Hi, I read your offerings in your link, but didn't read the entire thread, so I'm not sure if this has been asked already.
Can you do the timing bump like the Guhl flash does?
Other than that it looks like you can do everything else from what I read. I'm asking because I had both of my gen4's flashed by Dynotronics, back in 2011. Very long story there (can be found in the "Dynotronics Reflash Nightmare" thread). Anyway, the bike that wasn't screwed up got tuned and has a slip on, but still pops a bit on decel. I had to replace the ECU in other bike and then had Guhl reflash it and have been very happy with it. Only thing that could've been better would be the cost of the reflash (which btw, I really like that you don't think you should charge an arm and a leg to do your service).
The only differences performance wise between the two bikes are that the Guhl flashed bike has a full system and is un-tuned, and the Dynotronics flashed bike has a slip on and has been tuned (Both have the pair system removed with block off plates installed). The Guhl bike definitely feels to have a bit more power to me through the entire rev range, though this is unconfirmed on the dyno as of yet, and may or may not be due to the header design, or a combo of that and the flash.
The slip on bike was dyno'd at 170 to the wheel, and though it feels fast, I'm certain it has more to give.
Basically I just want to get the timing increase on the slip on bike, and possibly get rid of the popping, or the majority of it. Can you do that, and would I be advised to re-tune afterward?
I don't know the extent of the "tronics" reflash, and whether the pair system removal was part of it, though I can say I don't have any lights on the dash since physically eliminating it.
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