That’s the best news this weekend!! Thanks for sharing. Looking forward to getting this tuner on board. I also just installed the Uni Filter to replace my dirty OEM. The bike might just be this close to being perfect! And I haven’t poured half the money into it as I did the DR650!You will keep your Clutch switch bypassed. I asked him. Uni filter, snorkel out, clutch bypass and free flowing muffler is how they were able to get the best gains.
Same here. Shipping confirmation came this morning. Please figure it all out for me. I won't have access to my bike for 3 weeks. I left it up where I ride and have a rally coming up the beginning of August. Lots to do when I get there too...I got a shipping notice from JDJetting today, so I guess it will be on the way tomorrow. With any luck I can try it out by next weekend.
As I understand it, the module comes pre-tuned for what they have found to work best with a free flowing exhaust and more open intake, according to their dyno results. Adjustments are made directly on their controller (which stays mounted on the bike) via up and down arrows. I am going to run their installed program for a while to see how I like it, but it seems pretty easy to change if needed. I will probably mount the controller under the seat once I am confident in the settings.Do these units come preset with certain mods in mind, like air filter and exhaust?
Or do you hook them up to a laptop and download a new map for the bike off a list that has one that matches what you have done or what you want to do?
I've installed controllers on a couple machines in the past, but it's been so long I'm sure things have changed.
I didn't see anything on the page that indicated whether this ran automatically or needed set up... Under additional information is just listed weight... maybe I was supposed to plug in my bike info.
I haven’t had much luck with tuners in the past. Had a Jet chip on an old gmc pickup that permanently screwed up the auto-transmission programming. Also had a friend install a dyno jet power commander on his Polaris ranger. 2 years later, the tuner fried the ecu and it needed to be replaced.KLR-Mule….do it. If this thing turns out to be a winner it may end up on back order after we tell everyone. LOL!
Anything is possible, and any plug in tuner can screw things up with the wiring. After all, it is hardwiring itself to the factory ECM.I haven’t had much luck with tuners in the past.