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Dyno tune in the next week or two. I been switching back and forth between 15t and 14t front sprockets ( using 15t for longer highway trips for lower rpm's). My question is should the dyno tune be done with the 14 or 15 .
 

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You should do the dyno tuning with the gearing your going to run most of the time, for the most accurate fueling, will you feel the difference? probabley not
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FYI: the "taller" gearing will show more HP on the dyno than lower gearing, when both runs are performed in the same gear. Aloha Alex
 

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Dyno tune in the next week or two. I been switching back and forth between 15t and 14t front sprockets ( using 15t for longer highway trips for lower rpm's). My question is should the dyno tune be done with the 14 or 15 .


As your tuner what he thinks and go with that.
 

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I've decided to stick with the 15t . After trying each one (again!!!) today on some serious curvy back roads. I like the longer pulls for each gear .And since the full exhaust,intake,and pcv mods it pulls hard enough for me to keep the larger front. I can also say I can switch front sproks in less than 15 minutes now
 
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