How many people here run this setup:
Cross bike/hardball /2010 Cross Roads
Lloydz hi flow filter /Victory high flow AF
Lloydz timing wheel at *4 degrees /mine's set at 7degrees
PCV [B/Lloydz VFCIII
O2 sensors unplugged /completely removed, holes plugged
any ANY slip on exhaust /OEMs with drilled baffles
Seems like a good combo. I want to know how it works and people's opinions.
Without a dyno, how do you know the ideal afr's at different loads,and RPM's, each cylinder.......Your making the AT sound alot harder than it is. If you set the AT to the desired afr then yes your bike will run at the set afr. But for your map it does require you to ride the bike at varying throttle positions then come home and hook your CP up and accept trims and your done. There is a ridiculous amount of misinformation on the internet and this site in general about the AT ...
I don't know if you missed my earlier post on this thread or what but I am running the Lloydz Filter, Lloydz Timing wheel at +4, PCV and Ness big Honker slipons. I used the map on the power commander website M19-009-007 and my XCT runs great. I know how a Victory should run My 2008 Vision was Cammed and tuned by Lloyd himself. Minus the cams I am happy with the results I got with this map on my 2013 XCT. At least try it, what have you got to lose?Well I'm at the "acceptance" stage with the PCV. It looks like there's now reputable tuner within over 1000 miles of my house and no maps close for that setup. I'm just going to keep the wheel at 0* and try the find a decent generic map.
It's frustrating. I've owned a bunch of bikes over the years and victory is the only brand I've had this problem with. Every other brand either had a ton of different maps or you could get one from someone else with no problem.
I'm just going to have to drive to Iowa or New York once the weather is nicer. Not what I was wanting to do.
Well, there is no reputable dyno tuner for quite a distance (at least 60+ miles). I'd rather use a reputable setup like that and then just use another person's PC map until I can pick a tuner.
But all the maps I find are for all the wrong combinations.
I have no problem sending you some maps to try, there are a few guys on here running one of my maps with nothing but good to say. Keep in mind that they were made with the autotune. My set up is
Timing wheel +4
PCV w AT +LCD screen
Full Bassani road rage 2 into 1
Let me know if you want to give one a shot....
I agree. Dynojet maps are set at 13.3 at 2,5,10 and 20 % throttle. That's seems like a waste of fuel to me.Honestly I'm not a fan of any of the overly rich and cautious dynojet maps. There is enough good people on here I'm sure someone can send you a map that would get you close, or give Rylan at the Vic shop a call and he'll hook you up with a map that would match your mods (I think he charges a small fee but he is a pro so it will be worth it)....