Dyna 3000 Switch Settings

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Written by Jim Travis   
Thursday, 10 June 2004

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Dyna 3000 Switch Settings

Reprinted by permission, from Road Star Magazine 

If you have installed a Dyna 3000 on your Road Star there is a little tip about how you can cut a hole in your battery case so you have easy access to the dip switches to change the Dyna's settings.  Problem is, after doing this you can't see the mud map for the switch settings.  So thanks to Jimtec of the Road Star Riders Forum here is a photo of the back of a Dyna 3000 for you to refer to or print out.

THE CURRENT SETTINGS IN THE IMAGE MAY NOT BE THE RECOMMENDED SETTING 
FOR YOUR ROAD STAR, THE IMAGE IS ONLY A GUIDE

Click on the image for a larger version then print it out
Dyna 3000 Settings

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Ryan 3000 mistake
Written by RPCO, on 03-23-2016 20:46
Auto spell and not looking at what I bought.... 
The questions about setting is for a speedster ...not a dynamic or a Ryan....the again for any help you can suggest 
Ralph in Boston
Ryan 3000
Written by RPCO, on 03-22-2016 20:48
I bought a used Ryan 3000, not sure how to figure settings ? 
Is there a factory setting? What determines the settings ? 
I have hyper properly jetted with slingshot unhandled....any suggestions ? The Ralph in Boston 
2001 1600
best setting dyna 3000. 108cu in high co
Written by TEMPEST, on 09-23-2014 11:13
2005 high compression 108 cu in patric racing motor balanced crank (Falcone),ported intake , and 42mm patric carb . with bassani duals . any recommendations for the dyna ignition settings .?  
I was noticing that on the dyna site they recommended b settings for high compression . ? I'm noticing that most are opting for the 34a setting and 5000 rpm . this bike of mine has the stock cams .I haven't called dynatek yet but that may be my next option. I have always liked talking to you guys abut the fixes for the roadstar , you all have been so helpful in the past.
Written by joe q, on 06-19-2012 10:16
how hard is it to raise rev limit on late models fuel injected motors .Dynatek came out with a module but it looks different than the earlier models I think it has to be programed with a computer not sure if I should bother D3K7-10 is the module #
Dyna vs Speedstar
Written by Starider, on 02-22-2010 15:24
OK I was ready to get the dyna 3000 when I heard about the Speedstar ignition now I'am confused. Im tired of hitting the rev limiter. After 10 years and 35000 miles I cant take it anymore.... yes I am a patient guy. Im lookin for some imput on which to choose. I have a set of VH long shots, Hyper charger and I believe a stage 2 jet kit. I would really appreciat any and all imput. Thanks in advance
Written by 02 road rider, on 03-18-2009 01:46
I have the high comp pistons and I have mine set at 3 I have a little spiting but runs good.
Written by heferwiz57, on 07-21-2008 19:20
My passing lamps went out on 06 RS Silverado. What is the deal?
dyna 3000
Written by cruzertim, on 04-23-2007 13:38
If you go to Dynatech's website www.dynaonline.com you will find that only the 2005 Roadstar has the passing lamp problem.
dyna 3000
Written by maddog200_0, on 02-14-2007 10:05
If you have add H/C piston,s where would the best setting be at on your Dyna 3000?  
All so does the Retard switchs need to be set?
dyna 3000
Written by Wildstar1600, on 02-02-2007 17:57
I have a 2002 wildstar.do somone have picture of mounting it :roll .

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