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GT-Rx® CNC air box ring - Griso & Stelvio

Discussion in 'GT-Rx® CNC' started by GTM®, Nov 19, 2009.

  1. GTM®

    GTM® Administrator Staff Member GT di Razza Pura

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    I have a few of the GT-Rx CNC lid rings left as shown below. Cost is $65 + shipping. Fuel manipulation is mandatory. Contact me direct e-mail info/to order; Todd at GuzziTech.com

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  2. MarcoRod

    MarcoRod Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    Hi Todd -

    I purchased one of these from you but haven't installed it yet. What do you mean fuel manipulation is mandatory?
     
  3. GTM®

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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    Low speed fueling will be quite horrible, likely hardly ride-able, with this (only) installed.
     
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    marcus_b Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    How much would it be to sort the fueling? Is this done via a Power Comander or is it possible to just get the stock ECU re-flashed with a modified map?
     
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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    Oops. Guess I'll have to drop a G on the PC_V solution.
     
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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    Todd I haven't done my PCV /AT install yet, plan to next week. Since I got the CNC ring after you sent the PCV will the base map you installed in the PCV be OK or do I need a different base map ? BTW the ring is a beautiful piece of craftsmanship and the air sensor plugged right in.
    Question the bike is in undress mode Tank off, upper fairings off, air box off. What is the best way to tackle the ECU removal ?
     
  7. dloftus

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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    Is this a Griso? If so, ECU is behind the front forks. There is a plastic cover held on by two bolts and the ECU has two bolts and a ground strap connected to it. The harness has some clamps that rotate 90 degrees in order to disconnect them from the ECU. I posted this a few weeks ago:
    https://www.guzzitech.com/forum/164/3475.html

    It has a picture showing the ECU cover (#8).
     
  8. GTM®

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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    Thanks, draidt has a Norge. I just stickied the ECU removal thread in the Norge Tech section.

    Marco, want to be the first to try my ECU flash? $640 + shipping. Otherwise, looks like I will be doing another run of PC-V. Check in on the PC-V R2.0 thread in the main section.
     
  9. draidt

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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    Todd

    Do you have an updated PCV map for the Norge with CNC open air box and aftermarket pipe ? If you do I would like to get it in before I crank er up for the first time and eliminate most of the Auto Tune trim updates, caused by the open air box.
     
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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    Just received the air box ring and filter today. Looks great and really cleans things up. Looks like rain tomorrow, test ride is going to have to wait.

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    Thanks Chris, hopefully early next year I'll get some dyno documentation done... for sure it's beneficial as the Cali airbox lid mod was.
     
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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    All, I have ONE (1) ring and BMC filter left.
    $60 ring + $80 for the filter = $145 shipped for both only.
     
  13. Griso Guy

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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    How is it that so many of you Griso owners are having fuel or throttle problems when you remove the top if the airbox. I have yet to have any sort of problems at all with fuel or throttle issues. I have had my Griso's airbox completely removed and running fantastic, except for the immobilizer aerial which will be replaced this week early so I can head to Indy, KS, SD, & to WY.
    If there are any doubters or any questions, I bought my Guzzi in N. Central AZ at an elevation of 5200' started my enhancements there, now at 400' elevation, still no problems. Rev's real quick and runs real strong.
    If your'scare running fat than I would have to say there is a problem with the O2 sensor not working properly. O2 sensors are designed to compensate for any changes in fuel delivery.
    Be advised, that if your immobilizer aerial is routed over top of the frame tube brace behind the ignition switch. If it is, reroute it off to the side of the switch. This will keep it from stretching or from being crushed.
     
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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    These are now back in stock, but I have a limited few. Contact me direct to order, pricing is listed in the above thread. Direct e-mail Todd at GuzziTech.com
     
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    Hey,
    Is this a K&N Filter on your Griso? Where can I buy one?

    DC
     
  16. GTM®

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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    Chris installed my CNC air-bx lid and BMC filter. I have them in stock. Contact me direct e-mail.
     
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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    Regarding Fueling, is the ECU reflash sufficient or do you need the PCV to use the air box mod?
     
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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring

    The full kit is always best, as never "one-flash-fits-all" is ideal, but as a good first step, yes; The ECU re-flash is sufficient.
     
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    Re: GT-Rx CNC air box ring - Griso & Stelvio

    These are now back in stock in *limited* quantity. Contact me direct e-mail; Todd at GuzziTech.com for info, or see the Store tab above under "Other Bits" or direct >HERE<-click
     
  20. GuzziHero

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    I'm just about to make an order from Todd, including ECU, PCV and AT, and was considering adding the airbox ring. Just got a few questions:

    Does it leave the filter exposed like that? There is no usable storage space under the seat anyway, just curious about how vulnerable it is.

    Has anyone who has fitted it done a review or dyno test with it on?

    Cheers.
     

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