Finally got around to getting all my parts put on!! Any ideas on what the HP/Tq numbers are going to be?? I am very curious as to what they are going to be!
No where even close to that...almost sea level actually. And 47 really? The bike stock is 45hp haha.What is your elevation? If your anywhere near 3000 to 5000ft i will have to guess 47hp.
I will tell him this and see what he says. This guys really seems to know his stuff but rarely deals with raptors...he's more of a Can-Am guy.pull it off the plug and set it to 360
Not interested in this at this time..to much hassle when I already have everything I need.Sell the dynotek and the pcv and get the new pcv where it is all together. Less worrys, less wires. Msd also carrys one but it doesn't have the auto tune. That dynotek should have a spot for a tach to go. Idk of your dyno guy can tap into that.
Actually that 40hp is RWHP, not crank. And many believe that it's actually more like 42hp stock. Different dynos will give different numbers and what you really should be interested in is the difference between an initial run and the run after you've done some modifications or tuning assuming both were on the same dyno.Yamaha claims right around 40hp and thats crank hp. But i guess that topic is pretty debatable. With differant dyno's and elevations. My buddies dynoed @ about 52hp and that was with a 727 bore and 13:1 cp piston, other then those 2 things he is pretty much has the same upgrades as you. I'm not sure how much elevation changes things, but at sea level my guess would be 53 to 58hp. I have seen a lot of differant machines dynoed at the place that dyno tuned mine, but thats right at around 4800ft.
And if I do get rid of my PC5 I will be going with a doebeck style controller to get more accurate fuel maps.Sell the dynotek and the pcv and get the new pcv where it is all together. Less worrys, less wires. Msd also carrys one but it doesn't have the auto tune. That dynotek should have a spot for a tach to go. Idk of your dyno guy can tap into that.