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Dyna Ignition

Contributed by Kent Ailes

The dyno runs show my bike at 35,000 miles with K&N Filters, Barons pipes and rejetted using one size larger jets and shimming the stock needles an additional .020". The other two runs show my bike with the Dyna 3000 module installed. One run on curve 3 and one run and curve 2. They tried curve 3 first and saw it was not what they were looking for so did the run at curve 2. My interpretation of the runs compared to a stock Venture is that the K&N's and jetting got a decent increase in low end torque. The Dyna 3000 does not seem to show much more torque improvement at lower rpms but does show improvements in torque and HP above 6,000 RPM when the stock rev limiter would start to kick in.

In real world riding conditions the Dyna3000 does not appear to show much improvement but if you regularly get into the 6,000 rpm range or are planning high compression pistons and or an improved valve train and cam changes then there could be benefit from adding the Dyna3000. Tests were done at the Dynatek factory by Dynatek engineers in Glendora, California at approx. 86 degree temperatures.

http://www.dynaonline.com/english/cruiser_dyna3000.htm

 

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