I need some Constructive advice here. Those of you that know I'm building a bike to track, know that I had it reflashed a few years ago. After that it got dyno tuned, adjusting the fueling to be Very smooth throughout the rev range. I have no complaints there at all. Just thought maybe it could've made more than 169 rwhp with the proper flash (mainly with the timing bump).
I just sent my ECU out to Archer to be flashed again, having the timing adjusted (since I don't think that was done initially), among a few other things like TC settings, no fuel cut, no exhaust servo, etc.
He should have it by tomorrow, on Saturday, and he is going to look into what was changed the first time around. After that, we are going to decide exactly what we're going to change in it.
Here's my question:
-Do you think I should keep my current fueling (since it has been tuned already, and I'm happy with That part), and just add the necessary timing and other options on top?
-Do you think that I should drop the current fuel mapping all together, load Archers slip on map, and re-dyno tune after?
*Keep in mind that Archer's slip on map was created with an M4 slip on. I have an AR-GP2 slip on. Dyno tuning is also recommended after reflashing a new fuel map.
The thing is, I don't want to spend money unnecessarily on more dyno tuning, if it's not really required.
What's everyone's opinion?
I know there are a lot of die hard loyal's here that may just say "Reflash it! You won't regret it!" That won't really help me.
So please only give constructive advice here. Thanks.
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