so it did help alittle, not much to tell, but if i run the fuel and then take out the air filter, maybe it will be a few tenths quicker :jacked loldone 5 dyno's on the 636. three with vp race fuel, two without. 3hp increase with the vp.
Thats because all VP "race" fuel is oxygenated. And if you only saw 3hp, then something is wrong. U4.2 will give a stock bike around 5-6hp without a tune. 7-8hp with a tune.done 5 dyno's on the 636. three with vp race fuel, two without. 3hp increase with the vp.
Higher octane fuel by itself will not add hp. burning cleaner and cleaning injectors depends on the detergent additives added to the fuel, not the octane. The only thing octane does is increase the resistance to knock, and allow you to run more timing in the motor or a higher compression ratio before you get detonation.not trying to argue though. just making sure that the dude gets the right info. higher octane fuel will burn cleaner, clean injectors and stuff, and add hp. that's all.
i'll try to get the dynos posted sunday.
:321:321:321 **** OFF AND GO BACK TO YOUR GAY ASS FORUM :321I run race fule in my race bikes. it does make a difference but unless you're running up front and the that little extra to stay on top of the competition, it's not really worth it. I'll run it in my street bikes too every once in a while just to help clean things out a little, but only when i'll be riding all day and filling the tank a time or two. if you do use race fuel, make sure you drain the tank when you're down and run the bike till you runout what's left in the fuel system. it's not good on your internal stuff to let the higher octane fuel sit in there for long periods of time.