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Dyno and remap at Hilltop

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Today I made the journey up to Hilltop to see what difference a remap would make to my bike. It is a 62 plate twin cam GSA with 13,400 miles on the clock. With a recent 12k service I thought now was the ideal time to get it done.

The initial dyno run came it with 83.96 bhp @ 7516 rpm at the wheel and a distinct dip at 4.5k rpm. The bike was also running lean throughout and especially so at 2.7 to 3.5k rpm.

After the remap the numbers showed 100.56 bhp at 7349 rpm at the wheel and no dips in the graph.

The result in rideability far outweighs the numbers and the bike is transformed. I'm very pleased with the result.
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