Arrow Racing Collectors

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Waynus
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Re: Arrow Racing Collectors

Post by Waynus » Mon Oct 14, 2013 6:19 pm

It is indeed.
And I gave up trying to put it back in its clip.
I hereby swear to almighty Goddess Nuda that I will ride her as hard as I can and have all things needed to keep her running in peak form taking me to new heights everyday. Amen.

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Re: Arrow Racing Collectors

Post by Nuda T » Tue Mar 03, 2015 7:56 am

Ok chaps, I'm a bit confused.
If you running the full Arrows collectors and PCV, are you still using the O2 sensor or not?

My bike has just had an PCV fitted and a full Arrows system, and the dealer removed the O2 sensor.
Is this right?

Secondly I'm looking for anyone with a good map for bottom end and midrange, as my present map seems to have lost a fair grunt of bottom end and add a bit to the top only.

Any one got any dyno graphs of a Arrows full set and PCV for me to compare th curved to mine
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Re: Arrow Racing Collectors

Post by CSL » Tue Mar 03, 2015 11:00 am

The O2 censor has to be disconnected with a PCV.

Here is the graph of the map I use.

I have uploaded the map for you, use at your own risk. Click on this link to download: http://reel.tv/uploads/LV_No_Baffle.pvm.zip
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Re: Arrow Racing Collectors

Post by Waynus » Tue Mar 03, 2015 6:17 pm

I still have the sensor connected on mine.
What did you do?
Plug the hole in the collectors with a bolt?
And just let the sensor hanging there?
I guess the sensor would still collect data unless it's disconnected from the ecu, right?
I hereby swear to almighty Goddess Nuda that I will ride her as hard as I can and have all things needed to keep her running in peak form taking me to new heights everyday. Amen.

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Re: Arrow Racing Collectors

Post by Waynus » Tue Mar 03, 2015 6:25 pm

Oh wait I forgot I did follow the manual and disconnected the sensor...
Without error codes on the dash.
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Re: Arrow Racing Collectors

Post by Nuda T » Wed Mar 04, 2015 9:16 am

Thanks Waynus,
Yes we plugged the hole and no erro codes on the dash.
My custom map was done by a local tuner here. I am going to make a turn past him again in the week and ask him to look at the bottom end power loss again
Cheers
Tony

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Re: Arrow Racing Collectors

Post by Nuda T » Wed Mar 04, 2015 9:22 am

Thanks CSL,
We will try that map ASAP on the Dyno and see how it compares

Cheers
Tony

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Re: Arrow Racing Collectors

Post by Erok68 » Sat Jun 13, 2015 11:50 pm

Fitted mine today with no hassle at all
Video here
http://youtu.be/qfzya11De7I

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Re: Arrow Racing Collectors

Post by Juvkam » Sun Jun 14, 2015 9:10 am

Nice Erok68, i see yours have that bend much spoken of. Now im curious if your header will scrape on corners as mentioned earlier?
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Re: Arrow Racing Collectors

Post by Zorg » Sun Jun 14, 2015 11:32 am

Nuda T, your red map graph is not looking good :( . It's about 8bhp less at 4k and less than the first run all up until 7k. I advise guys should do a dyno run on standard parts so you have a stock map to go by and compare. Does the tuner think he's maping an inline 4?
On my bike the blue is stock headers and ecu.
The red is Titanium decat, deflap headers and Powercommander. Both had same Akra end can.
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