Doug, Doug, Doug, you haven't been doing your homework. Everyone says that this intake makes your car Slower not Faster. $300 is a waste on the RMM intake.
Doug, Yes I have an RC51. I own many bikes. Why do you ask "If I have an RC51, the score should be reversed?" Don't tell me you ride too?Originally posted by Doug:
Do you have an RC51?? If you do the score is reversed.
Next question, when is your Swift intake arriving?
Originally posted by Doug:
I have an R1 and a CR250. I had wanted an RC51 as I 've never had a V-twin, kinda lost interest when I saw the hp and weight difference.
I am going out of my way to point out some options for you guys cause I think $800 for the Swift product is really out there. The Stillen product looks virtually identical, so the question now is the ECU mod worth $500 and why would lexus use an airflow meter that could not compensate for increased volume????
By the way, I don't think I made the claim of better, just cheaper.
[This message has been edited by Doug (edited November 30, 2000).]
Originally posted by West:
Wow... great explanation IS300GTE. Thanks.
I have another question - as far as I understand, the O2 sensor acts as a direct feed back control when the it is up to operating temp.
Wouldn't it be easier for the ECU to simply adjust fuel by how much oxygen is left in the exhaust rather than eyeball it from its afm? How does oxygen sensor come into the equation?