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  1. #921
    MT-09 in Armour
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    Well here's proof if proof were really needed, prior to my recent flash by Simon my best mpg reading was 58.8-mpg and that was up around 3-mpg on the 55-mpg I use to get prior to my own mods ie std modified exhaust system, k&n air filter and the CO set to position 14 on each cylinder.
    So I did around 150miles today covering A-roads, B-roads and some dual carridgeway riding, and I wasn't exactly hanging around. Checked the reading upon arriving back home, could hardly believe what I saw now up to 63-mpg, wow that's a big improvement of over 4 mpg. So I'm delighted to say the least, especially seeing how the current rate fuel is going up day by day.

  2. #922
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    Here's another positive review of Simon at S-Tech's work. I dropped my bike into him a couple of weeks ago for the full flash and dyno work, because after fitting an Arrow full system it really wasn't running at all properly. He also fitted a K+N air filter I supplied.

    When I picked it up that evening Simon explained everything I needed to know before handing the keys over. I could tell as soon as I pulled away from his unit that he'd done something good to it - the transition from closed to partially open throttle was so much smoother and less snatchy. At low speeds around town I no longer have to switch to B mode to overcome the lurching and jittery throttle, it's smooth as silk - I can now roll down to 20mph in top and pull away smoothly from that. He's removed the limiter in 5th and 6th and I can tell you it will register 152mph on private closed roads and autobahns, but it does get a bit light at the front and scarily weavy/headsakey at those speeds. It's just... better everywhere.

    I'm not an A mode rider, though now he's managed to work wonders with B mode and Std I may well be trying it out a bit more when I'm in the mood for silliness. Fuel consumption is better, though looking at others figures I think I may be harder on the throttle than some.

    All in all the bike is completely different to ride, in a very good way and I would most definitely recommend Simon and S-Tech... and not just because he commented on how clean my bike was :-).

  3. #923
    Senior Member fizzy's Avatar
    MT09SP MT10SP Honda cb 360
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    Jun 2014
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    He definitely knows his stuff sorted my 09 and mt 10sp and will be doing my 09sp as soon as it's run in! can't recommend Simon at S-Tech enough top service and the best mod you will do on your mt 09




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