HM Annitori RL Quickshifter Test + GP Reverse shifting cbr1000rr
Testing new shifter i installed yesterday. I didnt like Medium and Low
settings. Low settings it feels like you have to stomp down on the
shifter. Medium feels ok but High Sensitivity settings did it for me.
just tap down and the shifts are seamless, even during cornering. i found
out the shifter works best in WOT / Full Throttle situation.
-Giles GP Reverse shifter
-HM Annitori rl quickshifter
Bikers 74 - Honda CBR 1000RR RL, S1000RR Burnout, Suzuki Wheelie, Yamaha, Kawasaki & More Superbikes
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Bikers HD 74 - On the video:
00:00 Honda CBR 600RR, Yamaha R6, Suzuki GSXR, Honda CBR 250R burnout, CBR
1000RR, CB600F Hornet, BMW S1000RR, Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R;
00:49 Honda CBR600RR & Hornet RL and Wheelie;
00:59 BMW S1000RR Burnout;
01:12 Honda CBR 1000RR HRC RL & Hornet;
Video Compilation edited by Ed Cunha - Filmed by EdCunha
Camera: Canon SX40 HS - Filmed in 1080p Full HD
Curitiba, Paraná, Brasil
GSXR 1000 K9 0-300 in 12sec (BAD SOUND) Acceleration + Quick Shifter Sound
Performance: 0-100 = 2.5sec
0-200 = 6.4sec
0-300 = 12.2sec
TOP Speed: 352km/h GPS Valid also no Rev Limitter Due to the reflashed ECU
((((((( 204RWHP & 97lbf·ft of
Tow Brother Exhoust ( NO CAT ).
Bazzaz Quick Shifter.
Custom Fuel Mapping (Extremely Rich).
AMRR Spark plugs.
Greddy Ram Air Kit.
It's Putting 204Hp @ The Wheel + 97lbf·ft of torque
2006 Honda CBR1000RR - Fireblade
My new CBR1000RR, just got it from the dealer after purchased it a few days
ago. I rode it around Geoje Island, S.Korea and I must say, I need and must
give the RR a lot of respect on the road because it has so much power in
Sorry for the crappy video, will shoot it in the open during daylight for
better lighting and sound.
Taken using Sony A77 with DT35mm f1.8 lens
Dynojet Research PowerCommander PCV 5 Five
Dan Berkes of DynoJet
meets with Kyle Bradshaw of www.CruiserCusotmizing.com to talk about the
Power Commander V and its features and benefits.
The New Power Commander V is loaded with tons of new features. It is
compatible with 2009 and newer bike models.
Check out Kyle's Tip of the Week and learn how to map your new Power
• Reduced size from PCIIIusb (less than half of the size of PCIII)
• USB powered from computer (9 volt adapter is no longer needed for
• 2 position map switching function built in (map switch not included)
• Gear input (allows for map adjustment based on gear and speed)
• Analog input (allows user to install any 0-5 volt sensor and build an
adjustment table based on its input such as Boost or temperature)
• With gear position input connected the PCV is capable of allowing each
cylinder to be mapped individually and for each gear (for example: on a 4
cylinder bike with a six speed transmission there could be up to 24
separate fuel tables).
• Unit has a -100/+250% fuel change range (up from -100/+100%). This
allows more adjustment range for 8 injector sportbikes
• 10 throttle position columns (up from 9 on PCIIIusb)
• Enhanced "accel pump" utility (increased adjustment and sensitivity
Power Commander - Auto Tune Testing
In this video I show you how to make sure your Auto Tune is working, and to
make sure that you've got your switch (if you have one) in the right
position. This was done on a 2009 CBR1000RR ABS, with a TaylorMade slip-on,
Bazzaz Z-Bomb, BMC Air Filter, and a full PC-V setup. Basically I bump the
air/fuel ratio to about 20 (lambda to about 1.4'ish) by removing 30% of the
fuel at idle. Don't do this for very long, as running this lean can destroy
your engine after extended periods. You'll see that my PC-V is only
removing 20%, and that's because the Auto Tune is currently configured to
only allow 20% in either direction. This is a safe-guard for the people who
don't install a switch. The bike wont leave them stranded if the O2 sensor
goes haywire, because it will still run close enough to 1.0 lambda that you
can at least get home.
Quickshifter von Repsol
Bit of an intro to a new toy - HM Quickshifter plus.
And a very sad 4 laps of Silverstone, 2 sighting laps, a warm up lap and a
red flag...Thats it!
One day maybe it won't rain when I attend a TD.