Without an o2 sensor your bike will rely on your tune for the idle. A dyno tune should get you a nice smooth idle. I run the BMC Race filter as well, no complaints here! Can't wait to see your #'s!!!when i just hit some open roads, and I think that i gained power. It felt more agressive, and did 2 power wheelies!
I will have a dyno soon to check out. I was thinking though that if the arrow tune is too rich then maybe some more air intake would be fine, so I am thinking buying a BMC Race air filter to replace my K&N filter.
Also what i have noticed is that the idle while the bike is cold, is unstable and changes between 1.000 and 2.000 rpm, a few seconds at each. why...?
Waste of time. You can, but its a lot easier to just disable it in tuneecu, which is free minus the cable. You can get the cable cheap on ebay or amazon.I have a question. When removing the exup did you guys install resistor on the cables? If yes can you tell me which wires were used?
edit.. I have an 08 daytona
The arrow map is for the full arrow exhaust with no exup, so yes you are running very rich and it will feel sluggish. I'd try the TOR tune. No off the shelf tune is going to be perfect every bike is different.I have a question. I removed the baffle on my arrow slip on. It's got the arrow map w 95 RON. I have a 2011 daytona. On open highway I feel it's got more power and torque. In the streets it feels a little sluggish. Any thoughts? I've also got a k&n filter on it. Would it help if I got a BMC one? Also I haven't disabled the exhaust valve. I could do that but I'm wondering if I will make it worse.