GYTR Race Head


25 replies to this topic
  • pbviking

Posted April 30, 2011 - 06:48 PM

#21

I can't imagine the average rider needing this. How many honestly uses all the power that this bike has, I mean, what ever gear you are in and throttle pinned and needing more.


my post was not about should I need more power.

  • cablemonkey334

Posted May 04, 2011 - 02:43 PM

#22

I have the gyrt head , first i only ran the gytr cams with a the stock head an a full yosh system, that was a good improvement . next i installed the gyrt complete head , which already came with the gyrt cams so now i have to sets . but anyways along with that i dropped in a hi comp piston 13.5-1 vertex . switched over to some vp ms109 gas an re tuned the fuel system with my pim 2 . I am now the proud owner of a rocket ship. this bike flat out halls azz! I thought about sendin the stock head off to tuf racing an having them work there magic on it , according to there tech they can make more power than the gytr head. for around 600
THIS BIKE FLAT OUT HAULS!:thumbsup:

  • pbviking

Posted May 04, 2011 - 07:25 PM

#23

I have the gyrt head , first i only ran the gytr cams with a the stock head an a full yosh system, that was a good improvement . next i installed the gyrt complete head , which already came with the gyrt cams so now i have to sets . but anyways along with that i dropped in a hi comp piston 13.5-1 vertex . switched over to some vp ms109 gas an re tuned the fuel system with my pim 2 . I am now the proud owner of a rocket ship. this bike flat out halls azz! I thought about sendin the stock head off to tuf racing an having them work there magic on it , according to there tech they can make more power than the gytr head. for around 600
THIS BIKE FLAT OUT HAULS!:thumbsup:


thanks for the reply

How is reliability? Also are you going to run stock cams or ? for the tuf racing

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  • cablemonkey334

Posted May 05, 2011 - 07:30 AM

#24

i will run the gytr cams with the tuff racing porting

  • cablemonkey334

Posted May 05, 2011 - 07:32 AM

#25

i will run the gytr cams with the tuff porting , an i have 15 hrs on the kit so far with no problems

  • ellisde

Posted May 06, 2011 - 01:40 AM

#26

yz 450 10

i have the gytr kit on the bike,head/cams/piston.

when i got the kit,i was very big suprised about the quallety of the cnc worked head! man its a pice of art.its mashine done and thats why its so perfekt! never had a so perfekt ported head like the gytr.

the piston is a je.

the engine runs good,much better than stock,topend is very good,revs much quicker and faster.buttom is like stock. BUT: its still like the original engine.buttom good,than nothing and than at top much.

so i got the GET athena ignition which could be total programmed. it bought it from german tuner who desigened a own map.it ordered the GPA ( Antischlupf Regelung) too.

had big probs. to get he bike ran at bottom .tried everything with the data box and changed settings in every way. still at bottom huge probs!

so i changed the gytr cams to the stock one,and !? perfekt!
the engine is totally diff to the stock one,it starts soft and revs to the moon without a single drop of power.

a fried got it on the point: when i open the thorttle and the end of a corner,its like hyperspeed :thumbsup:





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