Let me know what you find out. I might be needing a dyno tune aswell.ok sweet, I'll do some calling today. Thanks for your help on this guys. On a side note, I'm new to the dyno world...can a motor cycle shop with the technology do this, or is it completely different programming?
Boatman, do you know the name of the place in Sedalia?
been in there a few times, they are HIGH on their prices for race fuel for sure. so the 250 was a full on tune for every gear? post some sheets!Yes I went up there and got it completed. I have some really crappy cell phone video's that I was going to post of the process, but they're brutal and it really doesn't do the process justice. Everything was very professional and everything was completed in 75 minutes.
I have the paperwork at home of the gains that the machine has made. The main thing that he improved was the lower end of the machine, the fuel/air ratio, and the throttle. It used to be that even with the throttle pinned wide open, I could only get 85% of full throttle...now I get the full 100%. The fuel/air was set in 19's, he reduced it to a steady 13.0 through all gears. Then he went through the mapping process and completing changed everything.
I haven't taken the quad out yet to run it because of the rain.