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Power everywhere!! This thing pulls. Very satisfied with the performance. I was expecting a gain but wow this exceeded my expectations. Gonna go and drag race it this Sunday against some of my friends and their modded quads to see where I'm at. I'll post up the results and vid if I don't forget my cam this time lol.
 

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QUOTE (GRIMREAPER @ Sep 20 2007, 12:06 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=3394
Power everywhere!! This thing pulls. Very satisfied with the performance. I was expecting a gain but wow this exceeded my expectations. Gonna go and drag race it this Sunday against some of my friends and their modded quads to see where I'm at. I'll post up the results and vid if I don't forget my cam this time lol.
Hey Grim, I'm waiting for my DASA now. I have the FUELATV Intake installed and it seemed to add quite a bit of pep with the stock exhaust plug pulled.

If at all possible can you answer a few questions: Is this the 16" or 13" DASA? What map are you running for your mods?

Thanks a million,
Larry
 

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I will have a map on my site tonight for a 13" Dasa pipe, FUELATV intake and a power commander. The map was made at sea level.

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QUOTE (FUELATV @ Sep 20 2007, 04:02 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=3398
I will have a map on my site tonight for a 13" Dasa pipe, FUELATV intake and a power commander. The map was made at sea level.

FUELATV
hey Fuel since i am above sea level could i still run the map that you are going to put on your site and not have to worry about it hurting the motor? At least till i can get it tuned on a dyno which i won't be able to do for almost 2 weeks. If it helps any I am about 2,000 ft above sea level.
 

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I'm running the 13" version on my bike. The tune I was using was from the power commander website which was meant for a full Pro Circuit exhaust but will be switching to Fuel's tune
. I'm only 100ft above sea level Fuel, is that pretty much still sea level?
 

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QUOTE (FUELATV @ Sep 20 2007, 02:02 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=3398
I will have a map on my site tonight for a 13" Dasa pipe, FUELATV intake and a power commander. The map was made at sea level.

FUELATV
Sweet Steve, you found time to get some dyno time


I can't wait to get that 13" DASA black ceramic treated pipe on my bike


::: It rubs lotion on its skin when it is told ::: ..... Oh sorry got really exicted there for a sec
 

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QUOTE (450Duner @ Sep 20 2007, 03:37 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=3399
hey Fuel since i am above sea level could i still run the map that you are going to put on your site and not have to worry about it hurting the motor? At least till i can get it tuned on a dyno which i won't be able to do for almost 2 weeks. If it helps any I am about 2,000 ft above sea level.
it will just run a little rich if any thing, got to experement with subtracting fuel with the module buttons til it runs crisp for your conditions
 

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Steve, I'm at 2500. I will post the low, mid, high, button adjustments for my ("above sea level") off your map,
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This map was supplied by a customer. It was made on a dyno jet dyno. I spoke to the shop and they know what they are doing. His bike made 33 HP bone stock and then 42.7 HP with a Dasa pipe, FUELATV intake and a power commander installed. That is almost a 10 HP increase. I have dyno time schedualed for next saturday so i will have some more maps in 10 days. Sorry ....... i did not have time to post the map last night. It is up now. Just go to fuelatv.com then click on other products. There you will see fuel maps. Click on that and you will fing the KFX450 map.
 

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QUOTE (FUELATV @ Sep 21 2007, 01:17 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=3419
This map was supplied by a customer. It was made on a dyno jet dyno. I spoke to the shop and they know what they are doing. His bike made 33 HP stock and then 42.7 HP with a Dasa pipe, FUELATV intake and a power commander installed. I have dyno time schedualed for next saturday so i will have some more maps in 10 days. Sorry ....... i did not have time to post the map last night. It is up now. Just go to fuelatv.com then click on other products. There you will see fuel maps. Click on that and you will fing the KFX450 map.
Do you know if the map was made at sea level?
 

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Yes it was made at sea level
 

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I had my bike out for the first time with the Dasa pipe, FUELATV intake and power commander. It ran great ..... it is a totally different bike and had power everywhere. The only thing was the gearing. It felt low before, but now a 15 front is MANDITORY. I just put on a 15 so i will post how it does when i get back.
 

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QUOTE (FUELATV @ Oct 19 2007, 10:21 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=3871
I had my bike out for the first time with the Dasa pipe, FUELATV intake and power commander. It ran great ..... it is a totally different bike and had power everywhere. The only thing was the gearing. It felt low before, but now a 15 front is MANDITORY. I just put on a 15 so i will post how it does when i get back.
Cool. Make sure you try some 5th gear action to see if you can still pull to the top of 5th. If so then that will be my next bolt on. I'll just have to make sure I can pull those heavy Maxxis Razr 2's in the dirt


Have fun Steve, I should be out in the sand by 11PM tonight at Buttercup.

Later,
Larry
 

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QUOTE (Larry @ Oct 19 2007, 01:08 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=3883
Cool. Make sure you try some 5th gear action to see if you can still pull to the top of 5th. If so then that will be my next bolt on. I'll just have to make sure I can pull those heavy Maxxis Razr 2's in the dirt


Have fun Steve, I should be out in the sand by 11PM tonight at Buttercup.

Later,
Larry
my setup (below) will pull to the fifth gear rev limiter 78mph
 

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My bike pulled 5th hard with the 15/38 gearing ......... no problem. I will be trying the 15/36. I think that will be the ticket for me. Especially once i get the cams, porting and ignition map figured out.

FUELATV
 
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