I just received a new unit from Dynatek. Been on the phone with Larry and we can't figure out why the bike will not quite start with the Dynatek unit but starts right up with the stock ECU. Something about my bike seems to possibly be unique and I'm hoping someone here might have a theory. The bike is supposed to be an 85, and I have the appropriate Dynatek unit and software. I'm wondering if it is even possible that a different year model ignition has been installed in the bike and therefore the Dynatek isn't seeing what it expects. The red and green indicator lights are behaving as expected. If I choke the engine then bring the lever up real fast she will sort of light but is very soft and not sustainable. That is clearly making a rich condition for a brief moment. Timing from 100 to 1500 is set at 4 degrees bdc. The stock ECU is labeled TID14-43 1FK-10. From what I've seen I think that is appropriate for an 85. Anyone have any ideas? The carbs have Jetting #100, #170, #DJ160 mains, Stg 7 needles 4th clip, stg 7 springs, air correctors, drilled slides, and mixture screws set @ 3 turns out (per Dan Unwin). It's basically a UFO bike (exhaust, seat, turn signals, engine covers, etc.) Anyone got any ideas???