Ok SO I Will start with what most of you want to here, Its awesome, worth every penny and don't waste your money on any other set up. I have only 20 miles on it, It took me 5 minutes to get to my final settings and could feel a difference in how it ran even more so than my PC3. I have had My bike on dynos and seen Afr from them, but only on WOT.
Now some things I learned, My bike has always been fast, not just because I say so. I have never been beat by another vtx with exception to the dual intake 2000cc monster. My fuel mileage has been 27-29 and never strayed. Wind, hills, 30 passes on a dragstrip and riding back home, it all calculated to 27=29 MPG.
My first tests was to run it at 13 across the board, and for all practical purposes this is no extra and no less fuel from stock. My green reading was at 12, yellow 13.3 and red at 13.5 this is rich. Calculated perfect ratio should be 14.7. I have a hyper charger and vance and hines pipes so this means better flow and more air flow, It should be lean not rich.
Second test was to get my green zone dialed in for mileage and perfect ratio. At 13.6 My ratio came up to 14.5-7, I then messed with the yellow and red and at 12.5 I was able to get to 12.5 .
In conclusion I see now why I get worse mileage and more power. I also noticed that at 2300 rpm and dumping the throttle The bike definitely reacts different. The lug effect really settled down and It pulls much harder at this point than it used to. I can see the gauge react and move around compensating for my throttle when I pompously change Rpm shifting up or down. I am going to go fatter in the yellow and red tomorrow and fill a tank and try to burn it up to see if my mileage normalizes
I really did a horrible job on install of the main harness, I did not remove the tank, and it is all temporary until I do, The O2 sensor came out to the position I wanted. Like everything else I cant leave well enough alone. I built a heat sink to keep the radiant heat from the header pipe from beaming down on the o2 sensor. It came out perfect it may not be necessary but what the hell. I don't have the EGT setup yet and it may be a week or so until I do. The Dakota Digital gauge pod worked well, I was surprised that the gauge was only about a inch deep. The install was extremely simple, so simple as long as the o2 is there I am confident If you can change oil you could do this with out any instructions. I used a little electrical tape and created a strain relief on all the injector plugs and other connectors, and used gas line hose to cover the wire out of the gauge pod.
I am hoping this weekend to remove my tank and get my old HID ballast out of there that I haven't used for 2 years, route wires and solidify things appropriately. I need to make a new bracket that is a little more appealing. More to come on little things I did on install.