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Old 10-09-2013, 04:26 PM   #26
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Originally Posted by rossguzzi View Post
Interesting thread.
Would you say the throttle on off is nice and smooth now? Better than stock?
For sure 100% better than stock, better MPG and no hick-ups rolling on and off the throttle. I've been able to play with the target AFR and get it lean as possible without stutters. But yes, very smooth now.

I commute everyday to work on this bike all year around and Austin traffic can really suck sometimes and now I never have to worry about stalling or hickups. Same goes for trails.

BUT part of me wishes I took it to Ken Wheeler in Robbinsvile (NC because I was in that area in March) to get dyno-tuned for performance. I'm sure the bike is 95%-99% there because I can still pull wheelies and it's hella fast but the inner hooligan wonders how much faster it could go

I got a deal on PCV and autotune, just picked it up at the right time on ebay for cheap so I can't complain.
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