- Feb 24, 2014
Rojah said:Hi there,
I have just joined the forum, and I have some good news for you.
I "donated" my 2011 961 Sport to Dynojet last month as a test mule for their Power Commander set up. A very professional and courteous business.
I had the bike returned last week, and took it out for the first time this weekend.
It is transformed! Much better fuelling between 2500 to 3000 rpm, and much smoother acceleration right to the limiter, in every gear lol
Dynojet provided me with the before and after power graphs, clearly showing the bike in standard state was running way too rich, and with a nice hike in rear wheel hp too. Interestingly the bike was making more hp than when Cycleworld Dynojet tested a 961, but then they wouldn't have thrashed it as hard as I have done on mine.
I am well pleased, and no doubt soon Dynojet will have more details to share.
The numbers show that the PW will work on the 961 to zero in on the optimum AFM for best performance through the rev range. This will improve throttle response and power. This is the first piece of the puzzle in improving performance on these bikes.iwilson said:hmm, not a lot of hooplah unsurprisingly, gains of less than 3% are not going to get anyone excited. A graph with the before and after results is sorely needed here. Glad you're happy with the improvement.
With such small gains, does this suggest that the factory set up ain't so bad after all ?Rojah said:Hi TonyA,
Thanks for your comments. I didn't want to post the actual graphs at this stage, as Dynojet have been so good with me, I thought that I would let them have the pleasure.
But the peak figures were as follows, bike has 8500 miles and "louder" peashooter pipes fitted.
Max power std 72.02hp @7050rpm Max torque std 57.4ft-lbs @6000rpm
Max power Dynojet 74.1hp @7230rpm Max torque Dynojet 58.44ft-lbs @5770rpm
Engine feels much happier to rev out to the limiter now especially in 3rd and 4th gears, but still gobs of torque lower down. Fun!