2017 Suzuki GSX-R1000 | Episode 5 : Dyno Tuning (Part 2) for Maximum Performance

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Episode 5 : Dyno Tuning  (Part 2) for Maximum Performance

In Episode 5 (Part 1) we ended with Brock preparing to create a “Track Map” using MR12 fuel and inviting you to join us. In this Episode, we not only create that map, but Brock also shares his thoughts on proper dyno technique and also discusses some of his credentials.

As usual, Brock does his best to try and tackle this very complicated subject, while making it as fun and enjoyable as possible for all experience levels.

Check out the 2017 GSX-R1000 Information Page

The Details:

  • 2017 GSX-R 1000L7 Standard model (not the ‘R’ version) purchased from Fun For All Motorsports Elizabethtown, KY
  • Traction control – Motion Track Traction Control Standard (TC=OFF during testing)
  • Suzuki Drive Mode Selector (S-DMS) Power Mode=A (max power selected during testing)
  • Fuel used during test = Shell 89 Octane (choices available at our local Shell = 87, 89, 93 – we selected mid-grade for our tests)
  • Rear tire: Stock Bridgestone Battlax RS10 190/55/ZR17 – 35 PSI Nitrogen
  • Motor Oil: As delivered (unknown)
  • Air Filter: OEM
  • PAIR: Blocked
  • 5th Gear Pulls

Dynojet Model 250I dyno using DynoWare RT and WinPep 8 dyno control – displaying the SAE scale (unless noted otherwise in video)

0:00 – General Intro/Brock’s Performance Dyno practices
0:45 – Probe/RT Ware Pump/Calibration
2:05 – 18mm O2 Sensor/In Pipe
2:45 – Calibration Gas for O2 Sensor
3:35 – Tire Wear/Nitrogen
4:25 – Pressure Gauge (Confucius says…)
5:10 – Gas Tapper/Removing Fuel
5:50 – Gas Station Footage/Pump in Truck First
6:20 – MR12 Mfg. Date Check
7:00 – Started Dyno in 1994
7:15 – Tire Pressure Safety/Violent Blowout
8:05 – Preparation to Dyno
9:05 – Empty?
9:30 – Opening MR12 Fuel
10:10 – Begins Filling the 18 Gallon Tank
10:20 – Why Listen to This Brock Guy? Credentials
10:33 – SuperSport Racing Class
10:45 – Four Consecutive Championships
11:18 – Vince Woska Video Clip
12:05 – Jeremy Teasley Video Clip
13:30 – Apples to Apples MR12 vs Pump= No Contest
15:04 – Latent Heat of Vaporization
16:35 – Starting with Pump-Track Map
17:40 – Dynojet Website Map Not for Flashed ECU
17:50 – Begins First Ride/Bike Jumping Round
18:40 – Is It Too Lean for Dyno Pull?
19:00 – Begins Dyno Pull
19:30 – 194.41 HP Dyno Chart
20:30 – Target Air-Fuel Values =13.2
21:16 – Select Roll-On Map
21:30 – Adjust Roll-On Acceleration Values
22:04 – S1000RR Mile Log Chart
22:42 – Percent Error Screen
23:24 – Fourth Gear/4000RPM/100% Throttle Roll-On
23:55 – Run Complete/First Changes Made
25:02 – Second Roll-On (4th/4000/100%)
25:25 – Run Complete/Second Changes Made
26:26 – Third Roll-On (4th/7500/100%)
26:45 – Run Complete/Third Changes Made
26:55 – Columns Average Themselves Out
27:10 – More Complicated/Hold Throttle at 80%
27:27 – First Roll-On in 80% Columns (4th/3750/80%)
27:47 – Run Complete/First Changes Made at 80%
28:35 – Roll-On at 100%/After One 80% Run (4th/7500/100%)
28:45 – Run Complete/Fourth Changes Made
29:10 – Just For Giggles/Dyno Pull
29:24 – Not Tuned Perfectly/Needs More Work
29:39 – Begins Dyno Pull
29:54 – Fun stuff – 198.54 HP Dyno Chart
30:15 – 198.54 HP Run Accelerated Quickly
31:18 – Selecting Steady-State Mode for Drivability
32:00 – Steady-State Begins (2nd/1250/5%)
33:45 – Steady-State Concludes 5% Column Through 6000RPM
34:05 – “When I’m Racing All I Care About is 100% Throttle”
34:10 – That’s Not How It Works…
35:05 – We are Back
35:08 – Additional Tuning Done in 60/80/100% Columns
35:28 – Secondary Injector Percentage Chart
36:24 – Roll-On Tune in 40% Column/Below Secondary Injector Transition (3rd/4250/40%)
36:58 – First Changes Made to 40% Column
37:18 – Second Roll-On Tune in 40% Column
37:40 – Boom! 40% Percent Column Turns Green After Second Attempt
38:15 – Not a Commercial… We Provide These Maps Free of Charge with a Brock’s Full exhaust purchase
38:32 – New Whizzbang Fuel Comes Out and Works Better/Map Supplied Through Support Program
39:13 – Roll-On Tune at 20% First Attempt
39:35 – First Changes Made at 20%
39:45 – I Added 10% for MR12=No Such Thing As a Magic Number!
40:40 – Second Roll-On Tune at 20% Column
41:00 – Run Complete/20% Column Turns Green After Second Attempt
41:35 – Ride Footage on Dyno/Dyno Pull/198.39 HP Shown on Dyno Screen
42:30 – Begin Conclusion/199.02 vs. 191.12 Chart Comparison
43:26 – Comparing Acceleration Time Between the Two Runs
44:58 – Differences Chart Between Track-Pump and Track MR12 Maps
45:45 – Map Selector Switch
47:02 – Where Are We Going in the Next Episode?

 

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