BMW F650 Funduro          1993 to 2000

 

 


CRB-BM06-1.0
$89.95

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STD drop-in carb recal kit

Best "drop-in" kit. Boosts power a bit at full throttle, improves throttle response and wheelie ability. Definitely pulls harder out of 2nd and 3rd gear corners.
Finely honed to perfection - the Low Inertia EC997 Eddy Current allows us to discern even the difference between individual cylinders main jet requirements - unlike lesser dynes!

Factory Pro Carb Recalibration Kit

final vehicle configuration base vehicle setup notes click on image to view
Carb Recal Kit installed
(just jets and 2 needles!)
stock air filter and
airbox and inlets,
stock exhaust
Base Test
all stock carburetion,
air filter and
airbox and inlets,
stock exhaust
Improvements:  Power
midrange:    +7%-10%
Improvements: Drivability
Warms up quicker, has more "snap" throttle response, smoother running, reduced detonation with poor fuels, runs cooler.


see below for details on this dyno chart
**True Rear Wheel HP Scale Description **

Lazer Slip-on
Carb Recal Kit,
stock air filter with intake snorkel removed

Base Test
all stock carburetion,
air filter and
airbox and inlets,
stock exhaust

Improvements:  Power
top end power:   +10%
midrange:     +7%-10%
Improvements: Drivability
Wheelies better. Runs well at low rpm


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**True Rear Wheel HP Scale Description **

Remus Slip-on
Carb Recal Kit,
stock air filter with intake snorkel removed

 

Base Test
all stock carburetion,
air filter and
airbox and inlets,
stock exhaust

Improvements:  Power
top end power:   +xx%
midrange:     +x%-xx%
Improvements: Drivability
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**True Rear Wheel HP Scale Description **

Item description
Carb Recalibration Kit
CRB-BM06-1.1-TI
Ti ProKit carb recal kit desc.
$89.95 USD
Boosts power at full throttle, even when used with a stock exhaust system. Improves throttle response and wheelie ability. Definitely pulls harder out of 2nd and 3rd gear corners. A should do for maximum performance with or without an aftermarket exhaust slip-on or system.
Snappier engine response throughout the rpm range.

The first test was done using a stock airbox, air filter, intake restrictors and the stock exhaust system - to show what just the Factory Pro Carb Recal Kit will do - all by itself.
Power at high rpm will be improved as much as the low and midrange was improved if you add a freer flowing exhaust system. Additionally, for the inveterate tinkerers, there's a bit more power to be had by opening up the airbox inlet restriction - it'll just take a bit of juggling with larger main jets!
Marc

 

 

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This kit was developed on the same EC997a Eddy Current dyno that developed the K59-1.7-RK ZX-6R RaceKit (Muzzy and Kinko's choice), the Y73-1.7-RK YZF750 (Vance and Hines choice), S37-1.7-RK GSXR750, Suzuki of France and most of America's privateer racers choice)...

Engine
Type water-cooled single-cylinder 4-stroke
Bore x stroke 100 mm x 83 mm
Displacement 652 cc
Compression ratio 9.7:1 (claimed)
Fuel required 92 octane, unleaded
Horsepower @ crankshaft 48 Bhp @ 6,500 rpm (claimed)
Torque @ crankshaft 41 lb.-ft. @ 5,200 rpm (claimed)
Horsepower @ rear wheel / True Rear Wheel HP Scale 36.6 Bhp @ 6,500 rpm (SAE corrected)
Torque @ rear wheel / True Rear Wheel HP Scale 33.8lb.-ft. @ 5,200 rpm (SAE corrected)
Valve Gear DOHC, chain driven with bucket tappets
Valves 36 mm intake
31 mm exhaust
Valve Timing

intake opens 19 BTDC
intake closes 43 ABDC
exhaust opens 45 BBDC
exhaust closes 17 ATDC

Valves per cylinder four, 2 intake, 2 exhaust
Camshafts double overhead cams
Engine oil capacity 2.2 quarts of SF, SG or SH motor oil, also w/CC or CD
Engine oil filter micronic paper element
Carburetion 2x 36mm Mikuni BST 33 B316 CV style carburetors
Ignition CDI
Cooling system water cooled
 

 

 

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