Forced induction applications require tuning with a different set of rules. You have to be much more careful in keeping the cylinder temperatures lower because of the increased pressure and temperatures added from the turbocharger, supercharger or nitrous. These create extreme combustion chamber temperatures, so retarding the timing and adding fuel is a must. All forced induction applications are tuned to no leaner than a 12:1 air/fuel ratio. This is important to prevent pre-detonation and ensure reliability. All throttle percentages are step tested and tuned with the appropriate amount of fuel and timing curves based on boost pressure.
I am able to tune all engine management systems including map sensor, fuel pressure regulator, waste gate control, fuel and timing systems.
We have a lot of experience tuning forced induction motorcycle engines, whether they be in a motorcycle or in a buggy/car/sand quad/race car application.