Now I'm in Boston - sea level, pretty humid. I thought the PC3 would need a bit of adjustment, but the bike seems to be running pretty well. Its still responds to the throttle smoothly, even at low rpm's. I haven't done a track day this year (and there are fewer places to let the VFR rip in Boston than there were in ABQ) so I don't have lots of feel for whats going on at high rpm.
now I'm not sure what I should do
- leave well enough alone
- make a small fueling adjustment (maybe 3% across all rpm's?)
- make a big fueling adjustment (maybe 8% across all rpm's?)
- something else?
what does vfrd think?
edit - 02 vfr with catless header and micron exhaust
Edited by jim v, 11 August 2012 - 09:14 PM.