin anti 2 st pro 4 st faggies.

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RE: WE DID IT.

Post by chinoy » Sun Jan 14, 2007 8:30 pm

After revving and blipping the throttle.

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RE: WE DID IT.

Post by nav75 » Sun Jan 14, 2007 11:59 pm

Fixed the RDD CDI for CBZ over the weekend and rode the bike all over the city and nearby towns.

The bike feels a lot smoother all through. Vibrations are almost nil till 80 after which a little bit of vibs start to appear. Low and mid range has significantly improved with bike still pulling slightly better than before post 90km/hr. There is not much change in the top speed though but it reached there quicker than before.

Did a PUC test. First with the RDD CDI and then with the Stock CDI (let the bike idle for 5min after putting the stock CDI before checking the PUC level). Following is the image of the same (top is with RDD CDI and bottom is stock CDI).
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Stock CDI:
CO = 0.12%
HC = 150

RDD CDI:
CO = 0.02%
HC = 140

Did some mileage testing as well (no mileage bottle yet). Did a flat out run (90% of times at 80+) on the highway and got a mileage of 29.91km/lt of Unleaded fuel. With similar riding with stock CDI, I used to get mileage of around 25km/lt.
Did another run on highway where I was going flat out for 50% of distance and then rest 50% around 60. Got a mileage of 37.59km/lt. With similar riding with stock CDI, I used to get mileage of around 32km/lt.
Did one run in city + highway, in my normal riding mode (speeds of around 60 with ocassional top speed rips), got a mileage of around 42.58km/lt. With similar riding with stock CDI, I used to get mileage of around 35km/lt.

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RE: WE DID IT.

Post by DeepakMenon » Mon Jan 15, 2007 1:54 am

Did some mileage testing as well (no mileage bottle yet). Did a flat out run (90% of times at 80+) on the highway and got a mileage of 29.91km/lt of Unleaded fuel. With similar riding with stock CDI, I used to get mileage of around 25km/lt.
Did another run on highway where I was going flat out for 50% of distance and then rest 50% around 60. Got a mileage of 37.59km/lt. With similar riding with stock CDI, I used to get mileage of around 32km/lt.
Did one run in city + highway, in my normal riding mode (speeds of around 60 with ocassional top speed rips), got a mileage of around 42.58km/lt. With similar riding with stock CDI, I used to get mileage of around 35km/lt.

WHAT !!!!!!

Amazing... this post is going to increase the demand for RD's.. PHEW not good.. :)

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