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he ecu of a motorcycle cannot modify the data in real time like a car, and the data is displayed on the intuitive software. In addition, I do not have torque testing equipment. How do I determine the best ignition time and find the value of MBT?Now I can use WIDEBAND O2 SENSORS to modify the VE value to achieve the target air-fuel ratio, but I don't know how to better optimize the value of the ignition advance angleNeed your teaching, thank you very much!

There are reflash options for many Bike ECU, check out Woolich Racing - https://www.woolichracing.com/

Some bikes can accept an external Wideband Controller output and have a bit of "auto tune" functionality.

To set ignition timing, you need a motorcycle dyno. They are available.

There are some open source options, Dynojet has some options, there are plenty of standalones that might suite, but it depends on the particular application.

Woolich, FTtune, for flashing

Power commander, EJK, my recommendation, piggyback systems.

we have the Axis Dyno. Designed by Mark Dobeck.

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