Important: Grey Wire test on a WR426 test?
Posted June 12, 2001 - 03:59 PM
Posted June 12, 2001 - 05:32 PM
Since most that posts here have made many modifications (different exhaust, timing, jetting, etc.) I thought I would bring up that possibly more change could be felt on a completely stock bike. My behind-the-house course is very tight and most of it is spent accelerating through the mid-range, so I feel I was accurate.
Posted June 12, 2001 - 10:55 PM
Posted June 13, 2001 - 10:24 AM
Originally posted by Taffy:
if your going to test, test properly. i'm suprised so many people have gone for a quick thrash & said it's a big improvement.
give up at least a whole morning & do justice to your back-to-back testing.
THAT GOES FOR ALL OF YOU!
for &%$#@!s sake we (you) look silly enough as it is given that it's only taken four years for this mod to be mentioned! i don't think you ought to crow about this one in the bar lads-do you!!!
so let's take it nice & slow & get it right. it's great to hear of yet another all win/no lose , mod if it works.
Taffy, Please enlighten us on the "proper test procedure." If we are to be repremanded for sharing our experiences on this topic, explain how we can avoid this in the future. Do it once and we will all take note so you do not have to get carpal tunnel repeating yourself. Because as much as I enjoy your encouraging, objective, and polite posts you may be getting tired of having this burdon.
Just trying to help you out -
a friendly "over the pond" neighbor