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  1. I'm om west Island, actually a little further.... but no, none(as far as I know), but it does not matter if your English or Frenglish or even Martian. If you like the platform YOUR IN!!!! Just join any meet next yr, everyone is just fine. Great community here.
  2. cb750f

    Big meet Inter-provincial


    oui et +1
  3. 57 ans, informatique. 1980 Honda CB750F still have Mazda GLC Hyundai Pony, piece of shit Chrysler Sundance, worst piece of shit Ford Ranger, stolen Ford ranger vendu GM Swift & Jetta, pas eu longtemp Harley, bought from scrap yard, still have 2001 Suzuki Esteem, dur a tuer! 2014 BRZ bought new but bastards sold me new repainted car... 2015 BRZ Bon, c tout!
  4. cb750f

    Batterie - slow charge

    This is what I've been using for the last 2 winters.... So far so good! De decembre -> debut avril.
  5. YSagz cb750f Oui, une belle ride celle la et ma cuisine sera terminé. Et la passe, forgot that... J'en ai une de trop si tu la veut Merci, j'ai ma passe, mais je l'aurai oublié ...
  6. Oui, une belle ride celle la et ma cuisine sera terminé. Et la passe, forgot that...
  7. Something else I ran into that could be interesting. The charts are data logs. The first chart is the stock tune. If you look at FLKC, you can see a few instances where it drops to -3.00 and below, particularly in the 6800-7000 RPM range. FLKC is the amount of ignition timing in degrees the ECU has learned to subtract (or add back if positive) based on the amount of detonation it has seen over an extended period of time. So -3.00 FLKC or worse would be indicative of fairly significant detonation in that RPM range. IAM also hovers around 0.20 (ideally would be 1.00), so the ECU clearly isn't happy with the amount of detonation it's seeing and is pulling a lot of timing universally (not just in specific RPM ranges and loads). The second chart is the aftermarket tune. FLKC and IAM look much better in that log, so that shows the engine is running much better (and safer) given the poor quality fuel in SA. These are simplified explanations but there's a lot of detailed information in the links in steve99's signature. Check them out if you're trying to learn more. Found on pg 4 ... http://www.ft86club.com/forums/showthread.php?t=117291&page=4
  8. Rev hang & all that stuff, specially 'stuff', since it's so technical. Merci Sajan de prendre le temps pour nous, c'etait tres bien l'an passé.