Wow! This thread is awesome!! Thanks guys for all the kind words. I knew I missed a TON on here during this storm and it's aftermath. It's good to finally be getting caught up with everyone!!
He'd appreciate a diff sort of... delivery...
What we should do is send his girl some flowers for puting up with this shit. I'm blown away at how he manages a full time job, and then hours upon hours at the shop(BAUCE Racing), and still manages his house and personal life(or lack there of)...
Either way, a HUGE
go out to Anthony for EVERYTHING he does for us! Not enough can be said about the character of this man.
This man has my business for life man.
Sooo... Yeah, I'll update more as I go about riding with the reflash.
Thanks bro!! I'm glad you're enjoying the flash. I got a TON of time and research into the flash. I spent weeks and weeks testing and flashing leading up to AMA. My happiest moment was when they AMA kid next to us literally put his brand new BUILT motor in his R6 that morning. Broke it in in practice, then couldn't inch passed my bike down the straights on a stock motor!!! If you guys think it's fast on pump gas, you should imagine the race gas tune!!!
The only word that could describe it for me was my bike "rips" now. I love it! Thanks Ant!
Originally Posted by Gundamzeppelin
Sent mine out today
to bad my MJS headers are being held by UPS aka they lost it or ****ed up the box royally.
Anyone with an on-track experience/review yet? I'm going to get this done this winter..... just waiting for a reply back from the PM *nudge nudge*
It's like you actually have a slipper clutch now with the reduced engine braking. In 50 degree weather, I was braking harder than ever and the back tire wasn't wagging left and right like usual. Just rolling along with a skip here and there when I lifted it.
On/off throttle transition is amazing now. I make some specific changes to accomplish this. It's a WORLD of difference!
What's the deal with engine braking? I'm happy where its at possibly even a lil more. I don't see how having lower or none would help. Enlighten me
It reduces rear tire locking. And you will always have engine braking, but computer assisted engine braking is ridiculous!! If you down shift from 12k+, there's plenty of compression, etc and the bike will always slow down. Just not as bad.
You'll think you have an aftermarket slipper clutch after it's reduced that's where it's most noticeable!
i have mine flashed from chief and was able to use it for a little on the track before i low sided
in my humble opinion this is one of the best things ive done to the bike yet. the throttle is much more smooth through the entire rpm range, and the reduced engine braking really makes a difference when going into the turns. i noticed a big struggle ive had before with mid corner throttle being too "touchy" has now been resolved. the bike pulls like a damn freight train (i run the 100 oct. race gas tune) the front wheel just wants to come up in 2nd and 3rd with just my -1 front sprocket.
I love how it's just a wheelie monster now bro. SO SICK!!!!