I think it would be close. The flow rate of the uni's is better but that tune may be as close as you can get. What I have found from tunes that are a little too rich is that at small throttle openings it boggs down or gets jerky.
Ratboy, if you can wait a few more days, I will have a very solid answer for you.
My bike is at the tuner but should be done on Saturday. I plan on dynoing Wayne's Jardine tune just to see what it does on my bike. I'll have A/F info too. By the way I'm running triple K&Ns, Jardines, and seconardies removed.
I'm guessing that you'll have no problems running his Jardine tune with K&Ns. Like Pig9r said, if it is bogging down a bit, just do small negative fuel trims (1% at a time).
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