What happened to your bike with auto tune installed. Also did you have your local dealer/bike shop to program your auto tune, done it yourself, or someone with well known experience working with auto tune devices done the work for you?Do not place this equipment , AUTO TUNE , will break your bike !!!
Unfortunately I do not stay near Ohio to visit Brock's. Any well respected tuners near Atlanta, Georgia that anyone recommend? If not I guess I have no choice but to take a long road trip
PureRacing,Unfortunately I do not stay near Ohio to visit Brock's. Any well respected tuners near Atlanta, Georgia that anyone recommend? If not I guess I have no choice but to take a long road trip
You can always skip wasting your money on piggy back controllers and for the same price, go straight to having your ecu reflashed that'll have the fueling already dialed in and get all the benefits of an ecu flash removing factory limitations and getting performance that pure fueling can't touch. 2 Wheel DynoWorks has been doing that successfully on many bikes including the H2.
Build your map with autotune, then disconnect it and import the map over. that'll be your best bet at getting as close as you can to a good tune on your own. don't just run autotune constantly, it'll end up not being able to manage the fueling properly. on top of that, the high performance capabilities of forced induction engines usually requires a tuner with solid knowledge of tuning said engines, even with it's fancy knock sensors, a bad tune can grenade any engine
Wrong. They're very useful and can build fuel maps far faster Than flash software and can then be imported into flash files. Not every bike benefits from an ecu flash, while every bike benefits from its fueling being tuned. For making tiny adjustments on the fly they are great. Fit new air filter, no small piece of hardware, need to make 1% adjustments, and it takes 10x as long to make and verify those changes using flash software.EXACTLY, Pigs are outdated technology, but Dynojet and their retailers still want to sell them to you. Why? $$$ of course.
What you don't see is how far the AFR curve was off for this specific application. Ask Nels, these are the words I got direct out of his mouth over the phone on Friday. The AFR from the ECU just being dropped in ranged anywhere from 10.5:1 in the top end to 18:1 in the low end; widely erratic across the board. The PCV had to be fit in order to bring the fuel in line to get the results he obtained. It wasn't simply drop in the ECU and bam, instant 257HP on the very first run after warm up.However on this bike, an ecu flash is the way to go as 2 wheel Dynoworks has shown