Sunday, January 26, 2014

Racing Canister Karizma-R (Free Flow)

Hello all riders out there..Here is the video showing free flow canister for Track/Street racing purpose.
This vehicle had stock canister which was choking up lot of power. After installation the vehicle gained quite a good power (not dyno tested yet).

1.Its completely plug and play slip on type.
2.Same stock bend pipe has been used
3.Can re-fit old OEM canister just in seconds.
4.Loud with deep note
5.Stainless steel material
6.Lighter than OEM canister
7.Uplifted/Upswept so can be done cornering very easily.
8.DB killer can be installed if one wants to reduce the noise for city usage.
9.App. 110db at 3000RPM (INDOOR)
10.App. 400CFM at 3000RPM (INDOOR)

(DB and CFM can be changed area to area / tool to tool / weather temp / testing method)

Comparison Pictures

Stock Canister

Below is The modified New Free Flow Exhaust 

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Battery And Alternator Tester

In the video I have used Kennedy Make Battery and alternator tester for motorcycles. There are total 6 LED's on the top. Lower LED's given for battery and upper for alternator/RR unit output indication. Lower LED has got info regarding battery voltage or capacity. if all is well then all three LED's will glow up. If upper LED fail to glow then you can consider that battery has got some problem. This can be done without switching the bike ignition key on. Also upper LED's are given for alternator/RR unit. To check the status of alternator/RR unit you need to start the bike and in engine running condition. If all glows then output is fine. If non glows then alternator is not throwing any voltage. If middle and lower LED glows then voltage is low. And if only lower glows then voltage is very low. So after this indication you should be able to diagnose the culprit. Very simple tool to use.

Anti-Freeze Testing

Coolant testing

Hello riders and motorcycle and auto enthusiastic people. Today I will be sharing some tech info on anti-freeze. In the above video as you can see I have used KTM200 for coolant testing. I have used WUERTH company testing equipment. (Never touch or sniff or swallow anti-freeze).