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Old 03-29-2016, 05:22 PM   #1
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TTS install coming soon.

Well I pulled the trigger, got me a TTS kit. Polished,should see it in a week or so. Now any tips or tricks for the install? Also I have the Power commander V with auto tune, will I be able to use this? I know of some using just the PCV and it working great. I wonder if the auto tune is even worth to have it on now. Any maps? recommendations?
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Old 03-29-2016, 05:39 PM   #2
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Congrats man! I hope some day soon I will get to join you guys in the club (or maybe a turbo? ). I can't help you with your questions, but keep us updated on the install and take some pics if you have a chance. Good luck!
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Old 05-11-2016, 02:37 PM   #3
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UPDATE... Well no update really. I have my PCV, Auto Tune all set up to run pressure based to properly tune the SC. I have yet to receive it. Gonna be 2 months in a week or so. Has been in customs for I say almost 7 days. Has not even left the UK.. sad very sad but lets hope the kit is nice enough for the wait.
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Old 05-11-2016, 03:02 PM   #4
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I hope to get this kit in the near term - hoping to see the latest kit installed. I'm probably opting for twin-tec since I like all of the extra features. Good luck!
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Old 05-11-2016, 08:07 PM   #5
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Install is easy. You will be happy with the results.
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Old 05-12-2016, 09:22 PM   #6
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bought my PC V from cyclesolutions.com who also travel the country for bike weeks with a dyno. The owner said NOT to buy the auto tuner. Said it's junk. He explained it's better than stock but you could do better learning the software and doing the tunes yourself by ear than using the auto tune. He does recommend the PC V, which I also like and tinker with the settings even tho I've had the bike dyno'd by them.
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Old 05-12-2016, 10:20 PM   #7
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bought my PC V from cyclesolutions.com who also travel the country for bike weeks with a dyno. The owner said NOT to buy the auto tuner. Said it's junk. He explained it's better than stock but you could do better learning the software and doing the tunes yourself by ear than using the auto tune. He does recommend the PC V, which I also like and tinker with the settings even tho I've had the bike dyno'd by them.
I have had the auto tuner for a year on my bike and has worked great, better than my dyno tune. Before i purchased i spoke to the guys at fuelmoto and the talked good about it. The issue is many don't know how to tune with the AT and even then dont know how to tune by pressure with the auto tune....i will be tuning with the auto tune via pressure based map...
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Old 05-13-2016, 03:53 PM   #8
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He explained it's better than stock but you could do better learning the software and doing the tunes yourself by ear than using the auto tune.
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Karzza, Eric Clapton is doing his tuning ! While his guitar gently weeps...
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Karzza, Eric Clapton is doing his tuning !
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bought my PC V from cyclesolutions.com who also travel the country for bike weeks with a dyno. The owner said NOT to buy the auto tuner. Said it's junk. He explained it's better than stock but you could do better learning the software and doing the tunes yourself by ear than using the auto tune. He does recommend the PC V, which I also like and tinker with the settings even tho I've had the bike dyno'd by them.
Hmm so why do they even use dyno's if they can tune by ear.. They must have some really good hearing to be able to hear when the afr is within range...
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No, you put your mouth over the exhaust to check the afr..... ear is just for timing..... geeez
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Old 05-16-2016, 02:17 PM   #13
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No, you put your mouth over the exhaust to check the afr..... ear is just for timing..... geeez
Everybody knows you taste the exhaust for timing dude. Get with it!
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As the supercharger produces boost linearly and with direct relationship to tps. I always tune to tps and forget the boost. The only down side is if you tune at sea level and start touring up mountains, it could run rich. But with AT you can compensate. Should be an excellent solution.
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As the supercharger produces boost linearly and with direct relationship to tps. I always tune to tps and forget the boost. The only down side is if you tune at sea level and start touring up mountains, it could run rich. But with AT you can compensate. Should be an excellent solution.
Yea, I have a base map set for tps vs rpm but have heard if tuning via pressure with the auto tune should be good. I will go with the tps vs rpm with auto tune first and the play around with pressure after I get it all set up. Now to wait for Custom's to quit playing games.
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