You mean ship the entire machine? Seems like a significant effort/cost if so, as I am in the midwest and I am not aware of really much of anyone tuning YXZ's anywhere around here. Worse yet even if did go through with all of that with a long distance shipment, what if in the actual real world the tune still isn't great? Would get really expensive, really quick, if it wasn't a bullseye the first shot. Dyno tuning is neat and a great way to get a nice looking power curve at WOT, but usually is highly lacking in dialing in much with the general drivability. Being mainly a woods/trail setup, drivability needs to be pretty well dialed in. Although the drivability maybe pretty well dialed in as it is, or without much/any effort if any at all, and most of the help needed with the fueling only if the exhaust mods are done. That said I've considered just running the standard exhaust for a while to get a good feel for how the machine is intended to be fueled (as GYTR intended for the turbo kit) and then adding the exhaust stuff later and seeing how it affects it.FTecu will work but there is a steep learning curve. Why not it to a professional dyno tuner and be done with it?
I think the only solid option would be to either ship the ECM back and forth, potentially over and over, or go with some sort of tuner (or don't run the exhaust on the kit). I do have a local dyno that I could get some time on, but being able to make some changes (fairly quickly) would be needed.
Do you have (or know anyone with) any firsthand experience with the FTecu?