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Discussion in 'EFI Maps and Tuners' started by cardboard, Jun 15, 2014.

  1. cardboard

    cardboard Well-Known Member

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    Fuelmoto send me a map with my piston. 107 motor, Woods 555 cams. Level b heads. and jackpot stainless 2in1in2 header pipes with the mufflers I have.
    Something ain't right in the 2000 to 3000 rpm range if you twist the throttle hard.
    Hope I don't have to find somebody to dyno it.
    I don't trust folks i don't know.
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    FLHTbiker Moderator Staff Member

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    I envy you having a dog. We have a house full of cats. Got one that hangs with me all the time. Always had a dog when I was a kid growing up. Gonna have another one someday.
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    cardboard Well-Known Member

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    Sorry dude I'm not a cat person.

    I like dogs. They understand folks. And will alert you if something happens.
    A lab is great dog, the cheaper ones are hard to train and don't listen.
    I wanted one already trained. Man does it make it easier.

    You need to be a strong dog person to handle the new pup I got.
    He will try to dominate you.
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    FLHTbiker Moderator Staff Member

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    Like I said, I'm going to have another dog when I can get rid of most these cats.
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    cardboard Well-Known Member

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    You can't git rid of cats. They have mass litters all the time and you have even more.
    And its hard to give any of them away.
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    FLHTbiker Moderator Staff Member

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    The wife won't get rid of any. All of our cats have been fixed so they can't have any little rug rats. Even the lone male we took in (he was abandoned) is fixed. But he sure likes the wife man that's her baby now.
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    Ok so how did we end up talking about house critters rotflmfao!
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    FLHTbiker Moderator Staff Member

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    You think this one is bad go look at bought a new rifle and see about the 14 foot gator :p
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    Crocs and cats are a fun mix together too... but any more info on the new tuner and setup?:smuggrin:
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    FLHTbiker Moderator Staff Member

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    What I want to know is you have a tuner with its own setup and sounds like it does not work properly. Why a second or backup tuner until you figure out how to get this one properly tuned. Yea we got a bit sidetracked with the dogs and cat stuff but still don't think it hurt any.
    To me if you want a proper tune is find a guy who is a good tuner and go see him instead all the trial and error stuff. I know you said there are no good tuners around you but maybe your trying to do more to it then it's capable of. Not trying to degrade it but just a thought.
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    Nope, didn't hurt any to wander, funny as heck when you read from the start to where things went off track, but just wondering if any resolution to the problem yet.
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    actually as mods we should stop that stuff, and keep threads on topic
    oh look over there elephant!.......

    sorry got distracted...


    Do you have the ability to record data on the run, and start it whenever you want with the control panel, if so, take it out and get rolling, start the recording and get it into the zone where its running like crap, then stop and save that recording.

    Go back and while you have a redneck bud, replay the recording of the data looking for problems, were any codes set, is the afr out of whack, it's possible the new tuner is picking up some kind of flow issues with the o2 sensors and the exhaust/cam combo in that RPM range that the tmax was able to get around.

    YOu can send jamie that data file to review as well.
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    FLHTbiker Moderator Staff Member

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    Sometimes threads like from one poster can go on and on forever and they get boring so going off track is normal maybe not right but you to have done it many times!
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    Where's the elephant ?


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    It's over there just look


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    Oh! There it is.
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    He sure does and lots of it start to data log while it a I to tunning. Just like when you v tune . Its all the same .very similar software thjat we are use too.nice tuner
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    Well I wished I had a Dyno and knew how to use it.
    So I don't think Perf Version Dyno is gonna help me.
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    If you had a Dyno you could start a side business tuning bikes, that would keep you busy.
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    hotroadking Super Moderator Staff Member

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    You don't need a dyno

    Doesn't it have a data logging feature?
    If so go ride it and start the data log recording
    then you can send the file to Jamie to review
    and see if he can spot the problem and mod your map

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