InDuct Performance Graphs
Carbon-fibre inlet ducts for BMW R259 models
Brad Black, formerly of Moto One in Melbourne, now runs his own service workshop in Oakleigh, Melbourne and has a web page dedicated to all of the dyno testing and reports he has done over the years for many makes of motorcycles. Click the link below to view.
New R1100S graphs.
This is Lennie’s R1100S from stock in the blue graph and his bike with Induct, porting, mild higher lift longer duration cams advanced 9 degrees, Foran exhaust, internal header welds ground out and an Epicycle VariReg adjustable pressure regulator.
Once the chip was done by Duanne at UltiMap, it greatly improved the power delivery and throttle response. I don’t have the graphs that were recorded after the chip tuning but the bike ran much better in all conditions. The first is the hp and torque together and the other two are just hp and just torque.
This is my bike (LENNON.003) compared to Brad’s bike (moto102) from Moto One. There is a difference in the delivery of power in the low and midrange between the two stock bikes. Brad’s bike seems to be more linear in its delivery. This is still evident with all the changes done to the bike.