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Well, Roxanne's finally back with her passionate lover. Yah, I named her so shoot me. . . :smile2:

My super perf dynomatic magic man "Billy Bob Thornton" (yeah, for real) finished her up today and now Roxie's back in my loving arms purring quietly in my garage waiting for me to straddle her sweet self in the wee hours of the morning - tomorrow and the next day, and the next day, and so on. . . ad infinitum.

Anyways sorry, I tend to become somewhat gregarious at times, pardon me. It must be the combo of German/Scorpio blood/nature.

Enough of the minutia.

What I had done over the past 5 days to Roxanne - basic, but highly effective in the right hands of a very skilled high performance technician/mechanic's hands.

1) Akrapovic Yamaha FZ-10 2017 Racing Line TI-TI-CF Full Exhaust System
2) Dynojet Yamaha FZ-10 2017 Power Commander V w/Custom Yamaha FZ-10 2017 Racing Map
3) 2017 Yamaha FZ-10 Race ECU Flash

Some but not all custom ECU mapping features:

* Remove all throttle based restrictions
* Fully revised Power Modes
* Remove all speed and gear based restrictions
* Optimize ignition timing for 91+ octane pump fuel
* Fully customized fuel mapping
* Customized electronic race throttle-by-wire maps for Power Mode A, B and STD

* Custom enhanced high-speed electronic stabilizer sensors
* Customized engine braking strategies
* Ability to load Power Commander maps directly into the ECU
* Adjustable radiator fan temps for more efficient cooling
* Adjustable rev limiter extensions(>=500rpm)
* Disable closed loop mode
* Diagnostic Code Manager
* Adjustable velocity stack opening point
* Enable quick-shifting (indicted on new instrument cluster as "QS")
* Disabling the factory AIS (smog) system
* Disabled EXUP & error recall
* Disabled fuel injector cut
* Disabled steering damper (removes code for aftermarket units)

And for the morning glory (pics) and the hard dahtah (#s) attached:


And for a silly added attraction, I shot a short video with my $200 POS Nikon.

EDIT: To view the images, you may need to "right-click" and choose "Open Link".

Here:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz1jOz09Z-YZRTRqVE5IRTZoRTQ/view?usp=sharing

M.R.B. to Enterprise! Spock, you acute Vulcan madman, engine DONE - beam me up Scotty!

- David (M.R.B.)

 

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Curious what the difference is after the speed and gear restrictions were removed. I haven't done a top speed run yet but from what I have seen it wasn't much more then my Daytona 675 was back in 2007.
 

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Hey DaveInWoodland.

Honestly I have no idea what a Daytona 675 was back in 2007, I wasn't even born yet. :grin2:

The difference in feel and response now is mind boggling. The torque is hard to explain until you've straddled the new beast and experience it for yourself. In 4th,5th,6th @ 6,000RPMS+ at ~100MPH the front wheel wants to launch with the slightest of ease to twist. It at first was somewhat scary until I learned how to work with her. You really must pay very close attention because she wants to lose you from the saddle in a instant of a second. The acceleration is fantasticly unique and you can never get enough of its imparting adrenaline rush.

With the very impressive increase in torque, considerably more than the 2015 R1 that puts out ~73.2 lb-ft @ 8,790RPM (rear wheel) against Roxanne now throwing out more than ~79 lb-ft @ 9,270RPM (rear wheel) the difference is clear. In the 1/4mi Roxanne is uncatchable and takes the cigar.

I'm more concerned and intrigued with Roxanne's new HP and TQ #s than top speed, since for me personally as "Manfred Mann's Earth Band" stated, I'm "Blinded by the "Light" cause that's where the fun is! Massive thrust baby . . .

For the record, my perf guy clocked her on the Dyno at 162MPH+ in 6th with room to spare. And mind you this is after the extended ECU 500RPM rev limit increase. You can go further but at your own peril.

Money well spent Laddys, yes indeed. I recommend it to all my good '10' neighbors here.

 

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Hey DaveInWoodland.

Honestly I have no idea what a Daytona 675 was back in 2007, I wasn't even born yet. :grin2:

The difference in feel and response now is mind boggling. The torque is hard to explain until you've straddled the new beast and experience it for yourself. In 4th,5th,6th @ 6,000RPMS+ at ~100MPH the front wheel wants to launch with the slightest of ease to twist. It at first was somewhat scary until I learned how to work with her. You really must pay very close attention because she wants to lose you from the saddle in a instant of a second. The acceleration is fantasticly unique and you can never get enough of its imparting adrenaline rush.

With the very impressive increase in torque, considerably more than the 2015 R1 that puts out ~73.2 lb-ft @ 8,790RPM (rear wheel) against Roxanne now throwing out more than ~79 lb-ft @ 9,270RPM (rear wheel) the difference is clear. In the 1/4mi Roxanne is uncatchable and takes the cigar.

I'm more concerned and intrigued with Roxanne's new HP and TQ #s than top speed, since for me personally as "Manfred Mann's Earth Band" stated, I'm "Blinded by the "Light" cause that's where the fun is! Massive thrust baby . . .

For the record, my perf guy clocked her on the Dyno at 162MPH+ in 6th with room to spare. And mind you this is after the extended ECU 500RPM rev limit increase. You can go further but at your own peril.

Money well spent Laddys, yes indeed. I recommend it to all my good '10' neighbors here.

Since you had it on the dyno what was the horsepower it made?
 

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Hey Clayton. I posted it in my post just above yours.

"For the record, my perf guy clocked her on the Dyno at 162MPH+ in 6th with room to spare. And mind you this is after the extended ECU 500RPM rev limit increase. You can go further but at your own peril."

The 162MPH was reached at ~80-85% throttle with room to spare. Roxie and I will be at the track with much more safe useable real-estate this coming weekend. I'll have more "real world" numbers to share then after.

M.R.B
 

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Yes what was the incoming stock HP and the out going after dyno tune HP?
 
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