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    Great news guys! The Dynjet CMD for iControl skis has been released!

    Orders to start shipping in one week

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=2210


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    Bump, maybe they missed this.......... What, no interest?

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    Great news guys! The Dynjet CMD for iControl skis has been released!

    Quote Originally Posted by dnielsen View Post
    Bump, maybe they missed this.......... What, no interest?
    There are a lot of guys on Bosch ecus just running basic stage 1 flashes and may be gunshy about buying this because they don't realize how beneficial it will be in addition to the tune. This would be a great addition to those guys running reflashes. Those with Motec have no need.

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    Mmmmmmmm, do I go CMD OR V-TECH ..... It's going to be hard ....

    Or wait for the Riva ....that may be next Chrissy ...lol

    Hey Jerry , there is too much choice ......

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    Great news guys! The Dynjet CMD for iControl skis has been released!

    Quote Originally Posted by SLASHER View Post
    Mmmmmmmm, do I go CMD OR V-TECH ..... It's going to be hard ....

    Or wait for the Riva ....that may be next Chrissy ...lol

    Hey Jerry , there is too much choice ......
    The CMD only controls fuel and doesn't get rid of the limiters. It would complement a reflash not replace it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecpChris View Post
    The CMD only controls fuel and doesn't get rid of the limiters. It would complement a reflash not replace it
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    CMD is a very good fuel controller and would enable you to fine tune a reflash for your setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ecpChris View Post
    The CMD only controls fuel and doesn't get rid of the limiters. It would complement a reflash not replace it
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    CMD is a very good fuel controller and would enable you to fine tune a reflash for your setup.
    Are you running one of these on any of your bikes? If so, are you running the autotune setup and data logging?

    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by whittlebeast View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ecpChris View Post
    The CMD only controls fuel and doesn't get rid of the limiters. It would complement a reflash not replace it
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    CMD is a very good fuel controller and would enable you to fine tune a reflash for your setup.
    Are you running one of these on any of your bikes? If so, are you running the autotune setup and data logging?

    Andy
    No I personally am not but am familiar with the CMD. A few people I know running the CMD really like the adjustability. If you don't have a standalone but run a reflash it is a great product for fine tuning. I run MoTeC btw

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    Great news. Based on what I knew from tuning my high strung rice bikes with Dynojet electronics, I popped for a full wideband autotune setup for the new RXP-X. I chased down a log off a stock bike and found the data was indicating that these bikes a way lean. The bike was running with a "0" map so what we are seeing was the stock tune. Here is a scatter graph of the resulting AFRs on the test.



    http://www.ncs-stl.com/pc5wb/2012Sea...aseFueling.png

    This is the sort of thing that would strike terror in any tuners mind that is accustomed to tuning boosted motors. On motors like this, I normally shoot for about 14 AFR from idle thru about 75 KPA. I like to slide to about 13 AFR at 100 KPA and shoot for about 12.5 AFR at about 175 KPA boost. This motor is way leaner than these targets.

    These bike are over shooting boost at about 165 KPA and then settling into 160 KPA. The duty cycle was going to 97.1 and then settling into 87.5 Bottom line is, I would not even consider running up the boost or RPM on one of these bikes without increasing the injector size and retuning. No EFI setup or tuning can fix this unless you limit power. The injectors are maxed out on the stock bike.

    For what it is worth, I can clearly see SeaDoo controlling boost with the drive by wire throttle. Way cool stuff.

    Once I get base maps developed, I will be posting them for other people to try.

    Have fun tuning

    Andy

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    I'd love to try something like this with the variance in ethanol we get down here!
    E70 all the way to e92!!

    Could a unit like this be used for a flex-fuel type setup?

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