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Old 11-11-2012, 02:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Getting a Dyno on a 2011 Triple

I have an appointment to get a dyno run on my Triple next Saturday. There is a place in Santa Clara that uses TuneECU specifically for their dyno tuning and the owners are british. They had a few triumphs in their shop too so I feel fairly confident although I didn't see any reviews on yelp for their dyno work. I trust them more than my dealer. The question I have is though, should I map with or without the SAI blocked?
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I vote blocked
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No difference at all bros!
And for all the work you have to do to remove it, let it stock....
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No difference at all bros!
And for all the work you have to do to remove it, let it stock....
I can plug it in 5 minutes. Thank I'll see how the bike runs with and without first then decide.

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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.

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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.
This. You don't get proper readings if you inject air into the exhaust.

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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
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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
Hey DEcosse.

Ok. Gonna plug it tonight. The shop was gonna be Evolution in Santa Clara but I don't think they have a lot of experience. Fastline was recommended in Fremont. What do you think?

I still have to sort a high idle problem. Think my open and close cables aren't set right. Lots of play on last nights run after replacing the throttle body assembly.
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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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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
Thanks. I'll go wherever the most experience is with Triumphs. If you say JT&S then I'll give them a ring.

Evolution runs a mustang dyno and uses TuneECU exclusively. They did have a couple triumphs there but I think them having a dyno is new.

Not sure about Fastline yet. Didn't call em but they came recommended on the barf but those were Japanese bike guys.
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