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Hey Goose and others.

As you may recall, I recently had a thread with similar content. I'd like to join you guys, but dont know if I qualify. AFAIK, the mill on the HP2 is very much the same as the GS/GSA, but with a different flywheel? Would you be interested in my attendance and subsequent results of your experiment?

{Note Well: I am not after a free Dyno-test. I'll be more than happy to pay full price.}


Berm ou maat - selfde enjin...... selfde info wat ons soek. Jy soek natuurlik net 'n uitnodiging om weer innie Kaap te kom kuier ne!   :mwink:

Jy sal baie welkom wees!

As dit die mooi woord vir "n verskoning" is, ja! :evil:

Baie dankie. Ek gaan kyk hoe ek my pad kan oop sien daai naweek. Kan jy my die tyd en addres laat weet asb.

Vir jou rekord solank:
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We are looking at Saturday 22nd May at
 
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Look forward to seeing you there...... well from early in the morning I suppose!!!!
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What's that, like 0800 to 1200?

Early Sat morning= Leave MB Friday anoon and return Sat after lunch. Or, depart MB at sparrow's on Sat and return Sun morn.

I dont wanna leave my ladies for more than 1 night. :sad:
 

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Thanks Goose.....Ek het darem al 'n Job kaart laat oop maak by Auto Alpina en met elke service hulle daarvan vertel....Diagnostcs is ook al gedoen....Word net vertel niks kan verder gedoen word nie....Sal defintief wag vir julle results en hulle dan weer gaan aanspreek!! :thumleft:
 

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Thanks Goose.....Ek het darem al 'n Job kaart laat oop maak by Auto Alpina en met elke service hulle daarvan vertel....Diagnostcs is ook al gedoen....Word net vertel niks kan verder gedoen word nie....Sal defintief wag vir julle results en hulle dan weer gaan aanspreek!! :thumleft:


Jy moet seker maak dat daai compliant op die rekord is hoor. Het al gehoor van ouens wat se (met my en Opel gebeur) dat daar geen rekord van die issue is nie...  :-\
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What's that, like 0800 to 1200?

Early Sat morning= Leave MB Friday anoon and return Sat after lunch. Or, depart MB at sparrow's on Sat and return Sun morn.

I dont wanna leave my ladies for more than 1 night. :sad:


I think it's going to be more like 8am - 4pm.... but that's going to be Wrench's call mate and also depends on how many bikes there are!  Do you need a place to sleep over?  :P
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Do you need a place to sleep over?  :P

Probably will do. Are you offering? :mwink: I'll let you know. :thumleft:
 

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Transporter en my bike gaan Vrydag in vir Powercommanders  :thumleft:

Nie een van ons twee se bikes ping nie, maar dit gaan net sorg dat ons max uit die full system pype kry.
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Transporter en my bike gaan Vrydag in vir Powercommanders  :thumleft:

Nie een van ons twee se bikes ping nie, maar dit gaan net sorg dat ons max uit die full system pype kry.

You two now gatvol of being drilled by Katooms? :pot: :biggrin:
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Transporter en my bike gaan Vrydag in vir Powercommanders  :thumleft:

Nie een van ons twee se bikes ping nie, maar dit gaan net sorg dat ons max uit die full system pype kry.

You two now gatvol of being drilled by Katooms? :pot: :biggrin:

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Interesting thread about the "Accelerator" for the GS's ................

http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthread.php?t=230126
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Ons twee se GSA's is gister gedoen. WOW!

Nee wat, geld werd  :thumleft:  :thumleft:
 

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Ons twee se GSA's is gister gedoen. WOW!

Nee wat, geld werd  :thumleft:  :thumleft:


Soek nie "WOW" nie Manic...............  >:(  gee vir ons die print-outs wat gedoen was om die unit. Dit behoort jou air/fuel mixtures aan te dui.... soek daai data met seer hart asb man!
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Die ou se printer wa sgebreek tjom. Wou dit bitter graag gehad het belowe jou!!!

Met die Full System pyp, CAT mos removed, met airfilter was die Air/fuel 12. something gewees. So hy was ryk, plaas van Lean soos ek gedink het hy gaan wees! Hy het dit 13. something gestel.

Hy se sy eerlike opinie is 14 spmething is te Lean. Wel dit is sy opinie.

Damn man ek wou daai printouts gehad het  >:D  >:D

My en Transporter se bikes was presies dieselfde op die before runs. Presies! Ek het net so ekstra paar perde gekry op after run, ou se dis my dubbel pype wat die verskil maak.
 

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Die ou se printer wa sgebreek tjom. Wou dit bitter graag gehad het belowe jou!!!

Met die Full System pyp, CAT mos removed, met airfilter was die Air/fuel 12. something gewees. So hy was ryk, plaas van Lean soos ek gedink het hy gaan wees! Hy het dit 13. something gestel.

Hy se sy eerlike opinie is 14 spmething is te Lean. Wel dit is sy opinie.

Damn man ek wou daai printouts gehad het  >:D  >:D

My en Transporter se bikes was presies dieselfde op die before runs. Presies! Ek het net so ekstra paar perde gekry op after run, ou se dis my dubbel pype wat die verskil maak.

The afr was rich 12. something, because the lambda probes would have been unplugged which forces the ECU into open loop.
Who fitted and mapped your bikes?
 

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Why do you say the probes was unplugged? Nothing was unplugged on our bikes? Our full sytem still have the lambda probes in.

Justin in Benoni did our bikes. He was workshop foreman at Auto Alpina. He has a Dyno machine in his shop plus all the BMW diagnostic machines.
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We went for the Wunderlich fuel controller in the end.

Hp and Nm gains is useless in my opinion, although there was a lekka gain.

You can feel the extra power going through the gears  :drif:

I took it for a 400km ride yesterday after we did the chip, tar, flat out on the straights. But, this is what made a difference for me.

1. At high speed my temp gauge use to go up about two blocks. Now it stays normal.

2. At high speed my fuel consmption was around 9,8L per 100 according to the onboard computer. Now it is 7.5L per 100km.

3.The bike would top out at around 215kph on the speedo, now it goes past 220kph on speedo with the rev counter almost touching the redline.

4. At first if I'm at 180, and open the last bit of throttle, nothing happened power wise, you could just see the speedo climbing. Now at 180 I can FEEL something happening when I open up!

5.To stay at 200kph, my throttle was almost wide open, now at 200 I close the throttle way more, and still stay at 200kph.

6. Cruising at a steady 120kph the computer shows me 4.2L per 100. Something I never got at 120.
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Why do you say the probes was unplugged? Nothing was unplugged on our bikes? Our full sytem still have the lambda probes in.

Justin in Benoni did our bikes. He was workshop foreman at Auto Alpina. He has a Dyno machine in his shop plus all the BMW diagnostic machines.

Normally when a Dynojet Powercommander is fitted you would need to unplug the probes so it does not cancel out what the powercommander is trying to do.
 

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Why do you say the probes was unplugged? Nothing was unplugged on our bikes? Our full sytem still have the lambda probes in.

Justin in Benoni did our bikes. He was workshop foreman at Auto Alpina. He has a Dyno machine in his shop plus all the BMW diagnostic machines.

Normally when a Dynojet Powercommander is fitted you would need to unplug the probes so it does not cancel out what the powercommander is trying to do.

Oh ok. But we went for the Wunderlich one instead  :thumleft: