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Seems that alpha-n principle is challenging when higher (>14Psi) boost is used.

Do You have suggestion about system using TPS, 2-3bar MAP and 2*wide band oxygen sensors to define fuel and ignition?

Is somebody using KMS MD35 in V-Rod?

http://kms.vankronenburg.nl/products_ecu.html
 

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be careful with the abbreviations. The VRSC lineup uses an ECU for the ABS brakes and a ECM for the engine. Check out the PERFORMANCE section of this forum for better info.
 

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They have som cool stuff.. and nearby
 

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Seems that alpha-n principle is challenging when higher (>14Psi) boost is used.

Do You have suggestion about system using TPS, 2-3bar MAP and 2*wide band oxygen sensors to define fuel and ignition?

Is somebody using KMS MD35 in V-Rod?

http://kms.vankronenburg.nl/products_ecu.html
thanks for the link,, very interesting looking system.. as you know there are many engine managment systems out there that can handle a turbo v-rod.. the only real problem is if somebody hasn`t already done at least some basic mapping for a combination similar to yours it takes some serious work and head scratching to get the system completely setup..a friend of mine set up a motec on his turbo kawasaki, with no starting map and having to enter all the settings for all the sensors and such it was a major job just getting it running .. it took many many hours of work and tuning to get it completely sorted out..if you go with this system post how it works and what it takes to get it sorted..
 

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http://www.ms3efi.com/

The learning curve is a little steep but worth the effort. Turbo applications require MAF or Speed Density.

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a friend ran a mega squirt on his car,but they never got it right, in my opinion you have to follow what others have already worked out unless you have the time and dyno access and a pretty fair amount of tuning knowledge to tackle a complete set up and tuning of an engine management system that isn`t already designed for your application..of course if you get your bike running with a different system than anybody else you get lots of style points from the all the less worthy`s that are now grovelling at your feet..
 
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