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I have a 2000 and I just had it dyno tuned and it seems like it lost something on mid to top is there a good downloadable map that is good for mid to top or am I just stuck because of it being a V?
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What did your map look like, especially the air/fuel ratios.
You should have gotten a printout after the dyno runs.
The air/fuel ratio for max power should be around 13-13.2:1.
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What did your map look like, especially the air/fuel ratios.
You should have gotten a printout after the dyno runs.
The air/fuel ratio for max power should be around 13-13.2:1.
1st run was at 11.9 2nd run was at 12.6. the company that did it of what i can tell are new to bikes he said set it up this way because of the heat here in the valley which has been from 98 to 108 the past week or so and it is supposed to be a hot summer here. im not sure if that is true or not but any help or a good cental cali shop i can go to would be nice that does bikes like this would be awsome.
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