2018 Roadster Tuneecu

Discussion in 'Trading Tunes' started by Big 'Ol Triple, Aug 16, 2018.

  1. Big 'Ol Triple

    Big 'Ol Triple .020 Over

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    I'm fairly new to the site, but I've been reading that the stock tune runs a bit lean.

    If anyone could point me in the direction of a better tune that would be great!

    Triple ru2780's and stock exhaust
     
  2. 1olbull

    1olbull Riding Motor Since 1950

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    @Claviger may be able to help ya?!
    You are half way there, Amigo!
    Were I you, I'd replace that OEM exhaust with something way better - even some TORs would be a huge improvement in making your beast run SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much better!!!
     
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    rng3 "There is no replacement for displacement"

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    Take a look at the "Resource" section to see if an appropriate tune is there. If so use the compare function of TuneECU to study any changes.
    Rick
     
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    Big 'Ol Triple .020 Over

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    I'm strapped for cash after pulling the trigger on the ozclaw :banghead:
    I may take your advice and wait on the tune until i get some better pipes installed!
     
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    Big 'Ol Triple .020 Over

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    You are the MAN! Didn't see the resource section till now. I feel like I'm getting somewhere now
     
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    1olbull Riding Motor Since 1950

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    Too bad, Amigo. The Oz-claw is appearance, exhaust is better performance.
    IMHO Only:
    1) Air & Exhaust
    2) Shocks
    3) Tires
    4) Lights
    5) Everything else
     
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    Big 'Ol Triple .020 Over

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    No buyers remorse here! Long story as to why i went for the ozclaw over other essentials lol I'm gonna save up for a Carpenters next season. Only a 6 hour drive
     
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    scot in exile Living Legend

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    Before making anything go faster make sure it can also stop so brakes should be #1, no one ever does it but stopping is far more important than going fast.:D plus the Rocket brakes are pretty good.
     
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    Big 'Ol Triple .020 Over

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    I'm guessing new rotors and better pads is the way to go! Could I hassle you for a personal recommendation?
     
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    Claviger HP Junkie extraordinaire

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    HH pads, no need to change anything else: Rotors are great, Lines are braided steel.

    HH will stop the rocket in a shockingly effective manner :p
     
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