Just got mine in the mail. Took USPS 7 days to get a priority package up to RVS. And then another 5 to get priority back to me!!?? Our tax dollars hard at work.
I ordered a stage 2 tune for 91 octane, exhaust (RJWC) and stock(no snorkel) intake. I also have a clutch kit form RVS/QSC. ECU went in much easier than it came out. I decided to leave my Dobeck in and return it to stock settings.
It was raining when I finally get this thing back so this will not be a complete review.
The machine started as normal (instantly) with a cold start. As previously stated, the Dobeck was returned to stock settings after this initial start.
Each warm restart after installation is now taking several revolutions (approx 2 seconds) to start the machine.
It was still raining, dirt road was muddy and full of puddles so I did not have ideal conditions to compare before and after. From a dead stop the bottom end was slightly to moderately improved but not what I was hoping for. I think this is more of a Polaris thing rather than an ECU tune issue. The bottom end on this thing is just plain soft. I can't get it to pull the front wheels off the ground with any consistency in high gear.
Mid range is where this thing shines (given the current conditions) and I will say that it pulls hard in roll ons from 15-35, 20-50, 30-60 mph. Coming out of corners is greatly improved. Bigly, as Trump would say.
As far as top end goes I was only able to get to 70-72 ish on the speedo given the current weather so I cannot comment on the rev limiter being raised or the top speed.
Upon returning to the garage and shutting it down I noticed that the exhaust was glowing much more than with the Dobeck alone. I was initially running the programmer on level 7 for modes 1,2,3. Modes 4,5,6 were left at the recommended settings of 5, 6.5, and 5 respectively.
Observing the pipe in the dark, the head pipe was glowing a not-so-nice, bright orange. The mid pipe cooled down to a red color at the flange and became a dull red along the upward bend and disappeared approximately 2-3 inches up the slope of the midpipe.
I know my machine ran hotter than others that I have encountered so I will be calling Ryan tomorrow and see what he thinks about adding a little more fuel with the Dobeck.
That's all I have so that's all you get for now.