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Old 04-23-2013, 04:37 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by terryckdbf View Post
There are 13 pages of write up on the link. A dyno run is useless to me, I ride on the street. A dyno run shows much less info than many days of riding with a GS-911 and datalogger.

If all you want is horsepower go another route, if you want better throttle control then any of the widebands will do that, programmed to any A/F R you want and for a lot less money. Putting more fuel in is easy, substantial horsepower gains need air, not so easy.

Hightechcoonass makes an excellent product, I have one, it is first class and works as advertised.

The OP asked for an alternative, the widebands, including PC V/ AT are far superior to the Wunderlich.

Good for you Terry..... I simply disagree with most of what you say, but will leave this alone, as so not to turn the thread into something it should not be.


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Old 04-23-2013, 06:33 PM   #17
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Agreeing to disagree is not bad, keeping it civil with no personal attacks can be good. You could change my mind and I am willing to learn.

I agree this is not the thread so we shall move on.

Be well, and good luck to the op.

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