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Discussion Starter · #21 ·
How does someone get to this dropbox? I have the app on my desktop and it goes to my personal dropbox, but I don't know how to access the one listed.
g00gl3it is the sole gate keeper of the Dropbox.
If you want access, PM him with your request.
He's typically quite responsive, and in general responds to requesters either the same day or within a few days.
 

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Discussion Starter · #24 ·
The Dropbox has just had another update.
Go to WT_Shared/919/Calculators.
Calculators now has two subfolders called "Gearing" and "Shift Points Determinations".
Each of those two subfolders have way more information in them, than the previous simple "Calculators" folder held.
 

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Discussion Starter · #25 · (Edited)
The Dropbox has just had another update beyond g00gl3it's addition a couple of days ago.

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Re WT_Shared/919
A new folder created called Parts Availability & Info
Within folder are two subfolders, one is called Availability, the other Info.
Both subfolders have their first population of documents.

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New document created re NLA (No Longer Available) Parts.
It is CB700S's work as posted yesterday.
It has been located in WT_Shared/919/Parts & Availability/Availability

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Some restructuring to locate the three most likely accessed folders together at the top of the WT_Shared/919 folders listing.
The first three folders to appear are now:
1 Common Problems
1 Parts Availability & Info
1 Work Details & How To's, Misc
 

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Discussion Starter · #26 · (Edited)
I've just finished doing a major update re Maps.
What triggered it was my getting PMs from people looking in WT_Shared/919/Power Commander Files/Maps for maps I have mentioned, and not being able to find them.
Up until just minutes ago, that "Maps" folder had a poor navigation protocol, as well as being very incomplete, with many files having their old original non intuitive naming.
I was not maintaining that folder, as there was no point given the "Maps" folder in WT_Shared/919/Power Commander Files/1McRom44 All Encompassing/Maps was so much better.
But I decided that it wasn't good enough either, so I have redone that folder entirely.
Plus, I have simply copied that folder in entirety, said copy having been placed in the WT_Shared/919/Power Commander Files/Maps.
Going forward I will update both folders as driven by changes to the folder in the 1McRom44 All Encompassing.

OK you ask, what do you get out of this if you are looking for a map, or just want to sift through maps?

The maps are now grouped as follows:
Custom DJM format maps for 919s with twin cans, a good number of which are simply DJM conversions of original MAP format files from LDH's 919.org.
Custom MAP format maps for 919s with twin cans, all of which came from LDH's 919.org.
Custom DJM format maps for 900RR single outlet conversions.
Custom maps for Euro spec Cat' Con' 919s with twin cans.
Dynojet's standard global suite of DJM format maps.
Dynojet's standard global suite of MAP format maps.

In addition, all maps now have intuitive naming to some degree.

Finally, a Notes document has been added. (only one note so far, re the so called Simpson Racing map)

I hope it's all found to be of improvement and benefit.
Comments and suggestions remain most welcome.

Regards,
McTavish McRomo
 

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There's now a new folder in the Dropbox.
It is called Fuel Injection System.
(triggering this was the current thread 919 dies under load)
Within the new folder is a sub folder called Throttle Body Vacuum Ports & Tubing.
The intent is multiple in order to get across and/or confirm that:
* The basic layout of the MAP related tubing complex and its Throttle Body connection points.
*The basic layout of the FPR related tubing complex, the fact that the FSM pg. 5-66 is misleading re which #2 port is for what re MAP or FPR.
*That the FPR feed ports on the throttle body are easy to identify by their much smaller I.D.
*That California 919s ONLY have an additional network of vacuum tubes that are part of that iteration's Evaporative Emission Control System.
Erroneous vacuum connections and/or bad hoses can wreak havoc with the vacuum that gets delivered to the MAP.
Likewise, disabled or removed PAIR and or Evap' systems can also wreak such havoc unless all connections are properly dealt with.
 

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Discussion Starter · #30 ·
There's now a new folder in the Dropbox.
It is called Fuel Injection System.
(triggering this was the current thread 919 dies under load)
Within the new folder is a sub folder called Throttle Body Vacuum Ports & Tubing.
The intent is multiple in order to get across and/or confirm that:
* The basic layout of the MAP related tubing complex and its Throttle Body connection points.
*The basic layout of the FPR related tubing complex, the fact that the FSM pg. 5-66 is misleading re which #2 port is for what re MAP or FPR.
*That the FPR feed ports on the throttle body are easy to identify by their much smaller I.D.
*That California 919s ONLY have an additional network of vacuum tubes that are part of that iteration's Evaporative Emission Control System.
Erroneous vacuum connections and/or bad hoses can wreak havoc with the vacuum that gets delivered to the MAP.
Likewise, disabled or removed PAIR and or Evap' systems can also wreak such havoc unless all connections are properly dealt with.
The above contained errors.
Corrected info has just been placed in the Dropbox, and the prior erroneous info deleted.

Inboard taps on the #'s 2 & 3 TBs are for the FPR, and have a larger passage size.
Outboard taps on the #'s 2 & 3 TBs are for MAP, all MAP taps having small passage sizes to reduced MAP fluctuations going to the MAP Sensor.
Don't be fooled by the MAP tap on #1, which is in the Inboard position, meaning that only #1 has its MAP tap inboard.

Using thread https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/f322/starter-valve-syncronization-procedure-31333-2.html as reference:
Thanks to all concerned re the present use and revisit of the thread, as well as the thread originator.
 

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Discussion Starter · #31 ·
The above contained errors.
Corrected info has just been placed in the Dropbox, and the prior erroneous info deleted.

Inboard taps on the #'s 2 & 3 TBs are for the FPR, and have a larger passage size.
Outboard taps on the #'s 2 & 3 TBs are for MAP, all MAP taps having small passage sizes to reduced MAP fluctuations going to the MAP Sensor.
Don't be fooled by the MAP tap on #1, which is in the Inboard position, meaning that only #1 has its MAP tap inboard.

Using thread https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/f322/starter-valve-syncronization-procedure-31333-2.html as reference:
Thanks to all concerned re the present use and revisit of the thread, as well as the thread originator.
CORRECTION:
OUTboard taps on the #'s 2 & 3 TBs are for the FPR, and have a larger passage size.
INboard taps on the #'s 2 & 3 TBs are for MAP, all MAP taps having small passage sizes to reduced MAP fluctuations going to the MAP Sensor.

Apologies for the confusion.

What's in the Dropbox is correct, though.
Just my post was wrong.
 

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Discussion Starter · #32 ·
Dropbox Update
I just put Mike Kline's replacement exhaust header bracket tutorial with drawing, into the Dropbox.
Note his comment about making sure the scale is correct before cutting the template from a print.
Be sure to use his "Print Scale" check of 3 in. as drawn.

The path is WT_Shared/919/1 Common Problems/Broken Exhaust Header Bracket
 

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Discussion Starter · #33 · (Edited)
Dropbox Update
On Jan 5, I added more info re the PC-V.
Basically, I got what I could from the Dynojet website and loaded it in.
Within minutes, I'll be adding a bit more info I found from two other websites.
The short story is this:
The PC-V maps use a different format, namely .pvm
The PC-V mapping has a 15 % TP column, as compared to the prior bigger step from 10 -20.
There is a way to convert existing .djm maps to .pvm, along with the PC-V's Power Core's C3 Tuning Software to interpolate the .djm 10 & 20% data to build the .pvm 15% column.
My guess is that it's a decent result, but not as good as a highly skilled tinker tuner could get.
Beyond the above, it's not lost on me that I have yet to see a post by anyone re having a PC-V and asking anything. (OK, I don't remember such a post, but my memory is still pretty good)

The path is WT_Shared/919/Power Commander Files/1 McRomo44 All Encompassing Compilation/3d PC-V w' Autotune
 

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Discussion Starter · #34 ·
Dropbox Update
New Folder called Adaptations added to "3a PCIIIusb Info".
Path is WT_Shared/919/Power Commander Files/1 McRomo44 All Encompassing Compilation THIS FOLDER MAINTAINED BY McRomo44/3a PCIIIusb Info/Adaptations.
The initial document for within has just been created and now resides within the folder.
The document is called Adaptation CBR1000RR PCiiiUSB to 919.
All the effort within was by WT'er Krompot.
Nice work for sure.
 
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