vcyclenut, I still want a tune with a ZX10R header and slipon

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Re: vcyclenut, I still want a tune with a ZX10R header and slipon

Post by kman0066 » Tue Jan 29, 2019 2:55 pm


I hear the Zx-10R header and Graves low exit pipe works really well :D :devil:

In related news, I bought a Yoshimura quiet-insert that fit's the Graves pipe with no mods. It got rid of most of the resonance and it's very reasonable on the dB level with it in. 1 allen bolt and it's removed and all loud again. I'm sure it takes away a hp or two, but at this much power, it's completely un-noticeable to me. Long-term with the saddle bags has shown no effect to them, which makes sense since the pipe is nowhere near the saddlebags.

Good luck with the tuning! Will be fun to see your results. Mine did much better than I expected and I continue to be very happy with this exhaust setup.
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Re: vcyclenut, I still want a tune with a ZX10R header and slipon

Post by 57x » Wed Jan 30, 2019 6:50 pm


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Tue Jan 29, 2019 2:55 pm
I hear the Zx-10R header and Graves low exit pipe works really well :D :devil:

In related news, I bought a Yoshimura quiet-insert that fit's the Graves pipe with no mods. It got rid of most of the resonance and it's very reasonable on the dB level with it in. 1 allen bolt and it's removed and all loud again. I'm sure it takes away a hp or two, but at this much power, it's completely un-noticeable to me. Long-term with the saddle bags has shown no effect to them, which makes sense since the pipe is nowhere near the saddlebags.

Good luck with the tuning! Will be fun to see your results. Mine did much better than I expected and I continue to be very happy with this exhaust setup.
Which quiet insert did you use? There are lots of options. I am quite worried how loud this Graves can will be.
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Re: vcyclenut, I still want a tune with a ZX10R header and slipon

Post by kman0066 » Thu Jan 31, 2019 2:53 am


Part number was INS-04-K for the insert.
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Re: vcyclenut, I still want a tune with a ZX10R header and slipon

Post by Zotto » Fri Feb 01, 2019 6:14 pm


Kman0066 - which Graves pipe do you have and do you have a picture of it installed?

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Re: vcyclenut, I still want a tune with a ZX10R header and slipon

Post by kman0066 » Sat Feb 02, 2019 2:46 am


Mounting pictures. It's the slip-on w/titanium midpipe for the 11-15 zx-10r. Stainless mid-pipe is the same, just weighs more.
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Re: vcyclenut, I still want a tune with a ZX10R header and slipon

Post by kman0066 » Sat Feb 02, 2019 2:50 am


And a zoomed out pic (it really turned out well I think. I was being cheap, but honestly, even at the same price for any other system, I'd probably choose this still).
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Re: vcyclenut, I still want a tune with a ZX10R header and slipon

Post by Zdude » Sat Feb 02, 2019 8:21 pm


kman0066 wrote:
Sat Feb 02, 2019 2:50 am
And a zoomed out pic (it really turned out well I think. I was being cheap, but honestly, even at the same price for any other system, I'd probably choose this still).IMG_20190201_204813.jpg
Dude, I agree that it looks better than the full pipe systems. Just really looks great with that exposing the rear wheel/swingarm so much. Great job dude!
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Re: vcyclenut, I still want a tune with a ZX10R header and slipon

Post by Zotto » Sun Feb 03, 2019 5:56 am


Aye Thumbs up for that Kman, Did you get a custom tune as well? Looks like it could howl.
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Re: vcyclenut, I still want a tune with a ZX10R header and slipon

Post by kman0066 » Sun Feb 03, 2019 2:40 pm


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Aye Thumbs up for that Kman, Did you get a custom tune as well? Looks like it could howl.
Yep. There's a local tuner here in town that tunes H2s and was already familiar with the Woolich software. The part throttle/rideability stuff I do myself because I like playing with computer stuff. I tuned the bike up to 193hp with my tuning (very little ignition timing changes, just fixing the throttle bodies and AFR), then the tuner got it up to 233hp. Said there was more but this was safer.

VCyclenut should be able to get ya'll a similar setup via mail order for a steal of a price, and that's cool! My tune was $550 and the Woolich software wasn't cheap either.

Different dynos and different days read differently though, so I wouldn't get caught up in 220 vs 238 vs 232 vs 240. Getting the peak numbers on these things is pretty straightforward, given access to the software and a dyno. But a "good" tune is going to get you smoothness and be able to handle varying conditions better, often referred to as a "safe" tune.
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Re: vcyclenut, I still want a tune with a ZX10R header and slipon

Post by 57x » Tue Feb 05, 2019 3:42 am


One of the things I appreciate in a tune is fixing ridability issues. It is one thing to see dyno numbers, but I am after fixing bad habits on bikes. On-off throttle hesitation is at the top of the list. I'll never be able to handle the power this makes in stock form much less tuned and unrestricted. Give me a great, flat torque setup, throw a wide band on to tune away real world issues not seen on a dyno, and fix on-off crap and I am great.
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