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    Motec Dash would by far be the best way to go,
    https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=2385
    Dashpac have their ultimate Dashpac just released. This could be a great option too.
    Check out https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=6537

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    Quote Originally Posted by 711jrp View Post
    Looks Like I'm going to be stepping up to a big wheel and cam next year on the 300. Would like to hear what people are using to check and log AFR and how they like them? I have the MaptunerX so I'm guessing there is the logging package that Jerry carries or the V-tech Can logger or I could use a standalone gauge. Looking forward to hearing what people say. TIA.
    If you are using a MaptunerX then the logical choice is the MaptunerX logging along with the Map Edit License. That way you'd have the ability to adjust your own tune based on your logs. Very easy to use!



    MaptunerX Map Edit License

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    The Map Edit License allows you to customize existing RIVA maps within the MaptunerX desktop software. One license is required per vehicle. Adjustable parameters: RPM limit Fuel tables Ignition timing Throttle response (BRP only) Injector scaling (BRP only) Adjustabl...

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    MaptunerX Data Logging Kit

    RY11UNI-LOG-KIT
    This kit enables you to log and analyze valuable information from your Yamaha, Sea-Doo or Kawasaki 4-stroke watercraft engine with your MaptunerX (Not included). Application will be activated on your MaptunerX which means that you can use it on all your connected vehicles as long as they have a vali...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1tommygunner1927 View Post
    AFR logging options.......and more.


    The best option is MoTeC!
    No doubt, I've run it before in a road car application but getting the budget approved from the finance dept (the old lady) might prove problematic even with the lower pricing they have now lol
    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    If you are using a MaptunerX then the logical choice is the MaptunerX logging along with the Map Edit License. That way you'd have the ability to adjust your own tune based on your logs. Very easy to use!



    MaptunerX Map Edit License

    RY11UNI-MEF
    The Map Edit License allows you to customize existing RIVA maps within the MaptunerX desktop software. One license is required per vehicle. Adjustable parameters: RPM limit Fuel tables Ignition timing Throttle response (BRP only) Injector scaling (BRP only) Adjustabl...

    $275.95
    Add To Cart




    MaptunerX Data Logging Kit

    RY11UNI-LOG-KIT
    This kit enables you to log and analyze valuable information from your Yamaha, Sea-Doo or Kawasaki 4-stroke watercraft engine with your MaptunerX (Not included). Application will be activated on your MaptunerX which means that you can use it on all your connected vehicles as long as they have a vali...

    $423.11
    Add To Cart
    I'm 100% getting the edit license along with the other mods... wheel, cam, injectors etc from the GreenHulk store, it was just the PLX module I wasn't too sure about, a few people claimed they died due to water ingress and the wiring was ratty. I ride in salt so that makes that a worse problem in my mind. For sure I could overcome that with a bit of thought though. The ultimate dashpac module That you also sell looks like a good option, waterproof and saves the files in the same format as the maptuner with the bonus of have parameters on the dash for a quick look looks useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin RXT-X View Post
    Motec Dash would by far be the best way to go,
    https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=2385
    Dashpac have their ultimate Dashpac just released. This could be a great option too.
    Check out https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=6537

    I agree, Martin. The MoTeC dash is best, but an M130/150 plus the dashpac are a great combination as well!

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    Did you guys just suggest he spends $6000 just to log his ski?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptscon View Post
    Did you guys just suggest he spends $6000 just to log his ski?
    LOL that's what my old lady said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptscon View Post
    Did you guys just suggest he spends $6000 just to log his ski?
    LOL....No, but the OP did ask for options.

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    No I gave him the option of a Motec dash which has really great logging second to none, then I gave him:
    Dashpac have their ultimate Dashpac just released. This could be a great option too.
    Check out https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=6537
    Not sure what year his ski is but if it is 2018 or older then dash flash and dash pac is a great option.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin RXT-X View Post
    No I gave him the option of a Motec dash which has really great logging second to none, then I gave him:
    Dashpac have their ultimate Dashpac just released. This could be a great option too.
    Check out https://www.4-tecperformance.com/ind...oducts_id=6537
    Not sure what year his ski is but if it is 2018 or older then dash flash and dash pac is a great option.
    Thank you martin, I thing he said that a bit as a joke more than anything else.

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