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B-King Gear Group definition

 Re: B-King Gear Group definition
I'm using the Log Box and loaded the following mapshare in my relatively stock B-King (ballad2 busa bin for b-king 26-Jan-2014 Stock). The auto tuning is working great. I've selected gear group 3 but don't understand the difference between the three gear group options. Could you explain how the different gear group options affect performance? If you open a stock busa bin and copy/paste ignition group 3 map into group1 and group2 you will notice the differences. My bin file uses a combination of group1 (up to 3200 rpm) and group 3 (from 3600 rpm). With tps over 30% all three group have the same advance. Ballad2, can you post your ignition map mate so i can try it in my Bking. Thanks It is published in mapshare, you can get it from here: https://www.woolichracing.com/mapshare/ ... -2014.aspx Please note that any cylinder has its map, so copy cylinder by cylinder, group by group without unify ignition.
 
 Re: B-King Gear Group definition
I'm using the Log Box and loaded the following mapshare in my relatively stock B-King (ballad2 busa bin for b-king 26-Jan-2014 Stock). The auto tuning is working great. I've selected gear group 3 but don't understand the difference between the three gear group options. Could you explain how the different gear group options affect performance? If you open a stock busa bin and copy/paste ignition group 3 map into group1 and group2 you will notice the differences. My bin file uses a combination of group1 (up to 3200 rpm) and group 3 (from 3600 rpm). With tps over 30% all three group have the same advance. Ballad2, can you post your ignition map mate so i can try it in my Bking. Thanks
 
 Re: B-King Gear Group definition
Thanks for the explanation ballad. Another piece of the puzzle understood! :D
 
 Re: B-King Gear Group definition
Thanks for the reply ballad. I'm still not sure I understand what the gear groups represent and how their selection affects the performance. Do they relate to ignition advance for the corresponding gears? Why would a particular gear group be more or less desirable than another? I hope there's an easy way to explain this to a beginner. Thanks in advance. Shadow44 group 1 and group 2 have lower advance, they seems to be designed to provide a smoother behavior at low rpm and low tps. Especially group2 has less advance in the mid range, maybe to comply with emission levels. When using a unified map I merge group1 and group3 to keep the smooth behavior at idle but full power elsewhere.
 
 Re: B-King Gear Group definition
Thanks for the reply ballad. I'm still not sure I understand what the gear groups represent and how their selection affects the performance. Do they relate to ignition advance for the corresponding gears? Why would a particular gear group be more or less desirable than another? I hope there's an easy way to explain this to a beginner. Thanks in advance. Shadow44
 
 Re: B-King Gear Group definition
I'm using the Log Box and loaded the following mapshare in my relatively stock B-King (ballad2 busa bin for b-king 26-Jan-2014 Stock). The auto tuning is working great. I've selected gear group 3 but don't understand the difference between the three gear group options. Could you explain how the different gear group options affect performance? If you open a stock busa bin and copy/paste ignition group 3 map into group1 and group2 you will notice the differences. My bin file uses a combination of group1 (up to 3200 rpm) and group 3 (from 3600 rpm). With tps over 30% all three group have the same advance.
 
 Re: B-King Gear Group definition
I'm using the Log Box and loaded the following mapshare in my relatively stock B-King (ballad2 busa bin for b-king 26-Jan-2014 Stock). The auto tuning is working great. I've selected gear group 3 but don't understand the difference between the three gear group options. Could you explain how the different gear group options affect performance?
 
 Re: B-King Gear Group definition
from memory the gear grouping is Gear Group 1: Gears 1&2 Gear Group 2: Gears 3&4 Gear Group 3: Gears 5&6 I generally use Gear Group 3 as a starting point, some people prefer Gear Group 1 as a starting point.
 
 B-King Gear Group definition
Hi Gents, does anyone know the gear group definition for the B-King? Which gear belongs to group1, group2 and group3? and have someone experience which ignition map is the best choice as pattern for all gear groups? (bike is original, no any modifications) regards Michael
 
 
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