:bs: :bs: :bs:spanman said:SERT - the only way to go. It's the only race tuner that changes your internal computer codes to match your new setting requirments and can be reprogramed over and over as needed.
Sold my Ass on Amsoil Air Filters, Just the fact that Amsoil personnel would take the time to share their point of view shows a genuine interest and pride in their product. That's the kind of company I appreciate and support. :cheers: Good Threadlandglider said:You owe it to yourself to read this thread on air cleaners http://www.1130cc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=58028&highlight=amsoil+aircleaner
Unless you have something to measure the AFR you have no way of knowing whether the tune is correct or not.spanman said:Maybe i'm just lucky to have a great mechanic on my side. But he made it look easy when installing the hardware and programing the SERT right on his laptop. The laptop application allows you to perform several diagnostic test, like a mini dyno tune right on the computer screen complete with printout. All I know is the motor runs fast, strong and clean. I really have no need to have the bike dynoed. And one day when I feel the need to rebuild with more HP that same SERT will be re-programed at no additional cost.
The only method that really matters, good ole feel for the machine. Don't get hung up on the numbers game. If it feels right.... it usually is.Spaz said:Unless you have something to measure the AFR you have no way of knowing whether the tune is correct or not.
I agree and what Harley doesn't tell you is the sert is proprietary to your electrical system, if a major computer part fails you'll need a new sert! Another marketing strategy?sgtrage said::bs: :bs: :bs:
SERT is overkill for typical pipes, topless, K&N application. Don't believe the hype.
Once it's running to your liking the plugs, exhaust and gas milage will supply all the diagnostics you'll need. If your looking to sqeeze every bit of horse it's a differant story.Spaz said:Lean feels good but it doesn't do the bike any good. This reminds me of that commercial many years ago that said " Pay a little now or a lot later"