PowerCommnader V, auto tune and Malossi Multivar MHR 2000 variator

Ron Brennet

New member
You're right, 24g is way too low.

I have 28g Dr. Pulley sliders/pieces in my C600, with about 5k miles on them. I've found they help with acceleration off the line, but don't really do much to the higher end of the RPM band (it didn't need any help when it was stock). Mileage took a small hit, but I've got to imagine in your case, mileage would improve with the move from 24g to 28g.

Good luck.
Hi thanks much ☺ for the advice
 

Ron Brennet

New member
You're right, 24g is way too low.

I have 28g Dr. Pulley sliders/pieces in my C600, with about 5k miles on them. I've found they help with acceleration off the line, but don't really do much to the higher end of the RPM band (it didn't need any help when it was stock). Mileage took a small hit, but I've got to imagine in your case, mileage would improve with the move from 24g to 28g.

Good luck.
 

Ron Brennet

New member
Forgot to ask but you must have gone back to bmw original variertor to make the changes correct ?
By the way Malossi recommended 33 gr original weights on bikes above 2013 .I did that and it's very lazy from 60mph to 80 mph ...passing now nightmare. I will do original bmw variertor and 28 gr pulley sliders
 

Minister of Etc

New member
Forgot to ask but you must have gone back to bmw original variertor to make the changes correct ?
By the way Malossi recommended 33 gr original weights on bikes above 2013 .I did that and it's very lazy from 60mph to 80 mph ...passing now nightmare. I will do original bmw variertor and 28 gr pulley sliders
I never had a Malossi variator. I've used stock. While the unique shape of a variator will effect how it pulls, the physics for rollers/sliders remain constant. Lighter ones will improve pickup/retard top speed, while heavier ones are slower off the line, but have better top speed/fuel efficiency.

You're likely right that you'd have to switch back to the BMW variator to use Dr. Pulley, but I can't speak to that, as I don't have direct experience.
 

Ron Brennet

New member
I never had a Malossi variator. I've used stock. While the unique shape of a variator will effect how it pulls, the physics for rollers/sliders remain constant. Lighter ones will improve pickup/retard top speed, while heavier ones are slower off the line, but have better top speed/fuel efficiency.

You're likely right that you'd have to switch back to the BMW variator to use Dr. Pulley, but I can't speak to that, as I don't have direct experience.
Thanks again for prompt answers
I will report to forum when all done and tested
 
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