All that's left is to unplug, button up, and buff down as Steve and Bob are doing, then get it off the lift and go! Later, after a few hundred miles of riding to let the system do its AutoTune thing, you'll need to merge the maps. Soon enough, you'll see the benefits of a system that's not stuck with fixed, static, inflexible engine management and its limitations, no matter how finely mapped. Instead, you get a machine that will constantly adjust to how you ride, where you ride, and what you've done (or do) to your ride. Whether it's cruising in the thin air above timberline, running hard below sea level in Death Valley heat, or anywhere and anything in between with any combination of hot-rod goodies in the motor, this EFI system's got you covered. It's also important tonote that this system will create offsets from your base map to maintain proper AFRs. In addition, with the system functioning, you can record a riding session in a monitor log, and replay the session on your computer. This will allow you to watch the AFRs under normal riding operation. This can help reveal issues like a clogged fuel filter or an intake manifold seal leak. We strongly suggest you bring the engine to normal operating temperature, then review and log the values using the Engine Monitors and Monitor Logging functions of the software. These values are vital in troubleshooting a problem that may be keeping the engine from operating properly. With the new Monitor Logging feature, youcan log an operating session and email the data to Zipper's Technical Support for review.
All that's left is to unplug, button up, and buff down as Steve and Bob are doing, then ge