GYTR race exhaust
GYTR adapter ring, cone filter, and filter skin
GYTR ais delete/2013 cable holder
PCV without timing
OEM 2013 ECU
OEM 2008 carb intake cam
Samco radiator hoses
CV4 2 bar radiator cap
Yamalube full synthetic 15w50
AM/PM ARCO 91 octane
Everything else on the motor is stock 2014r. Motor had 25 hours on it. Essentially the break in period and then some light putting around after installing carb cam at 23 hours.
Useful info/Notes: I used the whole ais delete kit. I found that if I left out the small piece of aluminum that came with the kit it was going to change the geometry on my breather pipe and also make me have to bend the tab on the support bracket. It literally only weighs a few grams. Not ounces or pounds. I used the GYTR stage 1 map downloaded from the PCV website initially but after the carb cam I knew it was lean up top. Even before dyno bog was completely cured by ais delete, 2013 ECU, PCV accel pump feature set at 25, and proper TPS adjustment. Will post pre dyno no bog vid if it lets me. Dyno results are first run/last run comparison. After installing carb cam a/f was fat down low and lean up top with Stage 1 GYTR map. Left filter skin on while dynoing (I live in the desert. It's dusty here.) Temperature 77 degrees humidity 15% according to weather channel on final run. Tuning done on load sensing dyno at KMS Performance in Phoenix, AZ. Thanks for working on a Saturday Kelly.
Dang. I can't attach videos. Anyways.
Coming soon: Ported head and throttle body.
Other thoughts: Buy an OEM service manual and make sure everything is in spec.
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