Sean's R1 Powered Desert Rail (17th)

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Sean's R1 Powered Desert Rail (17th)

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Engine:
2003 Yamaha 998cc R1 (1st Bike engine).
16T Turbo
Two Injectors Per Cylinder
Hand Fabricated Sheet Metal Intake

ECU:
PowerEFI-F16 Running FreeEMS

FreeEMS additions:
XGATE Sequential + Staged Injection (1st)
MAF Fueling Algorithm (1st)

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Initial test run: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89UD5YJuqyY

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Congrats man! Needs more pics of the actual rail! :-p

Also, I thought an F16 was some sort of jet plane? :-p

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This could be the first engine to be ran by FreeEMS that drinks JET-A ?

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Congrats on the MAF Lazy Mobster. 8-)
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More pics of rail definately required!
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Naw the first FreeEMS engine to drink JET-A will prob be my truck :)

I suppose the name came from a few factors. I wanted a name that people could identify with(I'll admit it's a bit USAish). Fighter jets are know for being lean, mean, capable machines. I chose the F16 because I want to support 16 injector channels(fairly common requirement on overgrown *big-blocks, plus it put the "nay-sayers" dicks in the dirt).
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This makes me very happy.
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Some test and tuning. The engine tune seems to be pretty much dialed in, it didn't require any changes to the MAF table. Both injector sets are reading too high a duty-cycle for my liking, such is E85 I guess haha.

I clearly need to revalve the shocks, esp the rebound.

http://youtu.be/B9BN4i-rWnE
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Sean0 wrote:Some test and tuning. The engine tune seems to be pretty much dialed in, it didn't require any changes to the MAF table. Both injector sets are reading too high a duty-cycle for my liking, such is E85 I guess haha.

I clearly need to revalve the shocks, esp the rebound.

http://youtu.be/B9BN4i-rWnE
no changes to maf transfer function and being able to change to different injector sets says a lot imo.
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The change was not the injectors, it was 7500 feet in elevation. I NEED to change one of the sets though. Maybe you can help me scout around? They are the skinny nippon-denso type. I currently have an orange set and a dark blue set. The *orange set is the primary and it's also the set it idles on. I'm showing .9 lambda at idle with a 2.1mS(3.1 effective), so there seems to be room to go to a bigger injector without creating a messy situation. Or maybe leave that set and just get a BIG set for the secondaries, that's prob the better thing to do......
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