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How do I Reprogram ECM with Screamin Eagle EFI race tuner kit (pn 32107-01E) WITHOUT DYNO.


You can use a laptop or desktop computer to reprogram the ECM. If you do this, you will be changing the maps in the computer. The maps may or may not properly tune the bike, depending on accessories such as air cleaner and exhuast, and what modifications, if any, were made to the engine., Dyno tuning is the way to go. It monitors air flow, fuel flow, exhaust gasses, etc. Air and fuel can be added and/or deleted from any part of the map for the most efficient operation. Not using a dyno is just guessing and you could make the bike run worse.

Dec 28, 2012 | Motorcycles

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My local HD dealer just installed a HD race tuner, a air cleaner kit and a set of Vance+Hynes true dual exhaust and dyno-tuned on my 2008 Road Glide, $1600.00 parts+labor . I bought the bike from them used...


Take it to another dealer. Dealers usually will not warranty any type of performance work. I find it difficult to see why the exhaust would cause the vibration. Just make sure the exhaust is supported properly to the frame. I would however suspect the race tuner. If the tuner is not adjusted correctly it will cause the engine to run poorly. It may even cause the engine to overheat. I'd suspect the igniton timing. Take it to another dealer or to an aftermarket that has a "good dyno man".

Now, there are two types of dyno-tunes. One, is actually not a dyno tune but more of a dyno run up. Regrettfully, this is what most dealers do. They install a bunch of stuff and then put your bike on the dyno, run it up, and get a print out of the horsepower and torque, that's it. This is simply a run up. The charge us usually about $35 - $50 or so.

Now a true dyno tune is totally different. The run up is just the beginning to establish a baseline. Then changes are made to your race tuner, intake, fuel map, timing settings, and exhaust to get the highest horsepower and torque out of your bike. You are usually charged "X" amount of dollars to begin with and then some much per hour. I've seen a good dyno man work on a bike for several hours changing jetting and such on the bikes and believe me, if the guy does what he's supposed to do, you can feel the difference. Bad part is a "good dyno man" is very hard to find.

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Steve

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I have just redone my 2007 dyno bmx bike and I was wondering if I could swap parts with other bike parts


Some parts, you can. It depends on what parts and what bikes, and noone really has an all-inclusive list that I've ever found.

Best thing to do is measure up the part you want to replace, then check for parts that have the same important dimensions.

Jul 21, 2010 | Dyno Black Bmx Bicycle Handlebars Bike...

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Dyno mountain bike with a braking noise


If it is when you pedal, check the bottom bracket (where the cranks are attached) The bearings might need changing which would cause the noise.

Do the handlebars rock back and forward, if so, check and tightent the headset, check the bearings inside if they are dry or broken, replace and re-grease.

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Power loss


In the absence of any FI codes/light, my next suspect would be the ignition coils. If the old plugs showed soot on ONE of the plugs, that coil might be your problem. The only reliable check is a spark tester that read the output while the bike is running.

Apr 07, 2010 | 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C50

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How to operate the gears and shift , I got the bike givin to me no manuel all I know is the it looks to be in good shape


log onto trek.com and go to support. Shifting gear isw simple enough just press the bottom shift to go up nto easier gear and pull on top shift to go to higher(harder) gear

Mar 21, 2010 | Mountain Trek Bontrager 24 Spoke Radial...

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01 zx9r it feels like its starving for gas between 5 and 8 grand


very important to check valve clearance and have it run on a dyno to see if jetting and power is were it should be. I could refer you to a shop if I knew were you live.

May 01, 2009 | kawasaki Full Suspension Mountain Bike Men

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No spark


hi mate disconnect the cut out switch and try kicking it over if still no spark check connections are pushed together propally there buggers sometimes and push the plug to the cdi in also consider replacing spark plug and try the coil on a different bike and see if it works goood luck

Apr 22, 2009 | kawasaki Full Suspension Mountain Bike Men

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What Spark plugs to install?


yes the 8 is the hotter plug just for giggles how do you know that it's running lean? have you had someone put it to the 4or5 gas analyzer, NOT A DYNOJET DYNO? it's the only way to know for sure and by how much. the reason i say not the dyno-jet is because of the fact that it uses a wide band 02 sensor which in this case only gives a limited amount of info versus the 4gas. some people have said the hotter plugs has run better for them, but i can'tconfirm. i can confirm that i hadn't noticed much difference between the Iridium plugs and the stock. no improvement on the dyno and nothing really noticeable anywhere else. for the price of stock NGK's thats what i would stay with. marco,,,

Nov 10, 2008 | 2003 Aprilia RSV Mille

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