Funny thing about dyno's.... they usually have a hard time simulating the extra load you get from speed in the higher gears. I've noticed in my datalogs that my AFR will change slightly depending on the load... generally leaning out as the speed goes up. Something else to think about is that your NA bike does ram air compensation based on wheel speed... so if you had it dialed in on the road (using logs/wideband), your 'dyno tune' would be off at higher wheel speeds. Dyno's a great for numbers, the proof is in the performance/trap speed... don't let the dyno fool you!
The clear screen looks nice. I know I have a hard time seeing through those dark smoke screens... especially with a tinted visor on. They look cooler, for sure, but you should get better function out of the clear double bubble. The good news is it will be really easy to test them back-to-back at a speed event if you want to be sure. :)
Got that fender in last night too... It's a tricky fit on my forks, but I think I have a bracket that will work. The center-to-center distance on the gen 2 forks mounting holes is 3.95"-ish... what does it look like on the gen 4 forks?
Yea I was a little bummed that day for a bit with the low numbers but no point to get worked up about it. Great tool like you said but out on the road/track is where it actually matters.
Yep super easy to test on the windscreen, curious to see how it feels next week when I ride it to see if I notice any difference.
Yea I haven't even tried fitting the fender but looking it seems like it might be a little tricky after looking at it a bit last night. I didn't take the fender off and my digital caliper battery is dead but rough guess was about 4" between the center of the 2 fender bolts. Which is pretty damn close to your 3.95" looking back at your post today.
Kind of curious if my dme fender lowering brackets would work or if it would get it too close to the tire. I'll try messing with it after the 12th out at the strip.
Looking to maybe get some shorty levers too, looking at the bike the stock ones stick out a good bit and starting to figure every little bit helps!
Agree with this, just got a MRA screen with a light smoke seemed to make all the difference while wearing a tinted visor. I fi had to bet I would say it will help, looking forward to feed back after you have the chances to run it!
I'll make sure to post up how it does!