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post #1 of 198 Old April 1st, 2009, 03:01 PM Thread Starter
 
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Dynatech CDI testing

We have been doing some testing with some Dynatech boxes. And i can tell you very cool stuff spent a few hours last night testing the unit on our brand new RZRS.

We Built many custom tunes from awesome throttle response to reduced throttle response and gaines of up to 8 hp. Fuel is fully adjustable +/- 20%

The unit purchased from MPI will come with 4 custom tunes.

Unit can be used with your current performance ECU or with stock ECU and mounts right in fromt of Factory ECU.

Direct piggy back harness is complete plug and play.

Stay tuned for pricing
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Re: Dynatech CDI testing

Do you have an idea when this might be available?

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Re: Dynatech CDI testing

I have a production box on its way to verify everything is good with final product.

I anticipate 2 weeks till i have them on the shelf
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Re: Dynatech CDI testing

Where did it pick up the extra 8hp?

Any charts?
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Looks cool and should be a good option for the FI guys! Anxious to hear pricing

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Re: Dynatech CDI testing

Would this be a replacement for an aftermarket ECU?

I just ordered the HotRide4U ECU re-flash... now I see this!! Is this going to be better than what the HR4U reflash can offer?

Or can both be used, to have even MORE gains over just the Dynatek box?

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Re: Dynatech CDI testing

just what Ive been waiting on. I had Dynatek before in previous rides they make good stuff. Looks Ill be getting one. Where are the dyno charts 8 hp seems high to me?

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Re: Dynatech CDI testing

would you still use the power commander
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Keep up up to date as I am interested in purchasing one.
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Re: Dynatech CDI testing

Instead of Powercommander? With reflashed ECU? Other tunes for specific needs?

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Re: Dynatech CDI testing

Retail is $249.99 for the CDI unit and $249.99 For the programmer and selector panel.

Waiting to hear back what i can do for first production runs.

Your power commander is not needed.
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