Dynojet PC V - Honda VFR800 V-Tec
Customer Product Reviews
Smooth out the bike, bit better launch
Bit of background: Ive owned 2 VFR's one for 6 years until its death, and my new one for around 3 months before buying this product to install on it. (Both 6 gens) The Dynojet definately smooths out the viffer on the lower gears, you don't have to balance the clutch so much to control the jurkyness I had previous with such minor hand movements. Hopefully this means my clutch plates will last longer than the last set, but time will tell on that one. Ive noticed a bit better of a launch because of this smoothness - it feels more controlled and a little more powerful. Though, I don't feel the difference in pulling power is substantial enough to make you think its now "race tuned". When the VTEC kicks in the difference is a little more noticeable, it seems to power-on faster and has skidded a little in rain when its kicked in. The top end is definitely higher. I used to get around 150 nearing redline, pushing the hell out of the bike, now it breaks that, getting around 155 with ease. Give it a bit of wind, a steady incline and you might break 160 if your being incredibly optimistic. Overall: Definitely worth the buy if your going for smoothness, though don't expect to be walking away with a bike that can pack a punch against sports bikes of the same cc. Its easy to install, and definitely worth the money if your like me and rack up more than 10k miles on a VFR per year, where smoothness is more important than power. Its definitely made the bike that little bit more fun to ride.