The video says it all.
The ECM on the Maverick is quite a bit different from the one on the first year Commanders. Dobeck Performance has a fix for them, but outside of that year model Commander it's been tricky. The main thing is having the equipment on hand to test it when the shaft saver kicks in, and find out EXACTLY where the changes are coming from, what voltages are being altered, and how to keep them from being altered. The R&D on something like that is on another level because the Shaft Saver only kicks in extreme conditions (from what I've experienced). And it doesn't always kick in. It's pretty random, like it only decides to be functional at the time that you don't need it to work. But when it cuts throttle, it cuts it pretty hard core.Good job kris! Thanks for taking the time and getting that done. Why don't y'all start working on disabling the shaft saver next!
You can't really say that until you've experienced it. I could say the same thing about driving over the same sand dune over and over again.Wow! I would be bored out of my mind! Ain't nothing like SoCal deserts!
It gets pretty technical here in the northeast. It keeps you on your toes. There are times that I would love to be in some wide open territory for some fast paced riding. I loved riding in the desert when I lived in San Diego, but I just couldn't stand so many people all over the place.Wow! I would be bored out of my mind! Ain't nothing like SoCal deserts!
Yes but sport low and clutching will change your top speed. Ive hit 53 mph in low gear on 30" tires with sport low and aftermarket clutching. And until you have actually experienced the TQ of low gear with sport low mode on, you have no idea how much pull that machine actually has. High gear aint about shit :crazy:I get about 45mph in low. Sport mode doesn't change top speed in low.