absolutely. i'm interested to see what the autotune can do since the tunes i have "corrected" after being autotuned have always been faster than with just the autotune. the biggest limiting areas with them is with really aggressive cams and at the low throttle positions. now i don't know if that was due to operator error or limitations in what the autotune can do. other tuners i know have seen the same results. the stock internal rzr with nearly equal head pipes and dual throttle bodies is the ideal candidate for showing the difference between a combined tune and individual cylinder tuning. if there is a noticeable difference with things being nearly equal, that will really show that dual cylinder tuning is the way to go on all twin cylinder machines. on a can-am it is a no brainer due to the odd firing motor, unequal intake runner direction and lengths, the coolant flow, and the difference in sharpness of turns when the head pipes leave the motor. i've seen as much as a 20 point difference from one cylinder to another on a stockish bike, which is the equivalent to having one cylinder at 12:1 and the other at 14:1. once cams are installed or other major internal motor work, the difference gets even higher, 30-40 points.