EC997 Dyno Test Procedures
Set Tach Ratio - SIMPLE / direct
if you desire to not use the ec997's Tach Ratio Calculator
Turn on Power:
PAU - Gray Box
1. Calculate RPM to set Tach Ratio at.
(80% of End RPM from Test Setup Screen - example: 10,000 redline x 80% = 8000 rpm = Ending RPM x .8)
2. On Test Screen on right side, upper corner, 2 LH click to select 8000 RPM (80% of redline) for green Status Bar .
3. Start bike, put in top gear, open throttle 100% - look at the bike's tachometer and see what it shows. Close throttle.
4. Open Test Setup Screen (RH menu button - LH click Test Setup).
5. Change Tach Ratio value to get closer to correct ratio.
6. Close Test Setup Screen (LH click on "Test").
7. Verify 8000 rpm for green Status Bar - you may have to reselect it from the RPM Progress List on top right of screen.
8. Open throttle to 100% again and recheck how close you are - Repeat until perfect.
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