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You should be able to set up the gear indicator by going through the various screen setting that are available. I can do it on mine. I've just never bothered. Check the manual.My mistake. I checked the manual...page 65. The title is Gear Shift Indicator, but in the instructions it talks about shift threshold settings, meaning RPM settings. As I said, I never bothered to try it out.
Kev, as the saying goes, I can lead a horse to water..., I understand your reluctance to give to much credit to a tech, as it is only a machine after all. Yet, I am telling you, I have seen him work on bikes that have been wrenched on by other highly respected Guzzi wrenches from around the country. And have had on a couple occasions talked to the riders of those bikes after they took delivery, and in each case the rider was completely happy with what he got back. What does that mean, I take it to mean he can and often does figure out aspects of operation that others miss, do I think he is a demigod, hell no, but he is a dam good tech.
After 1 year and 5,400 enjoyable miles ridden, I’m thrilled with the bike and the wildguzzi forum members! Thanks for passing along so much interesting and valuable information. Her's to warm weather!!!
All great advice here. For the map, definitely contact Molly here on the forum. His map is great. It still pops on decel, but seriously, what bike doesn't do that occasionally? It will change your bull train into the lead bull train. You can go with the PCV + Autotune as well. I actually had it on my bike for about 6 months and it did work well with a decent map. It costs a butt load to Dyno and I didn't want to keep doing that if I wanted to switch maps. If you or anyone else wants the PCV modules, I'll sell them cheap.
What's the difference between the 1200 Sport fuel injection which is not cold-blooded as compared to the V7 Special which is cold-blooded? Are there advantages to the cold-blooded fuel injection system used on the V7?
sono, my bike doesn't pop on decel. You should check in with Molly and get him to review Petes comments about cutting the fuel at low throttle settings. I believe this solves the problem completely.Also I am running the PCV and autotune and use it to fine tune the fueling in Marks map. Looking at the way Marks map works I am probably undoing his magic a little where the fueling is leaned out at cruise speed / throttle settings. I will need to learn how to apply what information I get from the auto-tune and apply that to the map. That way, once setup then the PCV/autotune could be removed or disabled. Personally I wont be removing it in case I do other changes in future. I am a bit surprised by your comments on the cost of a dyno tune. One of the neat things about the PCV/autotune is that you dont need to dyno the bike to setup the fueling for modifications to the bike. The autotune will get you pretty close. Which should save you money in the long run.
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