Stock to Brock : 2017 Suzuki GSX-R1000
- Episode 1 : Parts Introduction
- Episode 2 : Initial Dyno Break-In Procedure
- Episode 3 : Throttle Blade Derestriction
- SPECIAL EDITION : Q&A from Episode 3
- Episode 4 : Exhaust Installation and Theory
- Episode 4 : Exhaust Installation and Theory (Part 2) Standard vs. ‘R’ Version
- Episode 4 : Exhaust Installation and Theory (Part 3) Full Exhaust Systems
- Episode 5 : Dyno Tuning for Maximum Performance
- Episode 5 : Dyno Tuning (Part 2) for Maximum Performance
Episode 6 : The Devil Is In The Details (Sprint Filter)
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.
- 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 Video introduction
0:44 Switched to the Alien Head 2 full exhaust system
1:37 MR12 accidentally left in the tank for 15 days
2:42 Baseline dyno runs… can we reach 200 HP?
4:00 Discussing the results of our baseline dyno runs
5:29 Introducing the Sprint Filter P08 F1-85
6:27 Removing the OEM air filter
6:50 Comparing the OEM air filter to the P08 F1-85
8:04 Sprint Filter maintenance demonstration
8:50 Installing the Sprint Filter P08F1-85
9:24 Dyno runs with the F1 air filter installed
10:38 Discussing the results of the F1 dyno runs
11:10 Do you need to remap your bike after adding a Sprint Filter? NO!
12:31 This bike is notorious for making peak power when hot
12:49 Where are we going next? (Answer: Alisyn Oil and Petron additive)
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