Sounds like a great plan. If your chasing top speed maybe look at reducing the bikes weight like carbon wheels, handlebars etc....I figured if an H2 unrestricted can do 320 and the H2 stock has the same torque as the 12 but 20hp more, if I get the 20hp i should be able to hit that mark, not to mention it would probably be making more torque than the H2.
Id like to be able to get there with stock cc, N/A, pump gas, no nitrous.
Projected engine build is gonna include
Current full exhaust
Ignition advance of 4 or 5 degrees via ignition module
BMC Race filter
Bear velocity stacks (half short)
And if necesarry ill do the dual exhaust cam.
Of course i will be removing the mirrors for those passes, I already have flush mount signals, a double bubble screen, so there isnt much else i can do for aero. Hoping this will suffice, as is i managed to get it almost to 190 indicated with the mirrors still on, untuned top end. It feels like the bike still has a lot of untapped potential so I will update as the build goes along.
Ah see i thought of that, i didnt like the idea of fuel cut for a QS hence getting the QS ignition module which is meant for standalone use which actually mounts onto your coils. So essentially instead of hooking the QS sensor to the PCV it would be hooked to a sensor that cuts spark.My dj qs on my 12 with a modded trans is really nice. But my dj qs on my stock bike is not as good. Kinda notchy no matter the setting.
I have a HM on my 1287. It kills the ignition not the fuel. So this spring I will be trying that out to see.
Forged wheels are in the plans, i dont know about the habdlebars though. I am using the stock bars and tripple. Im not sure where to find aftermarket tripples that are lightened. Not a fan of the hurrican tripple that have a big 7/8 bar mounted across like a dirt bike or adventure bike. Thats fine on my supermoto but i dont want that near my sport bikes.Sounds like a great plan. If your chasing top speed maybe look at reducing the bikes weight like carbon wheels, handlebars etc....
I have seen the healtech, actually forgot about it until now. The price is actually better than the Dynojet setup which even with my industry discount still comes out to 80usd more than the HT. Benefit to the DJ would be of course having everything under the same software network etc, but given the QS would have its own idependent module to cut spark rather than fuel I might as well just chose between the translogic or Iqse. Will do some research and see. Apreciate all the input.Good to hear of another 12 to be track ridden!
I have the HealTech QS which cuts ignition to the plugs via the spark plug mounted method.
Having a slipper clutch for track use would be good in my opinion, having ridden a 2015/16 BMW S1000R hire bike on track, the slipper clutch on that was amazingly smooth in operation.
Should be pretty good, from the research I've done people say they are the best in terms of smoothness, durability etc. Not only that aparantly they are ready to go out of the box, no mapping necesarry. What sold me on it was the seamless shift simulation and it cuts the ignition per separate cylinders instead of grounding the spark which they say is better for the ECU longevity. Will have a video on it when I have it setup to demonstrate it in use and I will of course detail my thoughts on it here.Will be interesting to see what you think of them.