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Why Mountain Runner Premium kicks butt in the real world

Steve in sunny Fla

Iron Butt
Industry Vendor
Over the years, I've taken a fair amount of heat from some folks who think the dyno is the be all and end all for tuning. Yet Mountain Runner / Mountain Runner Premium wouldn't exist if not for my willingness to datalog and street tune. Smooth engine braking can't be built on a dyno, it's something that must be done by actually riding and tuning from the riders perspective. Here's a video that explains the differences in tuning methods very well. Nope, not me, but he's 100% spot on. Enjoy!

 
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Tundra

Road Bike
Forum Subscriber
Over the years, I've taken a fair amount of heat from some folks who think the dyno is the be all and end all for tuning. Yet Mountain Runner / Mountain Runner Premium
Wouldn't exist if NOT for my willingness to datalog and street tune. Here's a video that explains the differences very well. Nope, not me, but he's 100% spot on. Enjoy!

Good information, good video, good presentation.
 
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