If you’re looking for a way around the torque limiter in your Honda Talon X or S, or if you want to re-map your fuel settings to get better performance out of an aftermarket exhaust, we’ve got a Honda Talon ECU tuner that will do the trick. Regardless of what modifications you’ve made to your machine, an ECU tuner from Everything Honda Offroad will make sure that everything in your machine will play nicely together. But even if you’re running an all-stock side-by-side, you can still get horsepower gains, remove the speed limiter, and increase the RPM rev limiter with a Honda Talon ECU tuner. The DynoJet Power Vision tuner is one of the more popular ECU tuners for the Honda Talon. Like other units, the Power Vision tuner gives you real-time telemetry and live data monitoring, showing you what’s going on inside your UTV. You can use it for diagnostics, or simply set it and forget it. Say, for example, your Honda Talon is getting bogged down in the mud. With a Honda Talon programmer, the machine’s ECU will know it’s under an unordinary load, and will retard the machine so that it’s less likely to break due to the added stress. Similarly, if your Talon is running too lean, the exhaust header might get so hot that it glows in the dark. This can be easily solved with a quick tune from a good Honda Talon programmer.
Installing an ECU tuner in your Honda Talon is as easy as reciting the ABCs. You simply plug the tuner into the connection under the driver’s seat — making sure that you have it plugged into the cable before starting your Honda Talon — and you’re ready to rock. After you’ve paired the tuner with your bike, you can then download updates, various fuel maps, and different programming stages. If you want to alter your spark plug's timing to optimize performance, you can do it. If your machine is overheating and you want the cooling fan to turn on at a lower temperature, an ECU tuner lets you do that as well. Just take note, however, if you are using the Honda factory warranty. They might know that you reflashed the ECU, and getting parts replaced under warranty when you’ve taken off the rev and speed limiters are probably not going to happen. That being said, it is possible to switch back to factory ECU settings, giving you the benefits of an ECU tuner without having to sacrifice your warranty.