Cool, can you post your before and after torque and HP curves when done? I have seen a before HP at 62 however not a Torque curve.Well we shoe horned the Commander up onto the dyno and got it all strapped down. Going in to do some base pulls with the stock exhaust right now.
Did you have any trouble getting the Commander to "think" it was being drivenWell we shoe horned the Commander up onto the dyno and got it all strapped down. Going in to do some base pulls with the stock exhaust right now.
Mike - next week could you do 2 quick identical pulls...1 in regular mode and the other in sport mode?....you may be able to unlock some mysteries on the machine losing power in corners that some drivers have reported......and it may make sense to other complaints that have been surfacing as well, such as your 18 MPH issue....Cant get to the charts as of this moment because the IT guys have already shut down the server for the weekend. What I can tell you is that it put down 51 HP in all stock trim. With the slip on exhaust it put down 53 HP and change without tuning. The duals sound amazing! No performance data for that setup yet :furious: We should have the ability to tune Monday afternoon. Have a great weekend guys.
Also it would cut power momentarily if we tried to start the dyno pull under 18 MPH. Not sure if this is part of the supposed "break in period".
It was reported to me from one dyno tuner that possibly the Commander ECU can figure out the rear wheels are spinning but the fronts are stationary,,,,and the ECU doesn't like that combination along with throttle position, engine RPM and who knows what else enters into the ECM sum of all the sensors......Just a quick update guys. We are trying to get some answers from a Can Am dealer and BRP Corporate on the issue our machine is having. If anyone has a contact at BRP that you think may have some answers please let us know. Its pretty much like pulling teeth trying to get this thing figured out. We did dyno pulls with both keys, sport mode on and off, seat belts buckled. There is no combination that we have figured out to correct the problem.
Also there are no individual wheel speed sensors on the front wheels. There may be a speed sensor in the front diff, but nothing that jumped out at us.
I have decided not to post any dyno charts for our new systems until we have a solid machine that we know is right.
On a positive note, we are probably about 3-4 weeks out on release of the dual system. The slip on setups MAY be available a bit sooner.
Well keep you all in the loop.