Yes I have. Sorry for not getting back sooner.
Overall the thing worked pretty well. It had a Bosch O2 sensor, a little box that looked similar to the Dobeck tuner that I have on my motorcycle which converts the digital readings to analog, and a gauge that suction cups to the tank. It also has various cords to provide power depending on if you have a cigarette lighter, or need to connect directly to the battery, or into a battery tender plug, etc. It comes with the proper sized drill bit, the rivnuts, as well as all hardware needed to connect the thing as well as clear directions on how to set up and use.
The readings on the gauge were easy to work with, and seemed to pick up even the smallest changes that I could make with my tuner. Overall I got it running to a point where I'm very happy with it.
Before I sent it back to Dobeck we installed it on my father in laws Harley. He has done quite a bit of work to it, such as heads, pipes, cams, and God only knows what else. He's a bit of a cheater in this area. Likes to go fast, but look stock. Sort of old school I guess. Anyway, his bike was set up on a Dyno so it seemed like a good check of the tuning system I rented. Ready for this, the gauge was pretty darned accurate. I could see that when tuning my motorcycle that each adjustment on the Dobeck was changing the mixture in about .2 increments, IE 13.7:1 to 13.9:1, etc., but just didn't know if these readings were indeed accurate. We were able to confirm that they were indeed by comparing it to the way my father in laws bike was set up.
So now my bike is running good, and frankly like it should have from the factory. It isn't the fastest out there, but that isn't what I was going for. It just runs clean, is responsive, much cooler, and has power that feels linear when twisting the throttle. It is tractor like in the mountains and requires little shifting on twisty mountain roads even two up. It revs to redline quickly when getting after it which was only a dream when I started this journey. I'm calling it done. Time to ride.
Last edited by CalVet; 03-16-2013 at 10:04 AM.