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ltank

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Preferred Type of Dyno
« on: August 02, 2020, 10:21:16 AM »

When searching for a shop to make a few Dyno Runs,
What type of Dyno machine is the most preferred?
What questions should I ask?
  My 98 King has S&S V124 with Powerhouse 595E cam, S&S Big Bore Super G with Thunderjet Pro. RB Racing LSR2-1 with 2" primary headers.
   I have the RSR AIR/FUEL Meter that I used to tune the jetting on the streets and highway everyday use in the real world.
  I am at 300 feet elevation A/F ratio stays constantly
Between 13.8 and 13.2. Surprisingly when I rode to the Smokies the A/F stayed between 13.8 and 12.7.even at 6500 elevation. On the highway I ran motor between 3200 to 4800 rpm occasionally.
I did take rpm to 5200 once but didn't have time to look at A/F meter. Bike was hauling ass!
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ltank

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    • CVO1: 2000 FXR4 S&S V111, CustomS.S. 2-1 exhaust, Primo-Rivera OD 6 speed, 49mm Custom Front End Ohlins 30mm Fork cartridges , Hyperpro Shocks, Barnett Scorpian Clutch
    • CVO2: 1983 88" Shovelhead Won the World of Wheels 1985 Sept 85 Issue of Hot Bike Mag
    • CVO3: 1989 FXRS, 1990 Custom 100" Shovelhead/ EVO
Re: Preferred Type of Dyno
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2020, 10:54:17 AM »

RSR AIR/FUEL Meter resized to post
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