I'm planning on getting a custom map done. There's a few Dynojet centres around, there's one close by that I know nothing of, and there's a couple further away that have good reputations.Does the quality of the map depend on the skills of the dyno technician? Will I get identical results if I take the bike to two different dyno centres? Or should I take it to the guys that have a reputation for doing the best work?Ta, in advance.
Depends partly on the powercommander being fitted, if its a PC111, PC111R or PC111USB, dynojets tuning link software takes over and does most of it, the operater enters/follows certian parameters about the make and model of bike, does a group of runs and the sofware builds a map to correct the differences.
However there is no substitute for experience
sorry - this isn't quite true, you've been given duff info.
By utilizing the Dynojet "Real Time" air/fuel ratio monitoring equipment and latest "load control" Dynamometer technology, the Tuning Link monitors the current air/fuel ratio at over one hundred and forty different points. At the same time, the Tuning Link automatically calculates the correct fuel adjustment to achieve the user desired air/fuel ratio. Once calculated, the Tuning Link uploads these new fuel values to the Power Commander and saves a copy of the file.
That sounds like the tuning link does create the map automatically. Not everybody uses the tuning link though.
Become a fan of Visordown
Follow us on twitter
Other Immediate Media Sites
Our eCommerce Platform
© Immediate Media Company Ltd 2012. This website is owned and published by Immediate Media Company Limited. www.immediatemedia.co.uk