Vacuumgauge

Posts with tags related to vacuum gauges used in CBX FCR tuning. I’m using Daytona’s 4-gauge vacuum gauge with a little modification to make it 6-gauge.

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FCR setting-Carburetor synchronization work-22/11/02...

I had time, so I did some synchronization work on the CBX's FCR carburetor. If you play around with the idling stop screw, you will notice a difference between the carburetors in groups 1, 2, and 3 and the carburetors in groups 4, 5, and 6, which is a concern. Recently, I have been focusing on setting the throttle to a low opening.
       
カテゴリCBXFCR
タグcabtuningCBXFCRFCR-BeginnersVacuumgauge
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FCR Tuning - Synchronization -22/10/03...

When I went touring the other day, I touched the AS air screw, PS pilot screw, and idling stop screw, so I thought that the synchronization might be loose, so I made time to do it from 17:00 to 18:00. I synchronized while being careful not to be unable to work due to sunset.
       
カテゴリCBXFCR
タグcabtuningCBXColumnFCRFCR-BeginnersVacuumgauge
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Adjust the balance of the multi-vacuum gauge...

CBX is a 6-cylinder multi-engine. You will need to synchronize the carburetor. The other day, I adjusted the balance of the vacuum gauge for the first time in a while. This time we'll be talking about multi-vacuum gauges for motorcycles. I don't know if it's for cars. Balance adjustment is to align the needles of each meter of the vacuum gauge uniformly. Whether or not the actual negative pressure can be measured accurately is another matter.
       
カテゴリCBXFCRMaintenance
タグcabtuningCBXFCRVacuumgauge
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FCR tuning - Change and synchronize SJ and MJ 22/09/27...

About MJ main jet. When I looked at the air-fuel ratio meter, I noticed that it would be better if I made it even slightly lighter. It may not make much sense, but I changed MJ by one step from 128 to 125. This is the season when fuel becomes richer as we approach winter. There is no problem even if you shake it a little thin.
       
カテゴリCBXFCRMaintenance
タグAScabtuningCBXFCRFCR-BeginnersMJPSSJVacuumgauge
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FCR6 synchronization and fuel subtank...

I've been a bit off track lately with the idea of starting a motorcycle blog, but this is an FCR-related post. That said, it is related. As the title suggests, I would like to introduce you to the fuel sub tank. Rather than synchronization, I will write an introduction to the fuel subtank.
       
カテゴリCBXFCR
タグCBXFCRFCR-BeginnersVacuumgauge
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FCR-turning-AS Adjustment-22/06/25...

CBX FCR turning. I adjusted the AS air screw and the PS pilot screw. As I wrote in another article, my current opinion is that there are no surprising changes in PS and AS for each cylinder in the CBX.
       
カテゴリCBXFCR
タグcabtuningCBXFCRFCR-BeginnersVacuumgauge
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FCR-Synchronization-Taper Gauge...

The suction force for each cylinder is slightly different, but even if you just match it with the taper gauge, the synchronization is good. Although it is far from perfect, there are two points below: (1) The engine does not idle at high speeds when it warms up. ② The tachometer returns extremely poorly when racing.
       
カテゴリCBXFCRMaintenance
タグCBXFCRFCR-BeginnersVacuumgauge
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FCR-6-synchronization-balanced pipe...

There are three ignition coils in the CBX. Why are there three cylinders even though it has six cylinders? Nos. 1 and 6 are fired at the same time. Light 2 and 5 at the same time. This is because No. 3 and No. 4 are lit at the same time.If you write what you want to write early, the balance pipe connections are number 1 and number 6. No. 2 and No. 5. Connect No. 3 and No. 4. The engine firing order is 1-5-3-6-2-4.
       
カテゴリCBXFCRMaintenance
タグCBXFCRFCR-BeginnersVacuumgauge
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FCR tuning-JN-22/06/02

CBX FCR turning. This is a story about changing JN and changing clips after tuning in. The other day, I touched the oil level, removed the SJ, and touched it a lot, so I checked the synchronization of the 6 cylinders of the FCR once just to be sure. Honestly, it was at a level where I didn't have to touch it much.
       
カテゴリCBXFCRMaintenance
タグCBXFCRFCR-BeginnersJNVacuumgauge
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Jet needle clip change 22/05/18...

I was concerned about the blowout being about 1/2, so I changed the number of clip stages. The current FCR jet needle is 90FTR #2, and I was planning to touch the AS air screw from time to time. The vacuum gauge uses two Daytona 4-gauges to create a CBX-spec 6-gauge.
       
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タグASCBXFCRFCR-BeginnersJNVacuumgauge