From electronic ignition to electronic fuel injection, slipper clutches to traction control, todayAs motorcycles are made up of much more than an engine, frame, and two wheels. And, just as the bikes themselves have changed, so have the tools with which we tune them. How to Tune and Modify Motorcycle Engine Management Systems addresses all of a modern motorcycleAs engine-control systems and tells you how to get the most out of todayAs bikes. Topics covered include: How fuel injection works Aftermarket fuel injection systems Open-loop and closed-loop EFI systems Fuel injection products and services Tuning and troubleshooting Getting more power from your motorcycle engine Diagnostic tools Electronic throttle control (ETC) Knock control systems Modern fuels Interactive computer-controlled exhaust systemsTn 1981, the Kawasaki GPZT 100 made around 109 horsepower; it too used EFT, although the system was based on automotive designs of the day. It used a mechanical/ electric vane airflow (VAF) sensor that had a flapper door that opened based on airflow into the engine. ... chaina all cutting-edge technologies at the time. SUZUKI A Mikuni-Bosch L-jetronic injection system was featured on Suzukia#39;s. 17.
|Title||:||How to Tune and Modify Motorcycle Engine Management Systems|
|Publisher||:||MotorBooks International - 2012-04-29|