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Any update at all with the PC development for the 2018 CB1000R?
I’m dropping my CB off at Dynojet on Thursday. They’ll be using my bike for a week to develop the new PowerCommander. I’ll keep this thread up to date with any updates
 

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Dropped off My CB with Richard at DynoJet today. Great chat about the possibilities for it and he was just as interested in me to see how it was delivering the power in comparison the the previous generation model that they've done loads of work on. He's going to be keeping me up to date on the progress over the next week or so.

Looking forward to seeing and feeling the results
 

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Dropped off My CB with Richard at DynoJet today. Great chat about the possibilities for it and he was just as interested in me to see how it was delivering the power in comparison the the previous generation model that they've done loads of work on. He's going to be keeping me up to date on the progress over the next week or so.

Looking forward to seeing and feeling the results
Looking forward to hearing about the results, thanks for keeping us updated.
 

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Had lots of chats with Richard about the progress of my CB1000R and the development of the new PowerCommander. All I can say so far is that the new bike is a very different beat to the older generation and that the results are looking promising.

As soon as I have graphs, numbers and details I'll update this thread and "The Anvil" thread too.

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That's like waving an Xmas present in front of a 5 year old at the start of November ��
Hope you're happy with the results!
All I’m saying so far is that the new NSC is a way more complex bike in comparison to the previous version. What previously worked hasn’t so has required more in depth development . Hopefully I’ll have the graphs tomorrow
 

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All I’m saying so far is that the new NSC is a way more complex bike in comparison to the previous version. What previously worked hasn’t so has required more in depth development . Hopefully I’ll have the graphs tomorrow
:D Good man!!! :thumbup
 

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Here we go peeps. Graphs fresh over from Richard at DynoJet:

2018 Akro baffled system vs 2016 end can and decat:

2018 akro baf sys vs 2016 can and decat.png

2018 CB1000R:

CB1000R 2018.png
 

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From what I understand all the graph curves are with a PCV map but I'll check

Were these maps run against the different modes? Sport and Standard would be the ones most interesting.


Regardless a big thanks for getting this done. Looks like a good start.

Does DynoJet believe there is anything left to improve on?
 

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Looks promising as far as I can tell anyway. Full Akra system seems to have smoothed out the mid-range lull somewhat. Wondering why there is such a difference with the torque and power curves between 3000 - 4500 RPM? Will be interesting to see Crispy's seat of your pants impression.

Thanks for the effort you have put in to share.
 

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So, the progress of the PowerCommander development for the 2018 CB1000R has hit the buffers. After Richard at DynoJet put in a LOT of work it has turned out that the 2018 CB1000R doesn't work with the PC in the same way as so many models of bike previously. Richard was concerned that within a very short time the bike would throw out error codes and this isn't how DynoJet want their products to leave them. The power, torque and graphs show that there's great gains to be had. So, the bike is coming back home and then in early January it's going back to DynoJet to explore another route.

I want to say a massive thank you to Richard for all his work so far. Watch this space for the next stage. All being well the CB will feel and perform like a new bike!
 
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