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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-18-2019, 10:01 AM Thread Starter
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06 wiseco programming question

So i just bought this bike last week, the guy before me had no idea about anything. He thinks it has a big bore kit in it...it has a full fmf exhaust, and of course the wiseco programmer. Idk what setting to use for it. i do smell gas in the oil, if that has anything to do with the programmer.
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Having a big bore, porting, bigger cam or bigger valves don't affect the fuel mixture. Air cleaner mods and exhaust mods will change the mixture, so just set your programmer for only those changes.

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Is that programmer good? I plan to buy one and it is the cheapest one I've seen
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Pulled the top end to replace the head gasket, spark plug was pretty black. lots of carbon buildup on valves and exhaust. I have the first setting dialed in at 2, for deceleration. no more popping when letting off the throttle. otherwise, i have no idea what settings to use.
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Ill post my numbers tomorrow, they came preset on the bike so ifk there worths but i do know I’ve ran these same numbers on my 2nd, 3rd bike now with the same (weisco) piston... it hasn’t melted, has had a little carbon build up but i think its from low fuel quality vs my mixture

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Ill post my numbers tomorrow, they came preset on the bike so ifk there worths but i do know I’ve ran these same numbers on my 2nd, 3rd bike now with the same (weisco) piston... it hasn’t melted, has had a little carbon build up but i think its from low fuel quality vs my mixture
Do you have any numbers?
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