Search Dynojets canned maps on their site. Find one close use it run some auto tune runs with just the basic unit and ride. To save time start on page 3 and go down the list.Agreed. FM did not feel like they had a map close enough. I was trying to avoid spending $500 ish on a PV, then anouther 2,3,400 or so on dyno time.
smitty, thanks for the input. I did ask FM about looking at DynoJet's tunes. They stated that they had done that, and that there wasn't one close enough. Just passing on what they said. I was still planning on reaching out to them directly, but it doesn't seem likely, based on what FM told me.Search Dynojets canned maps on their site. Find one close use it run some auto tune runs with just the basic unit and ride. To save time start on page 3 and go down the list.
I am not as knowledgable as many on this topic. I did ask FM about doing just what you said, they said that the auto tune does not address the parameters with the tune that they were concerned about. I didn't really think that my engine build was that uncommon so as to not be able to find a decent tune from FM. Again, I know that I could but the PV, then go buy 3-4 hours of time on a dyno. Just trying to avoid another $1K.I got a semi close tune and got the auto tuner on ebay for $50. I went on a 100 mile ride, threw the trims on and it ran great. I update it again every couple months just for the hell of it.
Follow up. FDR, I reached out, again to FM, got another guy on the phone. we're going to do what you suggested, even though I was told different yesterday. They are loading a tune that'll be close, finding a similar cam with high compression tune. My tuner guy can take it from there. And I'll get the much needed speedo recalibration.It's your choice of cam. Look for something close to it. If you had a woods cam FM would have a close tune. I got a 777 in my twin cam and their tune was 5 hp close to dyno.