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Can the R1 be derestricted?
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Can the R1 be derestricted? - September 4, 2008, 11:45 AM

For some reason 6th gear I am bouncing off the RPM's before hitting redline. Is there a way to derestricted? I also posted this on the R1-Forum.

If you look at the picture I have another 1000 rpm's to go . The guy in front of me was on a 250 (the infamous banned rider of .net)

I am going to Booneville next month and I'm trying to squeeze more mph.

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PS. I don't want to hear about how stupid, dangerous, etc....
Pic was taken in PERU.

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September 4, 2008, 12:05 PM

Isn't it electronically governed in the late 180's... in fact, I thought all Literbikes were.


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September 4, 2008, 12:06 PM

Yes you can. It's simple. Buy one of these:

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September 4, 2008, 12:06 PM

If that does not happen in any other gear but 6th then it is probably done in the ECU. Best bet is to get a service manual and see if there is a way to trick the electronics to think it is in 5th when it is in 6th and you may be able to overcome the restriction. I would have to do more research, but that is my initial take on the issue.


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September 4, 2008, 12:25 PM

Responding from my blackberry. Only happens in 6th gear it robs me 1000rpm.

I've been hitting 177mph on gps on a shitty flat tire. With new tire should hit 180 on gps.

I don't think the speedohealer will do the trick.
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September 4, 2008, 12:27 PM

Here's how to release those hidden Horses that are restricted by Yamaha.
Step oneTake the fuel tank off.
Step two Undo the bolt and clips that hold on the airbox to the carbs and remove the airbox.
Step threeUndo the clips that clamp the carbs to the engine intake rubbers. Move the carbs to one side, the throttle cables can be left attached.
Step four remove the rubbers that
connect the carbs to the engine block.
Step fivetake a modelling scapel or alike
and cut out the rubber web in the rubbers that
connect the carbs to the engine.

Re-assembly the parts making sure that all
clamps and rubbers are tight with
no air leaks.

Job done.


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So, those are Peruvian miles?

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All liter bikes are electronicly limited to 186mph. I have haerd of people getting around it but i don't know how.

What/where is Booneville?
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All liter bikes are electronicly limited to 186mph. I have haerd of people getting around it but i don't know how.

What/where is Booneville?
Maybe on Speedo. Everyone says i'm full of when I've said all my R1's read 189mph on SPEEDO.




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Here's how to release those hidden Horses that are restricted by Yamaha.
Step oneTake the fuel tank off.
Step two Undo the bolt and clips that hold on the airbox to the carbs and remove the airbox.
Step threeUndo the clips that clamp the carbs to the engine intake rubbers. Move the carbs to one side, the throttle cables can be left attached.
Step four remove the rubbers that
connect the carbs to the engine block.
Step fivetake a modelling scapel or alike
and cut out the rubber web in the rubbers that
connect the carbs to the engine.

Re-assembly the parts making sure that all
clamps and rubbers are tight with
no air leaks.

Job done.


http://www.geocities.com/jeb_warrior/jeb_warrior8.html

http://www.r6messagenet.com/forums/r...p-removal.html


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So, those are Peruvian miles?

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Might try that.

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Jonathan - apparently the speedohealer DOES remove the speed limiter..


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Jonathan - apparently the speedohealer DOES remove the speed limiter..
I don't want to go buy one and next thing you know it doesn't work. A lot of these R1 guys that run around swear that their speedo only reads as high as 186mph.

I should call Mccoy and ask them if does remove the speed limiter. The Speedohealer is also off compare to GPS. Off by 10mph.
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Responding from my blackberry. Only happens in 6th gear it robs me 1000rpm.

I've been hitting 177mph on gps on a shitty flat tire. With new tire should hit 180 on gps.

I don't think the speedohealer will do the trick.
Mang...so with nearly twice the motor and probably weighs less than me a liter bike only gets you 22mph more than my little 600?

I will stick with my girlie 600 for sure then...
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