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September 23rd, 2020, 12:40 AM   #1
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The right MJ

I would like to make sure that I mount the right MJ, and I thought of using an app that with the use of GPS monitors the acceleration time: I'll set the timer for 100-150 km/h, at 70 km/h i'll put the 6th and WOT, thus at 100 km/h the flow has stabilized and the test will not be affected by the response to the accelerator. I'll try on a flat road and change MJ on the spot.
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October 5th, 2020, 01:04 PM   #2
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It wasn't necessary to use a stopwatch to find the right MJ. It was enough for me to empty the tank and put in the petrol purchased during the day, to make MJ jumps of + three sizes and then again + three sizes to understand that the engine needs less fuel. Test from 160 to 168 no improvement, 175 the bike is slower. Then i mount 158 ​​much better than 160. 155 seems to be equal to 158. 152 the bike is slower. If I take a time test it will be between 155 and 158, the others clearly do less. Now with stock fs ratios and OBEKR MJ 155 needle the bike rears up in 4th gear simply by turning the throttle, in 5th giving a jerk, and in 6th giving a strong jerk at about 100 km / h

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