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51Back to top Go down    Re: K1100 ecu into K100. on Sun Apr 03, 2016 5:57 am

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Jumping back in, the idea for using the 16v fueling system was to be able to remap. I had the bike on a dyno and although it made 89bhp at the rear wheel, fueling was all over the place as 8v and 16v motors just don't work the same.
The guy who's meant to be able to remap gave me the run around and unfortunately, it didn't get done.
I used the original injector ports in the head and fitted 1100 TB's into the 8 valve inlet stubs with the 1st portion of the airbox on top with fresh air feeding the 80mm-is opening.
Unless you can get the 16v ECU mapped, it's not exactly a pointless exercise but full potential can't be achieved.

I've gone for a K1100RS spec with 1200 cams, skimmed head, 1200 oil/water pump to run an oil cooler, lightened crank and pressure fed airbox. I do have some 1200 TB's but I want to see how the fueling goes before I fit them as they are quite a bit larger.

We'll see how it goes.

    

52Back to top Go down    Re: K1100 ecu into K100. on Tue Apr 05, 2016 6:35 am

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@Motorbike Mike wrote:Jumping back in, the idea for using the 16v fueling system was to be able to remap. I had the bike on a dyno and although it made 89bhp at the rear wheel, fueling was all over the place as 8v and 16v motors just don't work the same.
The guy who's meant to be able to remap gave me the run around and unfortunately, it didn't get done.
I used the original injector ports in the head and fitted 1100 TB's into the 8 valve inlet stubs with the 1st portion of the airbox on top with fresh air feeding the 80mm-is opening.
Unless you can get the 16v ECU mapped, it's not exactly a pointless exercise but full potential can't be achieved.

I've gone for a K1100RS spec with 1200 cams, skimmed head, 1200 oil/water pump to run an oil cooler, lightened crank and pressure fed airbox. I do have some 1200 TB's but I want to see how the fueling goes before I fit them as they are quite a bit larger.

We'll see how it goes.

Have you got a post/thread/blog about this project of yours mate?

Very curious....

EDIT: Ohhhh your talking about your Cobas replica? gotcha

On a side note, will an 8v head bolt right up to a 1100 engine and not have piston clearance issues etc?


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53Back to top Go down    Re: K1100 ecu into K100. on Tue Apr 05, 2016 6:59 am

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No they dont fit the piston crowns where the valve recesses are are not the same and bent valves would be the order of the day.


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54Back to top Go down    Re: K1100 ecu into K100. on Tue Apr 05, 2016 8:44 am

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aye to that


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