JD Jetting Fuel Injection Tuner, Husqvarna TE/TXC 250 (10-12), TE 310 (11-12), TXC 310 (12)
Dyno and field tested, the Power Surge 6X will allow correction for humidity, temperature, air pressure, along with race fuels and motor modifications. The tuner adjusts in a matter of seconds in 6 zones, including an accelerator pump feature for more throttle snap response. The tuner can add or subtract fuel from the injection system. Conditions like rich or lean running, and stalling from flame-out at low revs can be corrected.
The Power Surge 6X stays mounted on the motorcycle or quad and is easy to understand and adjust.
The Power Surge 6X is a next generation performance tuning product for modern EFI systems. JDJetting’s testing and research will provide the performance you need.
JDJetting Power Surge 6X fuel injection tuner:
-6 levels of fuel injection tuning
-Adjustable accelerator pump surge circuit
-Easy to adjust at the track or off road
-Tuning logic similar to a carburetor
-Installs in minutes
-Recommended settings included
Exactly how will you know how lean the bike is when tuning it? I am not very computer literate, and am interested in the product, however, the description does not really explain to me how to use the device correctly. I am confused on how you go about tuning it considering my bike is 2010 Honda with no O2 sensor.
You will not know how lean the bike is in terms of a measurement, like 14:1 or 15:1 air/fuel ratio. We develop the suggested tuner settings by testing the power on a dynamometer, using air/fuel measurements over each throttle position, and all the rpm ranges.
You will know that we only allow a fuel adjustment range that is not going to be excessive or harm your bike, and that this is using your stock EFI map as a starting point to make changes.
The Power Surge tuner has 6 color/zone adjustment features, each with it’s own setting. The light #3 in each color zone is going to use the stock setting, and pass the same signal directly thru to fuel your bike. When the setting is lower, like 2.5, 2, or 1.5, then the jetting is leaner.
When the setting is increased, like 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5, etc, then the jetting is richer.
Each model of bike has a recommended list of settings to use for correcting the stock map, and then you can add or subtract fuel from there as you feel works best for your motorcycle and conditions. If you feel the mid-range power might benefit from an adjustment, then move the mid-range (yellow) light up or down and go ride to see how it works. The changes are VERY EASY, and VERY QUICK to make.
You can easily try a richer setting, and then leaner, for a comparison.
Product Code . JDHQX02
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