NUTEC FUEL



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  • SFO

Posted October 16, 2001 - 04:59 AM

#1

My bike made the power with nutec yesterday.
54 rear wheel hp on a dynojet(corrected)
It is a 97mm Gore/Rohrich piston (14-1)
444cc
Falicon sprockets 105in lca, 106ex lca
Kibblewhite head
Arrow pipe and tapered header
EKN#4
165 main
45pj
100paj
for the record it made 52hp on pump swill
On the same dyno a dialed in yz426 made 48hp.
Now I just have to learn how to twist the throttle slower.

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  • jamracing

Posted October 17, 2001 - 10:56 AM

#2

Holy smokes!!!!
That's a very healthy number! How long should that motor last?

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Josh
01' WR426
99' YZ400
87' FZR1000
Uh, like twist the throttle...

  • SFO

Posted October 17, 2001 - 11:03 AM

#3

It has already made about 80 passes on the dyno.
I have ridden it on the trails once and don't intend to seek any more power.
I will keep y'all posted as to the longevity.
But my experience is if it doesn't scatter on the dyno it will be ok.
Oh yea, it also had 34 ftlbs of torque.
This motor makes more torque and hp than my old 501 after I built it up.




 
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