I haven't read his site, but there are too many variables to account for, and the best he can do is a ballpark map.H
FWIW: From reading Thorsten's web-site about the MOTEC system, which is who I mean about dealing with the MOTEC... According to his info. there, he makes it sound like most everything is dialed in!...>? IF I am wrong then I'm wrong, but I am pretty sure that's the way it reads...
Not on an RC51, but I've dealt with them on various other bikes enough to know that it's superior to the PC3. When Bazzaz releases the ZFi for the RC51, I will be one of the first to buy it. Methinks it'll probably drop 'round the first of the year or late winter/ early spring.From the sounds of it, You got the BAZZAZ system already working? IF so, ofcourse that is Awesome!
Anyhow, I've got to get back to work but IF you have more info. on Your BAZZAZ set-up... dude I'd LOVE to Hear about it!
No worries, buddy... we're just having a discussion. What I say is based on my personal experiences (not what I read), and it will probably differ from others. I'm OK with that, and I'm not here to win debates or even make friends, really. I just want to share what I've found to work for me, and if it works for someone else, fckin' sweet. If not, then hey... my bike runs just fine, naw mean?Thanks for the info. LRO., You know me, I was not meaning to put out and CRAP info., and IF this is the case, I will Gladly erase my above reply. (^_-)
As for the difference between an auto tune and a tune done by a tuner... YES, a tune done by a tuner WILL make more HP... but not by much. This is fine if you're going for the last absolute HP for whatever reason, but $500 for an auto tune setup that will allow me to do it myself and compensate for ANY mods I could ever do (or even weather conditions/ elevation changes), vs. $350 (or whatever your local dyno expert charges) for a one time dyno tune session... well, the convienence far outweighs what little HP is left to be had. Furthermore, you can still find that HP if you know what you're doing, by going into the map yourself (remember when I said to bring a laptop in a back pack?) and fixing the areas that you see fit. The auto tune unit is basically a wide band O2 sensor that datalogs, so you can see everything a dyno tuner will see; the only difference is you'll probably have to break a few speed limits to log the data.