Main Motorcycle: '11 Speed Triple
Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Oakland CA
Other Motorcycle: '13 Mag Wheel Bonnie
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No difference at all bros!
And for all the work you have to do to remove it, let it stock....
You need to block SAI to have reliable measurements on the dyno. If SAI is open the fresh air will throw off the exhaust gas analyzer.
You can re-enable SAI after dyno if you so wish.
I would also weld a M18 O2 sensor bung onto the header collector, to improve readings on the dyno.
Exactly as Martin says - the dyno operator will probably insist anyway
What is the shop?
There is also FactoryPro in San Rafael or JT&S Performance at Infineon Raceway
I doubt if Fastline has even seen a Triumph?
Have no basis for that - just a feeling
Are they using DynoJet?
If so, not ideal for tuning with TuneECU or TuneBoy - most DynoJet operators are not real tuners, they just run the automated programs.
Ask them if they have experience of a Keihin Triumph and understand particularly how to manipulate the L vs F tables.
Either of the places I mentioned are good - I have personally worked with Jim at JT & S on the dyno and he is good guy;
I think FactoryPro might have the most experience.
Check out their velocity stacks! - http://www.factorypro.com/Prod_Pages/prodtd_955.html
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