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June 21st, 2010, 07:38 PM   #11
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

I havent lost the cap, just interested if removal makes any difference other than a few more dB.
Seemed to accelerate slightly faster? I only had it out for a very short blat about 5 mins
I have also noticed it does vibrate loose, am thinking a dob of loctite will do the trick.
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June 21st, 2010, 08:17 PM   #12
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

Loctite doesn't help.

No difference in power.
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June 21st, 2010, 09:25 PM   #13
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Thanks, No extra ponies......... I will wire it into position....
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June 21st, 2010, 09:34 PM   #14
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

Originally Posted by Davo

It would be good if:

Someone put the EFI bike on a dyno with an Air/Fuel Ratio meter up the exhaust and see if it runs lean when you take the air filter out. Must be a good Air/Fuel Ratio meter like Autronic, Motec, or Innovate Motorsports.



I did some dyno runs a couple weeks ago. 2010 570. I think it has the Ca. green map. Usa model that I bought in the crate from a dealer going out of business. Bike is completely stock except the little screen on the end of the muffler. I usually "pack out" everything I "pack in" when I go riding but it is lost on the trail somewhere. Anyways, baseline A/F was 13.0. With the seat off it went to 13.4. Dyno is at 5,000 ft. el.
I haven't switched to the "competition map" as I want to find out if I can switch back if I don't like it. I need to install my Innovate wide-band first to see how she is tuned. I get pretty good milage if I short-shift and conserve fuel.
The programmer is pretty pricey but has some good features but doesn't have some it should have came with for $$. You can not adjust the ignition timing. It data logs and has a bunch of memory but does not log the Air Fuel ratio. There is more "cells" to adjust than the Yamaha or Honda tools. This is better but if you don't know what your doing it will get you in more trouble. I think I would rather try the comp map and see if that gives it enough fuel to do the seat mod. I ordered a DNA filter and will do a base line run again with the comp map then see what the filter can bring me. My goal is more mid range and top end without sacrificing the low end tractability. If I could get another 4-5hp with the seat mod and DNA filter I would be tickled blue . Don't want to resort to a full exhaust cause more hp there will equal more noise.
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June 21st, 2010, 10:03 PM   #15
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

Thanks for the advise, that wouldbe a great aim more mid range more top end without sacrificing the bottom end chug.
Will have a look at the seat mod and DNA filter, probably as good as its going to get without spending significant $$$.
Does not really need any more hp ( cant use all of whats there now! I do use most of it!) but it would be nice to know theres more there.
Will let you know how the seat mod and filter change goes, Probably will take it to the shop to get the mods checked in the absence of the mapping tool.
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June 22nd, 2010, 12:01 AM   #16
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

you can buy a vortex x10 performance ecu which replaces standard ecu just plug in and it does ignition maps and fuel maps it has 10 allready programed in which have been tested on dyno and track tested the unit is about $860 australian with map switch that you can change on the fly you can allso purchase the software to tune it on a dyno is there any one using this ecu ? you can veiw the ecu on the vortex ignitions web site .
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June 22nd, 2010, 05:20 AM   #17
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

Are you guys racing supermoto or something? I was a little disappointed in the out put of my 570 until I realized it was just deceiving in it's power delivery. The bikes are fast, but don't feel fast. Once I stopped comparing it to my 505, I started liking it a lot more. I recently got the holeshot against a gate full of MX450s. It was a long run to the first turn too. I also like how the air filter stays cleaner and is less likely to get drowned in wet conditions.
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

Originally Posted by Serpexc
Are you guys racing supermoto or something?
Me? No. But I am thinking of selling my Ducati and getting some SM wheels for the 570 (among a lot of other farkles). If I put the bike on the street then I would want a bit more power - coming off a Ducati with 40 more HP (albeit on a bike that is 200 pounds heavier) has accustomed me to wanting the bike to have a certain amount of power above 60 MPH - especially in traffic. The 570 as it sits doesn't have that.

Also, I really want one of these for the winter:



and snow takes a lot of power - from what I have read it feels like you have about 50% less power.

For my trail riding I don't need more power - I have plenty there.
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June 22nd, 2010, 08:15 AM   #19
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

Originally Posted by aquajett
you can buy a vortex x10 performance ecu which replaces standard ecu just plug in and it does ignition maps and fuel maps it has 10 allready programed in which have been tested on dyno and track tested the unit is about $860 australian with map switch that you can change on the fly you can allso purchase the software to tune it on a dyno is there any one using this ecu ? you can veiw the ecu on the vortex ignitions web site .
cheers aquajett
I didn't see anything on their site about EFI or Husaberg.
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June 22nd, 2010, 01:54 PM   #20
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Re: Improving air flow into air box 09 570 Berg

Hi codemonkey this is the website address www.vortexcdi.com
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