2008 YZF-R125 (180cc)
I would say yes
Lol. The past few weeks have been wonderful. Virtually empty roads and a motorbike. What bliss! You should get a job in the supply chain for the NHS and then your classed as a 'key worker'.TFW you just got your bike sorted and wanna riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiide for weeks but there's a goddam global pandemic wtf this is poop.
How do you think the altered riding position and brake adaptions will affect track riding?I wasn't thinking I'd really be up for racing the bike as she was on the current engine but tbh this changes things...anyone who fancies their chances and would like a little head-to-head come and get some
haha I did actually mean like a 1/8 mile but hey whatever tbh it's a small track so you don't generally get over about 40 mph, even on the straight (gear low for the day if not already), it's all about hitting the corners right and being able to link them.Damn this makes me want to cash out and get mine adjusted. I've read up that the lurching that I get at low speeds at constant throttle is because of how lean it runs in that region and I would love to get rid of that.
hmm I dunno about that but sounds plausible i guess. In general I'd been starting to think that the PCFC was a smarter buy than the PCV because it has more map slots (easier to set up A/B/C/D/Ect testing vs just A/B) and costs less, and I'd not really seen the benefit of the auto-tune, but I think this has changed my view back to the PCV. The actual mapping stage is where most of the others I speak to seem to be getting stuck (me included) and this fixes that.
Whilst one can import maps from PCV to PCFC it would always mean you're getting "secondhand" maps whcih will never be quite as good a match as a map for your exact bike... so unless we were to temporarily put a PCV on, learn the map then export to pcfc and then put the pcfc back on...idk how else it would work, but that seems like a lot of faffing about, and means a PCV needs taking off where it is now (not keen to do that) or there needs to be a spare PCV in the mix to tune with (££, though could be worth it if tuning many bikes).
> anyone who fancies their chances and would like a little head-to-head come and get some
You just wait till we're on that track C:<