PC5 Auto Tuning without Dyno
I am looking for the proper method of riding your motorcycle to achieve a tune similar to a dyno. I have a PC5 with Auto Tune installed.
I have 2 great maps from Lloyd Greer, and Kevin Cross.
I had a excellent tuned map until I had my cams installed. Now I want to tune it again.
Is there a method of riding that a person like myself should follow, similar to being on a dyno? I understand how to accept trims. The maps I have are a great start with excellent AFR's for similar bikes.
I noticed when watching video's of bikes being dyno'd on youtube. Tuners usually get the bike into 4th or 5th gears and gun it. Then they make adjustments. I assume the adjustments that are made are similar to accepting trims.
In order to accept trims in all cells. Am I going to have to gun it in 1st gear let off throttle completely, and 2nd gear let off completely, and so on. Repeating this procedure until I have tuned all 6 gears. I would assume it would be best to go all the way up to 6,000 rpm's in all 6 gears. Well 1-4th anyway. I have my Rev X-tended in the Power Commander software. That gets me to 6k rpm's in 1-4th gears. Still thinking about getting my ECU reprogrammed by Lloyd Greer to achieve 6,200 rpms in all 6 gears.
BTW This is what I'm running:
I own a 2013 Victory Cross Country with these performance mods.
1. VM1 Cams
2. D&D Boss Slip Ons (Unwrapped Baffles)
3. Lloyds High Flow Filter
4. Adjustable Timing Gear set to +4
5. Idle air Valve
6. 1/4 turn throttle ring
7. Power Commander 5 with Auto-Tuner
Thanks in advance. I'm ready to get my baby tuned to it's full potential. I live in Oregon. So it's difficult to find a good Victory Tuner like on the east coast.
2013 Metallic Flamed XC, D&D exhaust, Lloyds High Flow Filter, Lloyds Idle Air Valve, Lloyds Adjustable Timing gear, PC5, Auto-Tune. VM1 cams. JL Audio M400/4, Polk's MM651's and MM691's. Gorilla Bagger Bars, 6x9 saddlebag lids, 21" WitchDoctor Revolver wheel. Too many extra's to list!!!!
2006 Victory Hammer 106 Stroker kit, lloyds Torque Tubes, Bassani 2 into 1 exhaust, PC3. "Traded for 13' XC"