Originally Posted by ebrabaek
Dont believe the base map loads. It is not as simple as just input the parameters, and go ride..... unless you then ride...go back and adjust.....ride again....adjust....etc. We took the base map, and he changed parameters to suit his knowledge, and to back up what the dyno told him. We did 5 runs with the whole system, and it was perfect.... no need to tweak anything. As the guys that has done them dynoless..... From all the post I have seen by people doing this.... There have been a learning curve....and tail chasing....
Indeed, you have to go back a few times accepting the trims, so it might take some riding (and usb fiddling), but the end result shouldn't be different than what a good brake dyno will provide, plus it is free. In fact the result will be even better as no dyno can simulate the road, or the way you ride.
I will soon do exactly the same to a friends 990, so I will know first hand.