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what kind of stuff do you have in mind? if the "tuning" is off it will run crappy., does your's run crappy? popping? banging? hesitation when you push the flipper? sucking fuel like a gas-o -holic?
dont really have nothing in mind except that both units i have are tuned correctly with mods they have on them. The wifes unit (800r) was backfiring (have HMF Performance slipon) evey now & then when going down hill but since then i added a dobeck tuner at which it solved the backfiring but sucking gas. Using 50% more gas( was around 25 mpg) than it did without a tuner. I've been talking with Dobeck & doing some trouble shooting with them on hers. On my unit (916cc), none of the issues you mentioned. Can't say much about the gas it uses (916), i get around 11MPG.
 

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Willy just hops on here spewing total B/S hoping someone is actually stupid enuf to believe him.

He has been called out many, many, many times, cannot answer any questions about actual engines.

Watch his next few posts, they will ignore any posts referencing him. He will be proven wrong, and will not even defend himself.
 

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lets start with 3. the only reason you use a 'wideband' is cause you have no other way of calibrating it? true?

2. All pro engine builders use this software. if the model is valid the simulation is true. in fact most auto engine suppliers give specs and air flow for intakes and cams. just not quads. :(

4. you need to read a book or something. get an education before spouting last century info.
 

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take off the Dobeck and put the Quite Core in it. sounds like you have too much exhaust. :)

running it that rich will ruin your engine. when it is pulled down your pistons will be fuel washed and scored.

. The wifes unit (800r) was backfiring (have HMF Performance slipon) evey now & then when going down hill but since then i added a dobeck tuner at which it solved the backfiring but sucking gas. Using 50% more gas( was around 25 mpg) than it did without a tuner.
 

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lets start with 3. the only reason you use a 'wideband' is cause you have no other way of calibrating it? true?

2. All pro engine builders use this software. if the model is valid the simulation is true. in fact most auto engine suppliers give specs and air flow for intakes and cams. just not quads. :(

4. you need to read a book or something. get an education before spouting last century info.
Start with three, go to two, and end with four. Makes a lotta sense.......almost as much as the techno garbage he's spewin.

Watch this! I'm gonna call him on some B/S he's posted here, and he'll either spout unintelligible crap, or ignore me.

Willy, on your #2, no one uses that software you use. Prove that anyone besides yourself uses any kind of software.

Also, post as link to airflow specs for any cam or intake for automotive applications.
 

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Willy, on your #2, no one uses that software you use. Prove that anyone besides yourself uses any kind of software.

Also, post as link to airflow specs for any cam or intake for automotive applications
:pondder: hard to deal with hillybillys......ever heard of NASCAR?? NHRA?? any atuo/race cam manufacturer? i dono....maybe i need a Loserville Slugger to make my point??

you are askin' for a crapton of info. i am not your Bi*ch. get a clue on your own time. :)
 

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Watch this! I'm gonna call him on some B/S he's posted here, and he'll either spout unintelligible crap, or ignore me.
:pondder: hard to deal with hillybillys......ever heard of NASCAR?? NHRA?? any atuo/race cam manufacturer? i dono....maybe i need a Loserville Slugger to make my point??

you are askin' for a crapton of info. i am not your Bi*ch. get a clue on your own time. :)
See! He can't backup anything hes said.

Willy, you have no provable point, you can't prove things that aren't true.

Yep, you're my Bi*ch.
 

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Haha!! Desktop dyno! What a joke for software!

I guess posting the help/about splash screen proves that all pro engine builders use this software.

Like a pro engine builder would use a $50. computer program to make million dollar decisions in his engine development program!

Now if this doesn't prove Willies ignorance, I wouldn't know what does.

Like I said, he can't prove anything he claims.
 

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Again, proving nothing.

First, Willy stated that "All pro engine builders use this software". He has not proven this at all. He has confirmed tha he is using the very most basic beginner level engine simulation software available.

Second, even if the "pro" engine builders were using this junk software, he couldn't prove it.

Just as I stated, he cannot backup anything, just statements with no fact, & lotsa total B/S.

He'll try & steer this conversation any way from away from proving anything, or even coming close to proving anything.

Does anyone have anything to help Willie back up his H/S?? He sure cannot.
 

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you are way off topic and, imo, proving yourself to be an A-H*OLE.

i stand behind everything i have discussed. too bad you flunked high school math. good thing for you your dad owned a machine shop.

A/F ratio is the joke. but it has proven to be profitable. i have been swimmin upstream on this one but it is fun. no skin off my ars as i don't sell or use any of 'em. instead i tuned my intake for my altitude and cam.

it is simply a different point of view. i haven't found anyone with a /// or tuner or both that impressed me. :TgC_emoticon142: maybe the next 3 day event will bring someone? 22-24th i am always lookin to be impressed...but it has to be all around. trails, groups, 1/8 mile mud oval.
 

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RPM.... An a-Hole???? No way.... ;)
 

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Again, proving nothing.

First, Willy stated that "All pro engine builders use this software". He has not proven this at all. He has confirmed tha he is using the very most basic beginner level engine simulation software available.

Second, even if the "pro" engine builders were using this junk software, he couldn't prove it.

Just as I stated, he cannot backup anything, just statements with no fact, & lotsa total B/S.

He'll try & steer this conversation any way from away from proving anything, or even coming close to proving anything.

Does anyone have anything to help Willie back up his H/S?? He sure cannot.
right....i think anyone can see who is steering their inability to 'prove' anything. when MRR is losing a debate his only hope is to get the thread closed/locked. hehe not gonna play that game MRR.

he knows i am correct...he uses these techniks. hates it when it is in open discussion.

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right....i think anyone can see who is steering their inability to 'prove' anything. when MRR is losing a debate his only hope is to get the thread closed/locked. hehe not gonna play that game MRR.

he knows i am correct...he uses these techniks. hates it when it is in open discussion.

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What exactly are you correct about?? Try & prove any statements you have made.
 

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AFR is a valid indication of combustion. Air and fuel is what an engine lives and breathes on. Measuring the after effect and calculating it it is one of the best resources any one could have. Pressure of the intake, exhaust and chamber during combustion is another. (if you have $10 000). Exhaust temperature is good along with afr. But then that gets complicated to many.

The practicability of using afr to reference air and fuel is just as useful and accurate as calculating air with pressure and temperature. Its doing a calculation based on known facts.

Willy is about the only joke.
 

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dont really have nothing in mind except that both units i have are tuned correctly with mods they have on them. The wifes unit (800r) was backfiring (have HMF Performance slipon) evey now & then when going down hill but since then i added a dobeck tuner at which it solved the backfiring but sucking gas. Using 50% more gas( was around 25 mpg) than it did without a tuner. I've been talking with Dobeck & doing some trouble shooting with them on hers. On my unit (916cc), none of the issues you mentioned. Can't say much about the gas it uses (916), i get around 11MPG.
The best thing you could do for either is invest in some wideband equipment. And get your power you paid for and the gas mileage you don't want to pay for.
 

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i am correct about the fact that joe and i need to find a drag strip. we have killer quads with no one to prove it to. i ride with hundreds of quads but they are mostly stock with a couple of posers who won't run their stuff;;;;"i've got too much money in this thing..." blah, blah.

too bad i am a week away from Learjack!! i don't have that much time or ambition. LOL
 

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i am correct about the fact that joe and i need to find a drag strip. we have killer quads with no one to prove it to. i ride with hundreds of quads but they are mostly stock with a couple of posers who won't run their stuff;;;;"i've got too much money in this thing..." blah, blah.

too bad i am a week away from Learjack!! i don't have that much time or ambition. LOL
You butchered your quad because you don't know or understand how to tune it. It is "untrailable" in your words. Which means it runs like crap at certain throttle positions. And it overheats. Which means you are way too lean in spots.
 
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