Cloud 9 - Areomyst's Super 9 Project (TSG Tuned)

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Postby mikal » Wed Sep 05, 2012 5:22 am

Looking good josh!

That exhaust port is massive!
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Postby Enviromoto » Wed Sep 05, 2012 9:41 am

What is that new part you just got in?

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Postby Areomyst » Wed Sep 05, 2012 9:59 am

Enviromoto wrote:What is that new part you just got in?


It's a 65 degree in-line thermostat, and also has a bung for a temp sensor. Since it came from Austrailia, it's going to help give my scooter the "Magic Kangaroo" jumping power that I've always wanted! Huzzah!

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Postby Enviromoto » Wed Sep 05, 2012 11:01 am

Wow thats very cool Mate 8)

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Postby Areomyst » Sun Oct 21, 2012 9:47 pm

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My Peace Pipe, built by John Koenig (190 Mech here on the fourm). It is serving me quite well!

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Stage 6 R/T 24mm with bellmouth and Malossi fuel tap.

The fuel tap works quite well! Don't forget to open the darned fuel valve before ripping it down the track. Otherwise, you will realize (as I did) that it does not leak at all in closed position, and your carb will run out of gas and you will loose the race! :P

There have been a few more small changes to my setup. I was able to improve the porting in the cylinder and the engine is now making 15 HP at 12,500 RPM. I left the transfers alone and raised the exhaust up to 194 degrees. I can probably push this up another 2 degrees, but for now I am going to focus on getting my CVT and ignition to where I feel like they are working well with the engine. I believe I am going to try another head design as well.

Till next time!

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Postby DanielO. » Sun Oct 21, 2012 11:38 pm

Awesome :twisted:

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Postby SLOWRIDER » Mon Oct 22, 2012 5:11 am

That's some very serious HP you have there i hope people give credit were its due on this engine, they arent easy to get cracking, i cant believe we have the same fuel tap.
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Postby 2strokd » Mon Oct 22, 2012 10:52 am

Im am very impressed with it! 10.3@over 60MPH is no joke!
Neither is 15hp :D ! Good work!
The CVT is seriously underestimated by some!
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Postby Areomyst » Mon Oct 22, 2012 7:43 pm

mikal wrote:Looking good josh!

That exhaust port is massive!


It's even more massive now, with still a little more room to go, but I'm going to leave it for a little while. I talked to my buddy Dan last night about cutting a new head, and we'll probably get that done this week.

DanielO. wrote:Awesome :twisted:

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SLOWRIDER wrote:That's some very serious HP you have there i hope people give credit were its due on this engine, they arent easy to get cracking, i cant believe we have the same fuel tap.

Thanks Jason! As you know I've poured a lot of heart and soul and even some knowledge into this build, and I'm quite pleased to get these kind of results out of an Airsal T6 Cylinder.

I had an order with SIP a while back, and didn't have enough to meet my minimum order, and I saw the fuel tap. It looked like it would fit, so I ordered it and figured I'd give it a try. I'm glad I did! It works like a charm on the Super 9.

2strokd wrote:Im am very impressed with it! 10.3@over 60MPH is no joke!
Neither is 15hp :D ! Good work!

Thanks Robert! I'm very excited about this thing, and can't wait to get the CVT a little better dialed in and give it another go.

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Postby Enviromoto » Mon Oct 22, 2012 8:12 pm

15hp is equal to the German midrace kits right?

Think of the potential!!!

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Postby waxhead » Tue Oct 23, 2012 7:28 pm

Depends on who you listen to. Some people will say that 15 hp is equal to about 25 on the european dynos. Personally I think its about the same as the euro dynos and thats an awesome job. I bet she is just the coolest thing to ride
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Postby Areomyst » Wed Oct 24, 2012 12:13 am

waxhead wrote:Depends on who you listen to. Some people will say that 15 hp is equal to about 25 on the european dynos. Personally I think its about the same as the euro dynos and thats an awesome job. I bet she is just the coolest thing to ride


It is indeed a blast to ride! As for the dynos, I know Stage 6 Development uses a Dynojet, and they're seeing 18 HP with the Stage 6 Racing MKII cylinder and R1400 exhaust.

18HP is actually one of my goals with this engine. I believe I can do it with the right setup and tuning. I'm not sure when I will get there, but I'm sure it's going to take a new head design, an ignition curve that works with my setup, and a little more porting.

I'll be sure to update when I get some more work done. :) This is getting fun! We were both getting some curious looks at the track (where there were mostly cars, and a few motorcycles).

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Postby mikal » Wed Oct 24, 2012 7:28 am

One of my favorite things about tricked out scooters is the absolute shock that some people have when they either hear them, or see them perform. I've had a couple people ask me, "what the hell did you do to that thing?".
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Postby Big B NRG » Thu Oct 25, 2012 11:53 am

Very nice Josh!

15 HP is a good start. If you want serious power and do not really care about driveability, go for big on the exhaust port (wide).


Good luck :)
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Postby Areomyst » Fri Oct 26, 2012 11:20 am

Big B NRG wrote:Very nice Josh!

15 HP is a good start. If you want serious power and do not really care about driveability, go for big on the exhaust port (wide).


Good luck :)


Thank you Bram! :) I think I'm getting close to making some real power with this thing. I will take some more time looking at the cylinder to see how much wider I can go. As-is it's a lot faster than it used to be, and it pulls nice and hard. My frankencylinder is a lot of fun, and I'm enjoying racing a whole lot.

Cheers!

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