What base map should I start with?
My 2009 Road Glide is getting some major engine work done because it had a tight spot in the rods.
Besides new flywheel assembly and other parts, it is getting SE-255 cams installed and new piston rings. It is going to need some break in miles and tuning.
My question is what is the best choice for a base map to use for the break in mileage (500 to 1000 miles) when I get this bike back from the dealer??
I have a new SE Pro Super Tuner (32109-08C), cables and training DVD.
I am not concerned with squeezing every last drop of performance out of the new cams just yet but want an optimum map that will allow the rings to seat and cams with their new SE lifters to wear in initially.
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Last edited by fragmentum; 02-17-2014 at 08:13 AM.