GP Customs
Tuning Log
GPcustoms.com
386-804-4403
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Track___________________________   Date_______________             Event__________________
Track length_________        Laps_______        Fuel Consumed_________
Air Density______
Temperature____
Barometer______
Humidity________
Weather________
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Initial Jetting
      Top                    Bottom
Main Jet............_____________/_______________
Nozzle Jet..........._____________/_______________
Neddle and position____________/_______________
Power Jet................____________/_______________
Pilot Jet............_____________/_______________
Air Screw............_____________/_______________
Slide.................._____________/_______________
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Chassis Settings
Front          Rear
Tire Compounds___________/___________
Tire Pressure_____________/___________
Ride height_______________/___________   
Sag_____________________/___________
Compression______________/___________
Rebound_________________/___________
Dampner setting__________________
countershaft_____________________
Rear Sprocket___________________
Front Pads______________________
Master cylinder setting_____________
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Initial feedback
Braking:________________________________________________________
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Corner entrance:_________________________________________________
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Mid corner:______________________________________________________
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Corner exit:______________________________________________________
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Straights:_______________________________________________________
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Engine Check
Post session
Radiator tape:______________________               Radiator Level:________________________

Plug color:     __________/____________               Piston color :______________/_____________

Fuel consumption @ Laps_____________...............Per lap:_________________

Air Box Debris:______________________
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Riders Impressions
(NOTES)
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Its important to
remember when     
checking your plugs that
you keep in mind a few
basic  facts
.

I)The exterior threads make up the plugs
ground electrode.

II)Always read the point inside the plug
body where the insulator and ground
electrode meet for mixture settings.

Note: checking plug for ignition setting
is just as important as mixture. Always
watch the ground electrode for the burn
back which will seem silver in color
and travel from the tip to the plug body
or threads. 3/4 to 7/8
silver color will
indicate a good ignition setting


III)Mark the plug so as to face the open
end of the plug towards the boost port
transfer and away from the exhaust port
for best results

IV)Last of all learn from your mistakes
by keeping notes and learn so its fun to
ride your toy!!
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