Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Kapuskasing Ontario Canada
Mentioned: 3 Post(s)
I would aim for 13.9:1 at 5-20% (cruise), 13.4:1 at 40%, 13.3:1 at 60%, 13.2:1 at 80%, and 13.1:1 at 100% throttle.
Dynojet: "The PCV is configured to only allow the software to trim +/- 20% until you manually accept the trims. You can alter these limits in the Auto Tune configuration. The more the PCV learns, the lower you can make this value. By lowering this value it will work as a safety net so if something should go wrong in the unit or bike it will not cause the bike to run poorly.
• If fuel mileage is a concern, then you can alter the Target AFR values in the cruise range. Dynojet considers the cruise range to be around 5-20% throttle. Dynojet does not recommend making the bike any leaner than 14.7 in the Target AFR cells.
• Dynojet has found that for the best compromise of fuel mileage and throttle response, to set the cruise range to 13.7-14.0.
• For all other ranges 12.8-13.4 seems to work best."
Last edited by invader; 02-09-2011 at 09:34 PM.