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    Hp4 Decat and remap

    Made the decision to fit a decat pipe to the HP4, after fitting it the bike sounds great but felt a little lagging on acceleration from 5-6k. Took the bike for a remap and from the initial run my thoughts were confirmed with a drop at 5-6k revs then picking up again.

    Remap completed and the power curve is now so smooth.

    Whilst the remap was being completed the JG speed fit mechanics who were there changed the engine in one of there zx10's which was having a couple of runs on the dyno.

    It was rather funny when the mechanics saw the power curve of my bike and the fact of how consistent it was through the entire rev range.

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    Re: Hp4 Decat and remap

    What were the dyno figures like? Mines decatted and hasn't been remapped, sounds very much the same 5-6k range lull I have.

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    Re: Hp4 Decat and remap

    Jay you are correct from what i was told, they have put a overlap in the injectors to ensure no drop in power, i will get the curves uploaded, the bike is making 199 at the rear wheel. the JG speedfit bike made 225 at the wheel just before my bike was on so think the numbers are right.

    Soon I think for the money and the time its work doing with how much better the bike feels.

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    Re: Hp4 Decat and remap

    How much was the remap and where did you go to get it done?

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    Re: Hp4 Decat and remap

    Quote Originally Posted by soofsayer View Post
    How much was the remap and where did you go to get it done?
    I would also like to know this.

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    Re: Hp4 Decat and remap

    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan c View Post
    I would also like to know this.
    snap i want to know to, i'm getting mine de catted soon and re map sounds like a good idea

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    Re: Hp4 Decat and remap

    Quote Originally Posted by s1k View Post
    snap i want to know to, i'm getting mine de catted soon and re map sounds like a good idea
    What exhaust would you go for?

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    Re: Hp4 Decat and remap

    Same Same

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    Re: Hp4 Decat and remap

    Please read the linked thread. Thank you.

    https://s1000rrforum.co.uk/showthrea...hlight=Hilltop
    Last edited by RyS1000RR; 12th April 2018 at 10:22 PM.

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    Re: Hp4 Decat and remap

    Please read the linked thread. Thank you.

    https://s1000rrforum.co.uk/showthrea...hlight=Hilltop
    Last edited by RyS1000RR; 12th April 2018 at 10:24 PM.

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