Hard to start 08 990 Not typical.

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Re: Hard to start 08 990 Not typical.

Postby DukeNukem999 » Sun Mar 04, 2018 11:43 pm

Sounds promising..... good luck !
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Re: Hard to start 08 990 Not typical.

Postby McDuder » Fri Mar 23, 2018 10:17 pm

It is Friday evening, March 23, I received a call from the shop. Chad thought a part of the "Hard Start" was due to the Shorai.

But the old 08, 990 had numerous little problems. He deleted all of the smog plumbing, installed the Rottweiler Intake. Then it was Dyno tuned. All dynos read a little differently. But he said it made as much hp and to as an R. (Back when the Rs were significantly hotter)

The price was surprisingly reasonable. However due to global warming, the temperatures tomorrow are going to be about 20 lower than normal, so I'll have to wait a few days to try it out.

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Re: Hard to start 08 990 Not typical.

Postby Aphex » Sat Mar 24, 2018 11:51 pm

Hell of a deal!

I'd love to see that dyno sheet if you can get a copy.

Not saying your bullshitting or anything I just really like seeing and comparing them from other 990 posted here.

Looking to get mine dyno'd soon after I install this PCV and autotune.
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Re: Hard to start 08 990 Not typical.

Postby McDuder » Fri Mar 30, 2018 1:57 am

Apnea, I've tried to post pics, to no avail.

The bike made 114.5 hp, and 70 lb ft tq. The lines are very smooth, no dips, or valleys. It has rained practically nonstop for the past week and a half. I sure will be glad when that damn global warming kicks in.

If you're really interested, I can em ail pics of the Dyno run. You'd have to pm your email add to me.

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Re: Hard to start 08 990 Not typical.

Postby Spike_africa » Thu Apr 26, 2018 2:16 pm

Hell yeah. Sounds like it's going to be fun.
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Re: Hard to start 08 990 Not typical.

Postby Aphex » Thu Apr 26, 2018 2:22 pm

McDuder wrote:I received a call from the mechanic. The bike had numerous little things wrong with it. Vacuume leak, throttle bodies out of sync, canister delete was not assembled correctly, something with the ECU.

He's going to order the Rottweiler intake. He's going to delete all excess plumbing. Then Dyno Tune it. I told him This thing has probably not been right since it left Mattagoffen.


Hopefully this sorts it!
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