Curious to know if the 2022 KLR will have any fuel injection tunes to get a little more HP out of it. Could some of you guys maybe show me some kickass website to browse exaust mods ?
Yeah, there's fuel maps and stuff out there to my understanding (in general), and if a Ryan F9 video I remember is worth it's two cents, well, you can even get a fuel map or such to purposefully run 87 Octane like a "cheap bastard" (he does specify KLR owners )I'm also interested in seeing some FI tune information. Maybe I can get better range than stock.
Just WHAT is your current range before totally empty on your new Gen 3 bike?Maybe I can get better range than stock.
Fattening the fuel curve may or may not increase power slightly, but fuel mileage WILL Usually be reduced.you might be able to fatten the fuel curve, but without advancing the timing you are limited.
The new bike still uses the CDI for spark.
A well tuned carburetor will perform better.
More range with the same amount of fuel (i.e., no 10Gal tank mod/change) ='s higher MPG[...]
I'm betting on 240miles+. Do you Really Need More?
It appears that I'm in the minority of people that don't have a KLR because it's cheap.... No idea what my mileage is and don't care, I'm sure it's better than my 440-6 Superbee though!Is a KLR650 owner anything other than a cheapskate looking to save money??
Ouch, yeah, highest KLR650 I saw on fuelly was 52.7 .. not awful, but still less than that particular BMW.It grinds my gears that the BMW F650GS gets better fuel economy. That's really what it is.
I just don't want to admit it.
Here you go. Enjoy!I haven’t seen it. Link?
And like Dave, I’m not real concerned about fuel mileage, especially given the cars I drive, except that it gives me a challenge and bragging rights. So it sorta bugs me that othe bikes get better mileagen AND have more power. I’ll keep working on that…