Did you dial the D Gen in just as the video shows? Easy tune and install?Your timing may be a little far advanced for a stock (or stage 1) tune.
Back it off a bit and see. It may also be advanced too far for your bike. Mine vibrated like an out of balance washing machine at +4. After asking around some Vic boards, I was directed to back it off a bit. Set to +2 and all was well and seemed to have all the advantages of the timing wheel.
Lots say a Vic is going to snap, crackle, and pop. If mine did, it would be fixed or gone. I have a Doebeck Gen +4 tuner. Said I'd never do that but the spark plugs told a story I didn't care for much. All seems well with the tuner and the tune now. Oh and no popping, coughing, or gagging. Burns me up to have to put a tuner on to make a stock bike work right though.
Congrats, and enjoy the ride. Hope things work out well for you. They should.
No. I used the numbers from a guy on another forum. They seem to be a good enough starting point. I also set one of the double color to a slightly higher setting as per the consensus of others.Did you dial the D Gen in just as the video shows? Easy tune and install?
Sweet! Kyle will have you running strong and smooth. thumb up