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    Can anyone confirm the length of time the SE Pro Street Tuner can record data in a single riding session? Also, would it be best to record at least a couple of thousand miles before saving the recorded changes to the existing tune? Thanks


    2015 Vivid Black SGS w/107 motor: V&H Pro Pipe, Thundermax tuner, SE Ventilator Elite AC with K&N filter, Andrews 30T pulley mod, AIM variable pressure clutch, Evolution Industries billet clutch basket, Twin Power compensator eliminator sprocket, HD highway pegs, HD passenger floorboards, RB Racing modified stock swingarm (2" over adjustable), HD 7" Wind Splitter windshield, HD black windshield trim, JM Corp 250W 2 channel amp and Focal 165 KRC speakers in fairing

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    Quote Originally Posted by NGOT8R View Post
    Can anyone confirm the length of time the SE Pro Street Tuner can record data in a single riding session? Also, would it be best to record at least a couple of thousand miles before saving the recorded changes to the existing tune? Thanks
    You only need about 15 minutes of data. Just ride a variety of speeds up a big hill several times in different gears to hit a bunch of rpm/load points for a few seconds each. Be sure to warm up the bike up completely first (get the oil hot).

    Not sure how much data it holds. I never tried to record more than about 20 min. When you look at the data you can see how many cells you hit.
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    Engine: 103"; Line2Line Coated Pistons; Andrews 57H cam; CNC Ported Heads; SE Wide Band Auto-Tuning Module; SE High Flow Street Cannon Exhaust; SE A&S Clutch Kit; Rekluse Centrifugal Clutch Pack; Dipstick Temp Gauge; S&S Stealth Air Cleaner; Yuasa GYZ Battery, 1.4 kW Starter; Amsoil; Mighty Might Cooling Fans & Accy Switch; GMR Compensaver; Pingel Shifter Shaft; High Output Charging System; SE Spark Plugs & Wires
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    Infotainment: Ultra Tank Console with Headset Connection & CVO Insert; Hidden Radio Antenna; GPS Map Update
    Luggage: Four Point Docking Hardware; Solo Tour-Pak Mounting Rack; King Tour-Pak and Lining; Tour-Pak Wall Organizer; Premium King Travel-Pak; Chopped Backrest Pad; Premium Saddlebag Travel-Paks; Innovative Storage Solutions Tool Bags; Saddle Bag Guard Bags & Bottle Holders
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    Quote Originally Posted by hulkss View Post
    You only need about 15 minutes of data. Just ride a variety of speeds up a big hill several times in different gears to hit a bunch of rpm/load points for a few seconds each. Be sure to warm up the bike up completely first (get the oil hot).

    Not sure how much data it holds. I never tried to record more than about 20 min. When you look at the data you can see how many cells you hit.
    Gotcha. Thanks hulk. Now if the weather would only straighten up, I can get it done.


    2015 Vivid Black SGS w/107 motor: V&H Pro Pipe, Thundermax tuner, SE Ventilator Elite AC with K&N filter, Andrews 30T pulley mod, AIM variable pressure clutch, Evolution Industries billet clutch basket, Twin Power compensator eliminator sprocket, HD highway pegs, HD passenger floorboards, RB Racing modified stock swingarm (2" over adjustable), HD 7" Wind Splitter windshield, HD black windshield trim, JM Corp 250W 2 channel amp and Focal 165 KRC speakers in fairing

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    Finally had a chance to take the bike out yesterday and conduct one session of smart tuning with my SEPST. Upon returning from my ride and downloading the recorded data, I noticed that some of the cells had been populated in colors of Aqua blue and Red, although many remained White in color. Something else I noticed was the front cylinder actually only had one Red cell, while the rear had 10-15 Red cells. I only reached 44% throttle during the data logging session. I'm assuming the goal here is to turn all of the White cells Aqua blue in color? If so, it seems that this will be nearly impossible to do without scheduling a dyno session to be able to see and run the bike at varying throttle positions and then hold those positions for a minimum of 5-10 seconds each. Lastly, does anyone know why some of the cells were Red?


    2015 Vivid Black SGS w/107 motor: V&H Pro Pipe, Thundermax tuner, SE Ventilator Elite AC with K&N filter, Andrews 30T pulley mod, AIM variable pressure clutch, Evolution Industries billet clutch basket, Twin Power compensator eliminator sprocket, HD highway pegs, HD passenger floorboards, RB Racing modified stock swingarm (2" over adjustable), HD 7" Wind Splitter windshield, HD black windshield trim, JM Corp 250W 2 channel amp and Focal 165 KRC speakers in fairing

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    Quote Originally Posted by NGOT8R View Post
    Finally had a chance to take the bike out yesterday and conduct one session of smart tuning with my SEPST. Upon returning from my ride and downloading the recorded data, I noticed that some of the cells had been populated in colors of Aqua blue and Red, although many remained White in color. Something else I noticed was the front cylinder actually only had one Red cell, while the rear had 10-15 Red cells. I only reached 44% throttle during the data logging session. I'm assuming the goal here is to turn all of the White cells Aqua blue in color? If so, it seems that this will be nearly impossible to do without scheduling a dyno session to be able to see and run the bike at varying throttle positions and then hold those positions for a minimum of 5-10 seconds each. Lastly, does anyone know why some of the cells were Red?

    Find a big hill where you can run WOT in the higher gears.

    I've only road tuned with a Power Vision tuner. I added the H-D wide band auto tuning module and let it do all the work.
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    H-D Parts Except as Noted: updated 04-Apr-2018
    Front Lighting: Illuminated Hand Control Switches; Auxiliary Lamp Kit; Norman 3000K LED Lamps W/PAR 36 Amber Lens Covers; JW Speaker Evolution II LED Headlight; Amber LED Turn Signals
    Rear Lighting: LED Light Bar; Tri-Bar Fender Brake Light; Tour-Pak and Saddlebag Run/Brake/Turn LED Lamps
    Chrome: Fork Sliders & Covers; Axle Spacer; Fairing Skirt; Curved License Frame; Classic Timer Cover; Docking Point Covers; Windshield Trim; Rear Saddlebag Guards; Radio Trim; Stealth Tour-Pak Rack; Tour-Pak Lamp Trim; Smooth Horn Cover; Saddlebag Hinge Covers; Landmark Fat Round Shift Linkage; Klock Werks Flush Front Axle; Inner Primary Housing; Solenoid Cover; Chopped Engine Guard; Front Engine Mount & Link; Arlen Ness Smooth A/C Cover; Oil Cooler Protection Screen; Kuryakyn Fender Accents and Trim
    Security: Smart Siren II; Brukus TourPack Bullet Secure; Reda Saddlebag Locks; FOBO Tire Pressure Monitors; V-Twin Metal Valve Stems; Micro Start Kit W/Harness & Tire Inflator; Fuel Door Lock; Abus 7000 Disc Lock Alarm
    Engine: 103"; Line2Line Coated Pistons; Andrews 57H cam; CNC Ported Heads; SE Wide Band Auto-Tuning Module; SE High Flow Street Cannon Exhaust; SE A&S Clutch Kit; Rekluse Centrifugal Clutch Pack; Dipstick Temp Gauge; S&S Stealth Air Cleaner; Yuasa GYZ Battery, 1.4 kW Starter; Amsoil; Mighty Might Cooling Fans & Accy Switch; GMR Compensaver; Pingel Shifter Shaft; High Output Charging System; SE Spark Plugs & Wires
    Handling: Cartridge Fork Dampening; Amsoil Suspension Oil; 18" Front Wheel; Floating Brake Rotors; EBC HH Brake Pads; Dunlop American Elite Tires; Ohlins HD 773 Shocks
    Comfort: Police Solo Saddle with Coil-Over Suspension; Extended Reach Footboards; SoftBrake 1 Extended Brake Lever & Reduced Reach Clutch Lever; Extended Shift Levers; Fairing Air Deflectors; Freedom 14" Windshield; Klock Werks Ergo Up Bars; Get-A-Grip Hand Grips; Kuryakyn Magnum Plus Mirrors
    Infotainment: Ultra Tank Console with Headset Connection & CVO Insert; Hidden Radio Antenna; GPS Map Update
    Luggage: Four Point Docking Hardware; Solo Tour-Pak Mounting Rack; King Tour-Pak and Lining; Tour-Pak Wall Organizer; Premium King Travel-Pak; Chopped Backrest Pad; Premium Saddlebag Travel-Paks; Innovative Storage Solutions Tool Bags; Saddle Bag Guard Bags & Bottle Holders
    Appearance: CVO Black Gauges; Carbon Fiber Gauge Panel; De-badged Gas Tank; Skull Emblems over Fairing Mirror Holes; Diamond Engineering 12 Point Engine Screws; Allen Hole Plugs; Piston Muffler End Caps

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    Thanks hulk! I might see one of these auto tuners in my future. I keep trying to tell myself not to spend anymore money on the 2018, but then there's always something that I spy and would like to have. Will it ever stop? LOL


    2015 Vivid Black SGS w/107 motor: V&H Pro Pipe, Thundermax tuner, SE Ventilator Elite AC with K&N filter, Andrews 30T pulley mod, AIM variable pressure clutch, Evolution Industries billet clutch basket, Twin Power compensator eliminator sprocket, HD highway pegs, HD passenger floorboards, RB Racing modified stock swingarm (2" over adjustable), HD 7" Wind Splitter windshield, HD black windshield trim, JM Corp 250W 2 channel amp and Focal 165 KRC speakers in fairing

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