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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-30-2014, 11:17 PM Thread Starter
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Dyno preference ??????

Hello! Just wondering what the general preference for a dyno is between the factory pro EC997 and dynojet 250i for solely tuning Harley's?? I have had some people throw their two cents in regarding the A/F tuning vs 4 gas etc so just looking for some more opinions. Brutal honesty appreciated!

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Hello! Just wondering what the general preference for a dyno is between the factory pro EC997 and dynojet 250i for solely tuning Harley's?? I have had some people throw their two cents in regarding the A/F tuning vs 4 gas etc so just looking for some more opinions. Brutal honesty appreciated!

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Brutally honest, who really cares. Both systems are just tools to and end and that end is a good running bike. What is more important to me is the persons ability to operate them. Now if you are wanting a "bragging sheet" go find the happiest dyno in your area and get a few pulls.

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Brutally honest, who really cares. Both systems are just tools to and end and that end is a good running bike. What is more important to me is the persons ability to operate them. Now if you are wanting a "bragging sheet" go find the happiest dyno in your area and get a few pulls.
Take the best dyno made, put it in the hands of a mediocre operator and it will produce a mediocre tune.


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