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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-20-2012, 09:42 AM Thread Starter
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2011 RG Ultra. Just installed Tman 555tq cams. Screaming Eagle intake. Old style Bassani 2 into I header. Presently running the PCV with auto tune.
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98 or 103?

I have one or my 2010 FLTRX with Tman 555tq cams, HD ventalator and the old fuelmoto open 2 into 1 head pipe. I also have a PCV and auto tuner.

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98 or 103?

I have one or my 2010 FLTRX with Tman 555tq cams, HD ventalator and the old fuelmoto open 2 into 1 head pipe. I also have a PCV and auto tuner.

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It's a 103
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I thought the purpose of the auto tune was so you didn't need a map....i guess i'm mistaken on that?

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It helps to have one fairly close to what you are running plus doing a cam change I don't think it could tune for that.
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Thanks Ben. I'll try it and see. How did it work for you ?
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It helps to have one fairly close to what you are running plus doing a cam change I don't think it could tune for that.
With the Auto Tune, the important part is the Target AFR. If you have a good table for that, Auto Tune can adjust just about anything.

It is good to have a base map close to what you have, so the tuning goes quicker. Default Auto Tune settings only allow a +/- 20% change. If your tune needs to go outside that range, it will take several adjustments. But, aside from that, Auto Tune can adjust pretty much any change.

Fuel Moto sent me their basic 103 Map for my 2009. It has a 96, bored out to 103 and with added Woods TW-7H cams, and now Dragula Pipes. My Auto Tune is pretty much dialed in now, at least for around town riding, with trims down in the +/- 2 to 3 percent ranges. I lowered the adjustment range down to +/- 10% to keep it from going haywire. I took a ride thru some Missouri Hills the other day, and I noticed a few cells were getting larger trims. That is because they have not been used before. Different riding will use different cells in the Trim/Target AFR/Fuel tables. Once you get a good reading for a cell, it should not change much unless something else changes on the engine.

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Thanks Ben. I'll try it and see. How did it work for you ?
It worked well. The issue I had was that the mechanic did not install the map before starting the bike and, in my case, blew out the baffle on the muffler, so it was hard to tell what the end effect was until I got a new baffle.

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