I hate to admit it but the reading really taught me the value of a dynotune. I know that it can be done by myself and I may try it out using the V tune. I'm learning about what the "cells" are and need to do more studying on what everything is. The one thing I understand is air/fuel ratio and it is but one of the many parameters. The cool thing about reading the instructions is that I know I want to play with most of the settings to get my bike as close to perfect as I can. It looked like the cam finder function requires a dyno.
2011 Road Glide Ultra, Andrews 57H, VeeTwin Performance street port, Big Sucker Intake, Rhinehart 2/1 w 4" muffler, Power commander V, Paugcho 17" bars, Stock seat recovered with leather, Michelin Comander II 140/80B front, Yokohama Envigor 205/60/16 rear. It's better on the dark side.
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