Join Date: May 2015
Location: Marietta, GA
Year/Make/Model: 2010 Kawasaki Voyager
The Dobeck numbers are generally for bike with both BAKs and aftermarket exhaust. With a BAK, you will see improvement if set properly. They are set so lean at the factory that adding gas, will even help an all stock bike. The debaffle will improve even more.
Based on my Dobeck (gen 2)/Voyager experience (Gen 3 can do a negative fuel add, I believe, so you need to find out from Dobeck what the zero add settings are):
The Dobeck "recommended settings" are for bikes with BAKs and 3rd party exhausts. Since not all BAKs and exhausts are the same, these are just starting points, anyway, so you would have to tune it regardless.
Mount the Dobeck, at least temporarily, where you can see it while riding. Start with the Green and Green/Blue settings (everything else at whatever Dobeck says emulates stock conditions, i.e. zero add - you don't want to go negative). Give it a delay of at least 3 or 4 (higher if you want better gas mileage) and add Green from zero add, one step at a time, riding it with each step. Run thru a couple of gears accelerating slowly and quickly, watching for the lights to change on the Dobeck. See how it feels, make a note of the setting, increase one and try again until it runs thru the sweet zone into a crappy, too much gas conditions to figure out the best setting. Go to yellow and do the same, then red. Setting one zone at a time takes some time, but it will get you to the best running settings.
RAM mount for TomTom Rider 400 (with anti theft module)
6000k LED Headlight & Spots; Kisan Headlight Modulator (works with LEDs),
__Brake Light Modulator, LED License Plate Holder
Dobeck EJK 3.0
Lucky Mirror Extenders
Misc. RAM Mounts for Cup Holder, SPOT, Phone, etc.
Chuckster BAK, Trailer Hitch and Cooler Rack
Wiring for Trailer
Ray's Throttle Mod
Things to do:
Drilling Baffle Plates (Maybe)
Paint HF Tag Along Trailer to Match Bike