Here was my setup with my dynatek. Hopefully this is helpful
Well I just thought I would share my info with all you guys. I have a 2008 700 with:
1- Dynatek ecu/cdi
2- Dynatek fuel controller
3- Afe intake
4- Modified Sheave
5- Duner kit with the internal springs installed
6- Power exhaust tip
7- Grinded welds on the stock exhaust
I have to say I have had no problems with my Dynatek stuff. After some different tests at 2000-3000' with my mods listed above the best settings on the fuel controller are:
Low -2.5 (negative 2.5)
With this setup I am getting 12.5 to 13.2 or so Air/Fuel mixture and the plug is perfect.
I am able to get 60mph on flat ground.
As of this morning I could almost lift the front wheels off the ground when I floored it from a dead stop. This afternoon I took off the exhaust and grinded the welds off and took a screwdriver and removed all of the slag inside the pipes. I can now pop a 6-12" wheelie(It amazed the [email protected]
out of me).
Also make sure the throttle cable is properly adjusted as mine was about 3/16 from hitting full throttle. I only have around 400 miles on it.
I also added two 4" kragen HID's and and I have HID's in the headlight's. With both sets of lights on at idle, I get 14.1 volts and 14.3 with all lights off at idle.
The duner kit internal springs say they engage at 3000 rpm but after my testing they actually engage between 2500 and 2700 rpm.
Also be aware of the sliders inside the sheave melting. Mine melted around 300-400 miles.
The valves I adjusted at 40 hours and only one intake valve was off.
I hope this helps out some of you on here.