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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old Apr 22nd, 2015, 8:42 am Thread Starter
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Cool Patto's Scrambler

Finally the little yellow beast has turned up and been pulled out of the crate. First impressions are great. Love how much fun it is to ride, and how much bottom end and mid range this little thing makes.
On went a Termi for now, but I think a Shift-Tech muffler is what I will end up with.
A powercommander 5 has been installed and is being tested and also the Dyno-jet quickshifter is working flawlessly. It is still a bit too new to be reved out on the dyno and see just how big the horses from Thailand are.
Also today I fitted a cool looking set of ProTaper bars which have transformed how it rides. So much better and firmer.
Great new little project to work on and play silly buggers on.
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Looking good. Need more Scrambler owners talking about their bikes on here!

My FT arrives mid-May...very much looking forward to seeing how this thing rides.

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That's funny, last night I was in Nashville and they were uncrating their first 2 Scramblers.

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A powercommander 5 has been installed and is being tested and also the Dyno-jet quickshifter is working flawlessly. It is still a bit too new to be reved out on the dyno and see just how big the horses from Thailand are.
Also today I fitted a cool looking set of ProTaper bars which have transformed how it rides. So much better and firmer.
Great new little project to work on and play silly buggers on.
Hi @turbobike749, would you mind sharing what part no. did you use for the PCV? Did you have to modify the wiring harness in any way? What about the base map, what did you use?
Sorry for bombarding you with questions, but since this is the first PCV install that I am aware of, and since Dynojet has said they don't have an ETA for the PCV for the Scrambler, I am very curious.
Cool mods, by the way.
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Hi @turbobike749, would you mind sharing what part no. did you use for the PCV? Did you have to modify the wiring harness in any way? What about the base map, what did you use?
Sorry for bombarding you with questions, but since this is the first PCV install that I am aware of, and since Dynojet has said they don't have an ETA for the PCV for the Scrambler, I am very curious.
Cool mods, by the way.
The unit that I used was off a M696 and the loom all was correct length. The mapping is still on zero map as I wanted to just test for fault lights etc and the rpm was reading correctly.I didn't use the O2 optimiser as the wires for thes are incorrect. The closed loop area is still also stock. The main reason also was to be able to fit a quickshifter.
Hopefully in the near future our development of the intake-express
PUK (power up kit) will start to take shape.
We may use a different PC5 in this kit so hang 5 on purchasing a unit for now.
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Good news, looking forward to more updates.


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The unit that I used was off a M696 and the loom all was correct length. The mapping is still on zero map as I wanted to just test for fault lights etc and the rpm was reading correctly.I didn't use the O2 optimiser as the wires for thes are incorrect. The closed loop area is still also stock. The main reason also was to be able to fit a quickshifter.
Hopefully in the near future our development of the intake-express
PUK (power up kit) will start to take shape.
We may use a different PC5 in this kit so hang 5 on purchasing a unit for now.

This will be interesting as I believe its just a 796 with a different map and airbox, so I would expect you can get a lot more horses out of the engine but will need to judge it with the handling of course.
Im from Perth Patto and only know you by reputation but Im sure your the man to lead the way
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Cool Check it out !! Nearly 25% more grunt midrange

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This will be interesting as I believe its just a 796 with a different map and airbox, so I would expect you can get a lot more horses out of the engine but will need to judge it with the handling of course.
Im from Perth Patto and only know you by reputation but Im sure your the man to lead the way
Jeszzzzus, the new Waspworks scrambler
Power Up Kit has totally blown us away with a near 25% gain of power and torque !!
Dyno graphs- This is compared to a std bike first, which we then fitted with a termi slipon and upmap and retested.

Consider this , this prototype kit just made the same torque at 3,200rpm as the others produced as a maximum at 7,400rpm.

Very excited to see how this goes !!!


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Wow!!!
Is this with a PCV? Will you be offering the kit?
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Good call on the handlebars - the stock bars make that bike feel like a kid's toy...

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