Originally Posted by RICZ
Pardon my ignorance, but is that combo plug and play, or must one do the dyno thing? Your offer is tempting as I'm seriously thinking of installing the Lloyds unit as its plug and play.
RicZ; from someone who has been using the same set up for a long time now; the dyno is optional. Some folks even feel the dyno is not good for the bike because of the way the bike is run to get all the key spots dialed in for load and speed.
If you plan on racing your bike and want every last little bit of power you can get out of it; then a dyno is necessary. If you just plan on riding it and want it to run good in the rpm's and speeds you ride in; then the auto tune will do it for you.
Depends on your bike's configuration with pipes, air filter, cams, etc. but setting the auto tune to only add fuel and not let it take fuel away by setting the enleanment to 0 or 1 is a good way to help it run best and cut down on popping and burping. Set the enrichment to 20, which is how they come, to slowly but surely find the sweet spot for the way you ride and for the way you have your bike set up.
Just my humble opinion but I have learned these lessons by listening to others who are better at this than I am.