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January 23rd, 2021, 10:44 AM   #1
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JD Tuner

Looking at running a JD tuner.
Since FI bikes tend to be lean from the factory, any intake/exhaust mods should make them overly lean and run hot.
A simple JD style tuner seems to be an affordable fix for this.

My bike has the 70deg map switch. Will one of those maps be rich enough to avoid concern?
How are people tuning these? Are there stock maps or do you have to figure it out yourself? What are you clues to tell if you are getting proper fueling. New to FI bikes.
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