pc5 arrived fitted it all up and she was a no go,after abit of pissing around I found that when they assembled the pc5 they managed to wire it all back to front,emails back and forth to dynojet and they washed there hands of it,very disappointing.. anyway all tuned just over 70hp peak power but gained close to 8hp over the whole rev range
im having problems up loading photos to here but once that’s sorted I’ll send some through
Kev, I hope to drop into your shop in the next week or two. My bike is with Torque Power in Ballarat waiting for a part – the small oil seep seen on the RHS case was caused by a faulty sealing bearing on the crankshaft.
Good news is that KTM Australia will be compensating me for the devaluation of my bike in the recent price cut.
I’ll give you a few days notice before I drop in for the dyno etc.
I went down to @Kev212’s bike shop the other day, to have some Bridgestone S22’s fitted, and to also get a dynotune done on my Vitpilen 701. The original dyno lacked a bit of data, so I thought I would give another shop a try.
Results were pretty good, 71 horsepower and 50 ft/lbs of torque. Nice and linear. Kev’s mods had him with a higher midrange. I made a short video, I hope it’s informative :