Has anyone had dyno tuning done to a supercharged tacoma with URD AIC computer? Curious how it compares to street tuning. Also, did the dyno facility have experience with URD product or do they even need to.
The best thing to do would be to get a dyno tune and then a street tune. The dyno tune will show you what AFR you're making the best power at...but the truck will react differently on the road than a dyno, so you need to retune on the street and tune it for the AFR's that gave you the best HP on the dyno.
Makes sense, although I am apparently having trouble doing the street tuning myself, which is why I am moving toward the dyno. Also, I have been told the wideband tools we use to street tune are accurate only within 10%. Is it just me or do others have much trouble street tuning. I do not have the stock injectors replaced with the larger ones. I have the 7th injector that I am tuning, maybe that is we it is a hassle.