Thread: AAT 1200 Pro
04-20-2008, 09:54 AM #1
AAT 1200 Pro
I have been considering getting the AAT for a while and the $200 price tag kept me from making the commitment, well I have been reading about the technology and made the commitment a bought it for my Pro 1200. I have to replace the Pump housing/shoe (part 19), thanks to beerdart I received it in the mail last week, since the pump will be out the timing also was right to add the AAT.
My question is the tuning, I thought it was kinda just a bolt on and go, but understand now that you have to do some tuning to get the set up right.
Has anyone added to a Pro 1200 and have some feedback for me during this process?
Any help on tuning tips or feedback on how the process went for you would be great. The weather is getting nice so I am eager to ride and don't have a lake in my backyard to spend time tuning, so looking for some quick tips or set ups that have worked ahead of time.
04-20-2008, 10:07 AM #2
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- near Toronto, Canada
There should be a tuning guide packaged with the AAT.
I have also just ordered one (POL1A), but have not received it yet.
04-20-2008, 11:39 AM #3
Ya I saved them to my hard drive, but it looks like you have some trial and error, I was hoping someone with a Pro set up may give me a little short cut as it talks about trying the different parts that come with it to get it dialed in.
Let me know how you like yours once you get it. Not a small investment, but sounds like its worth it from a hole shot and top end prospective
04-20-2008, 01:44 PM #4
Just follow the instructions. It's easy.
KNOW your stock rpms and speed.
Start with the empty hub, and take notes.
Go up one shuttle at a time, and take notes.
When you get done compare notes.
Total time to do the testing, should be around 30 MINUTES. Seriously.
04-20-2008, 08:29 PM #5
one the pro1200 add the extension and tailcone piece without any shuttles,its not going to make one bit of difference in rpm or mph with the shuttle gone,it'll only improve the hookup by filling in all that space.did you get 4 shuttles??? the 2 middle ones are usually the ones you'll have to chose between.the tailcone has a hole in it as well,try to index it so it points down
04-21-2008, 12:32 PM #6
Thanks TXPro, I ordered it on Sunday morning so I have not yet received it, I think it comes with 4 shuttles. Once I get it I will send you a PM if thats ok to discuss how you have yours set up. Mine 2000 is completely stock.
04-27-2008, 08:58 AM #7
Here are some pics, it looks like 4 shuttles, TX PRO which one did you find worked the best?
04-27-2008, 03:25 PM #8
Never Ran That Exact Setup,mine Has A 2" Spacer And Longer Shuttles,sirhc And I Both Seem To Like An 85mm Ring With A 2.25 Shuttle In His And A 4.25 In Mine.yours Has A 3" Spacer So The Ones That Are 3.00 And 3.25 Are The Ones I'd Play With,install The Spacer And Tail Cone Get Your Base Rpm's And Then Try The Two Shuttles I Mentioned,might Consider Having The Nozzle Bored To 85mm From 84,it Will Increase Takeoff And The Aat Will Give It Back And Then A Hair More,lt Reeds Dawg
04-27-2008, 10:28 PM #9
So if you want the best bang for your buck, its gotta be reeds then ? ^
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