Absolutely get in dyno tuned. You have spent big money getting a top tier motor. A proper tune is almost mandatory!
My opinion only. The best way to break a motor in is on the dyno. The operator has full control of this situation, no traffic to deal with, stop lights, etc.
When I assembled my motor, I put a "Ballpark tune" into my PC5 just to make sure it ran and check for leaks.. Shut it off, put it in the trailer to the tuner.
He broke the motor in and tuned it in one day. I didn't have to bring it back to get the "Final Tune".
Money well spent, it was budgeted into the build cost.
Best tuner/ The one the guy tuning it likes the best. PV, TTS are the most common along with Thundermax
2009 Road Glide. 16 in Vindikta Wild Cats. Aquatic AV, Stinger 700X4 to MMats PA 601, Audiopipe horns.
Ground Zero 7X10 in the lids w/ sspn.4 1000d, tuned with DD Audio DSI-2. S&S 106, lifters, push rods and AC. Drago 2. CycleRama 575. Progressive monotones -1in. 12in. HD adjustable rear shocks. Painted inner fairing. Tuned with TTS. Blacked out!
Last edited by phillyfan1; 04-12-2019 at 02:03 PM.