What if you bump all four settings to +2 from their original, do you notice any difference?Coupon said:My stock settings:
I changed it to
So thats +2 for C2 and C3, and to be perfectly honest, I didnt feel a difference. I had my bike dynoed a month ago or so, and I was running rich, especially in the lower and mid RPMs. I have a stock '04 R6 except for a Two Brothers slip on, and I'm located in Bozeman, Montana, ~4,800 ft above sea level. I think the bike was originally sold in seattle, because thats where i bought it used. I spliced into wire 29 and grounded it and have not had any problems even while riding.
i just changed my settings to: 1,-3,-3,-1. now knowling they adjust the cylinders i readjusted to:dragginbody said:Locaton: Atlanta, GA 07 R6S
My stock settings
0, -5, -6, -2
1, -3, -3, -1
Didnt notice any "power" increase, but def. smoother throttle response down low. It seems like it wants to backfire more when enginebraking though.
Is this a sign of running too rich?
You're talking about the AIS block off mod I believe. There's a how-to on it somewhere.Coupon said:There is a hose somewhere (sorry, I dont know which one) that mixes clean air with the exhaust, thus making the emissions more clean. You can plug that with a marble and it will make your R6 backfire less. (less oxygen = not enough air to mix with the unburned fuel in your exhaust pipe to ignite it).
The CO stands for Carbon Monoxide. Carbon monoxide is partially burned fuel. The C1, C2, C3, and C4 adjustments are for their respective cylinders. (Not throttle position or anything like that.) CO readings are adjusted at the factory to ensure that the cylinders are burning fuel evenly and efficiently. CO is measured with an Exhaust Gas Analyzer with a probe in each header pipe (or some setup at the factory that allows individual cylinder readings.) The CO reading is a measurement that must be within spec to meet emissions standards set by the EPA.freeride said:40 pages and almost exactly 3 years later and no progress, there is still nobody that knows what this actually does?