Well, I finally got my nerve up to try a "top speed" run on my Vision with the Lloydz ECUinstalled. However, before I attempted this run, I (over) inflated my tires to 42 psi in the front and 44 psi in the back. I also checked EVERYTHING on the bike. Hereare the results..
Earlier this year,I was in a remote part of NV and made a top speed run with the stock ECU. My speedometer indicated that I was doing 131 mph, howevermy GPS's indicated myactual speed was 126-127 mph when the stock ECU rev limiter kicked in. It would not pull any further withoutthe bikecutting out..I believe that GPS was more accurate than my speedometer... I hada completely different story with the LloydzECU.Even thoughI didn't have my GPS functioning on this run (it was in my saddle bag when I madean impromptu decision) my speedometer was reading 140mph when I backed out. Basedon my earlier GPS reading, I'd guess my actual speed was in the range of plus or minus135 mph..However, I felt thatmybike WAS STILL ACCELERATING~! Itdid NOT hit the Lloydzrev limiter!I took a quck glance at the tachwhich indicated approx6200 rpm. From past experience, I know that my newECU has a rev limit of 6400 to 6500 rpms. While I can't say for sure, (and really don't expect to find out anytime soon)I expect thatmy Visioncouldrun neck and neck with a Goldwing at the top end..I've been told that a stock Goldwingdoesn'thave a low rev limit like a Victory and willclose to 140 mph out the box. Don't know for sure though...By the way, outside of the Lloyds cams, the Lloydz ECU has by FAR given me the most "bang for the buck" in terms of performanceenhancement..