|Posted on Friday, January 25, 2019 - 12:35 am: ||
Has anyone used any of this companies tuning components and can express some opinion about them? For example, the Baro Sensor unit and the "Tune a Buell" device.
I bought the Buelltooth diagnostic unit, and I am impressed with its usefulness, but I am curious about these other two devises.
If anyone's used these or either of Buelltooth's exhaust systems, I'm curious to hear any thoughts or impressions.
|Posted on Friday, January 25, 2019 - 09:51 am: ||
I recently installed the Baro sensor since the bike is full time open loop (runs much much better). However, I have not yet traveled out of the valley to know whether the new sensor is doing its job -- soon I hope.
|Posted on Sunday, January 27, 2019 - 10:19 pm: ||
Thanks. After I learn a little more about "open loop" vs. "closed loop" configurations, I pay pick that piece up.
I had a brief email exchange with Dave at Buelltooth, and we discussed the challenges of tuning an XB after doing a big-bore kit and headwork. He also suggested that the "Tune a Buell" piece was a pretty useful component as well. I'm considering a Hammer Performance bug bore kit and stage two headwork, since I'm currently looking at having to replace my upper pushrod seals. I figure, since I've got to remove the entire top end anyway,this may be a good time to look into this.
I have heard that getting a good tune after making such a drastic mod can be challenging, but that this device can greatly simplify the process.
I'm interested in hearing any personal experiences form those who have done this.
|Posted on Monday, January 28, 2019 - 01:45 pm: ||
I don't see a big bore kit for the 1203 XB on Hammer Performance's site and I don't see dyno's for it in their dyno area.
Do you have a link?
|Posted on Thursday, June 13, 2019 - 11:52 pm: ||
I just got a Buelltooth. I have had intermittent luck pairing it to my samsung galaxy tab E, and no luck at all pairing it to my samsung galaxy S5. I followed the instructions verbatim. Any suggestions?