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post #61 of 91 Old 08-15-2017, 08:25 PM
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You just didnt like what I had to say. Dont get all butthurt. I had a valid point. The common is the Woolich regardless of the other mods. You dont like that because you firmly believe its something else so you spent six pages telling everyone they were wrong and you were right.

You said "Early in the thread there was an assumption that Woolich was the problem, it became clear that other tunes also have the problem."

Maybe I am missing it. Where are other tunes that have the problem ? I see everyone with the Guhl or Brocks/Guhl tune all work.

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Maybe I am missing it. Where are other tunes that have the problem ?
Selective reading skills from @NOLA troll.

Read the thread again and you will see Flashtune and Brock/Guhl having the problem too.
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Fair enough....Lets recap....

Robby9999-Woolich tune-Studder problem
H2015-Woolich tune-Studder problem
Kawah2-Woolich tune-Studder problem
Turbo329-Flashtune/PCV-Studder problem

NOLA-Guhl tune-No problem
Lamf1969-Guhl tune-No problem
BobC-Guhl tune-No problem
h2madness!-Guhl tune-No problem (Actually Guhl tune fixed it after midpipe change studdered it)

And just for completeness-Niobium23-Woolich tune on ZX-14-Studder problem

This is called trend based analysis. A five year old could see the commonality here. Dont get all pissy britches when I throw the facts of this thread back at you. I'm not a troll, you just dont like what you are hearing because you firmly believe you are right and we are all wrong or too ignorant to understand it like you do. Actually Niobium gave the best reasoning behind it and maybe the solution to why Woolich is dicked up.

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I know it's wrong to feed the trolls but...

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Fair enough....Lets recap....

Robby9999-Woolich tune-Studder problem
H2015-Woolich tune-Studder problem
Kawah2-Woolich tune-Studder problem
Turbo329-Flashtune/PCV-Studder problem

NOLA-Guhl tune-No problem
Lamf1969-Guhl tune-No problem
BobC-Guhl tune-No problem
h2madness!-Guhl tune-No problem (Actually Guhl tune fixed it after midpipe change studdered it)
Okay, so in just one post we have gone from you saying it was only a woolich problem to it's woolich and one other and if you read the thread properly you will see there are others too.

Your table is wrong.
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LOL, You are like watching fake news. All I did was recap the postings. You are redirecting. I'm not a troll, I have been here a pretty long time and think you are just unhappy your hypothesis is being questioned. So....

Please cite the post number's with the Guhl problems with the studder.

Just an FYI...I had this post and the entire page opened on another screen. I copied that info directly.

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My comments in post 64 are correct.

try again @NOLA troll
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Thank you sir. That means I am correct.

Fake news takes another loss.

MAGA.

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Ignore @NOLA Troll.
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There is a lot of stuff in the last 7 pages, I've used Woolich products for years. I have one advantage though, I've been a auto tech all my life. I do all my work myself and tuning myself... Who knows what the guy did that tuned your bike. You can easily make mistakes on any of the throttle, ignition or fuel maps that could be causing your concern. I can tell you one thing, the PAIR and EVAP should be manually disconnected and your guy should be logging data thru a wideband 02 sensor with the traction control turned off. One other thing, dyno tuning with datalogging compared with real world riding with datalogging produce different results.... Anything can be fixed. You need to rule things out one by one.
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That is thought provoking...what I wonder is, does the bare bones regular out the box Woolich tune do it, or only after the parameters have been adjusted does it do it ? I wonder if the studder occurs with their non modified flash.

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