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GT-Rx® CNC airbox lid - Breva, Norge & 1200 Sport

Discussion in 'GT-Rx® CNC' started by GT-Rx®, Nov 18, 2009.

  1. GT-Rx®

    GT-Rx® Administrator Staff Member GT di Razza Pura

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    I have a handful of these left for anyone interested, however be advised that fuel management revision is a must. Contact me direct for more info' Todd at GuzziTech.com

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    NeroGuzzi Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Re: GT-Rx CNC airbox lid

    And that is why I have Autotune. My check is on the way, Todd.
     
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    GT-Rx® Administrator Staff Member GT di Razza Pura

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    Thanks NG, I'd have to argue that this is probably the best bang for the buck, both in power and sound.
     
  4. JohninVT

    JohninVT Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Very sharp looking installation. What kind of hp & torque improvement would I see with the lid, a PC-V and Guzzitech meg on my 1200 Sport? I'll bet it would sound terrific.
     
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    GT-Rx® Administrator Staff Member GT di Razza Pura

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    John, the dyno graph below was the result of removing the air-box lid from a 1064cc engine, and it was a big part of a 11 hp total increase... I suspect the same for the 1200's. Perhaps this Winter I'll have the time & energy to spend on the dyno. Allan here dyno'ed his Sport 1200 with a Quat-D slip-on, but we didn't get any full throttle runs from it.

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  6. xenarchi

    xenarchi Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    that is one pretty looking lid gents!

    if you've spent the cash on the PCV set up, this lid is a MUST I would think. more air is more gooder.
     
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    Re: GT-Rx CNC airbox lid

    Had a quick look this arv to see what might be involved in getting started at the install.

    I notice that there are no mounts on the new aid box lid for this thing. I recon keeping it will require fabrication of some mounts, as looking at it I am sure it will vibrate excessively without some support. Not hard just needs a couple of simple brackets.

    BUT - What does it do? Can I remove it?

    Would be good to remove it, as I would like to use the space for my HID igniters.
     

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    I wouldn't 't go there, That's your engine air breather box and it is needed. No fabrication needed as it is supported by the hose's, specifically the large diameter one on the bottom. It wont move. I suppose if it will make you happy you can tie wrap it through the unused mounting screw holes.
     
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    Bugger! Oh well ever onward.

    Thanks mate
     
  10. anothersteve

    anothersteve Just got it firing!

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    I'm interested in a few months. Griso.

    Thanks, Steve
     
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    I have a handful more again, contact me direct e-mail (Todd at GuzziTech.com) or use the Donation button above for $87.50 within the U.S., shipped. I also have the BMC filter that goes along with it for $80 - I will include shipping if you want both.
     
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    I'm interested for a 1200 Sport, what fuel revisions would suffice?
     
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    How much more induction sound is produced? I would love the extra torque but I dont think I would like the induction roar very much.
     
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    I can't comment on the 1200 sport but can tell you on the Norge the induction noise at a steady throttle is hardly noticeable until you grab a handful of throttle and that aint all that bad ! :mrgreen:
     
  15. alfaguzzi

    alfaguzzi Just got it firing!

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    Thank you Todd-
    Your airbox lid works super on my Norge!
    With the other modes already done (Mistral muffler + ECU-swap) this upgrade make the most boosts.
    Nice soundeffect to, I barely can’t stop riding today.
    /alfaguzzi
     
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    Thanks for the post and business Alfa, glad to hear it. The lid complemented with proper fueling and high-flow element, is a big grin inducer for sure. Enjoy!
     
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    Nice machine work, I can see the advantages clearly. I have to questions. In the reply posts I noticed two terms I am not clear on, do you mind telling more?
    First: ARV what is it?

    Second: the PVC mod what is it and do you have pics? I understand how the pvc works as I own an American V twin, No, Indian. The pvc change for it was the greatest single thing I could have done.

    Thanks
     
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    Arv is Aussie slang for morning I believe.

    I'm confused a bit on your second question, as you seem to have answered it yourself... so assuming you mean PC-V (Power Commander 5), all details for the custom run are here; https://www.guzzitech.com/forum/160/3792.html
     
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    silvergoose Tuned and Synch'ed

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    Thanks for the ARV meaning. I was reading PCV as an positive crankcase valve not as a power commander V.

    Bear with me as I try to learn new terms.
     
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    ARV = arvo = slang for afternoon. Don't have slang for morning because we're always snakes hissed.

    Peter
     

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