09 model fuel and ignition update
We sold our 08 model and will be picking up our 09 model in about two weeks. My dealer had to special order one.
Right now you can get a fuel controller for it from several companies but they are all going to be made by Dobeck, we will sell the Muzzy version.
Dynatek says they should have their ignition for the 09 model in March.
MSD says it will be about four months before they have production models going which will be a ignition/fuel controller.
I will be working directly with MSD on their unit and will be doing initial testing on it, working on maps and so forth.
So for right now if you have a 09 model and want more power, you can buy the Muzzy exhaust and the Digitune fuel controller. As soon as we get ours we will be installing this and working out the setup on the Digitune. As soon as Dynatek gets their ignition out we will add this to it. I'm sure they will have a fuel controller for it as well and we will check it out too.
Now when MSD gets theirs out, it will simply be the way to go period. MSD says they will have some new and slightly different software in this model which will allow a couple of ways to tune it. More details on this later.
Like the the Rhino unit we will sell it pre-programmed with a couple of curves in it, one for the stock exhaust and one for the Muzzy exhaust.
Speaking of pre-programmed maps, I really don't know why a consumer would buy a fuel controller of any kind that was not pre-set. Fuel injection is great if you have a load control dyno and computer set it up, as a matter of fact it is much easier than a carb model and much faster to do. But I can't see for the life of me how a end user would be able to set it up without the dyno therefore for the least amount of headaches buy a pre-programmed one. Yeah I know, I am pointing you to us but I promise you we are doing it right and will make your install painless and your gains maximized.
One more thing a couple people have asked me about elevation changes and the fuel controllers. It does not matter, the stock ECU still compensates for it, the fuel controller just rides piggy back.