Oh man, ....this is when the thread gets locked.
Wish people would not do personal attacks like saying, "you suck". Just not good.
It's funny that it's always the guys who think the Pioneer can walk on water that always say things like that.
Anyway, i think the Pioneer's problems have been well documented, and people can choose to ignore it if they want, but lets get back on track.
No one ever came out with a higher stall converter, and its too bad. I think this would be less "impactful" ( negatively ) than a gear reduction. I have even e-mailed Hilifter and suggested such a product, but they didn't seem too interested. Would probably be pretty expensive.
The only other option would be to play with oil viscosity. It's an old drag racing trick to run a different ATF ( or even some type of tractor hydro fluid ) to gain or lose some RPM to tailor a car for ET's...BUT...
The Pioneer already runs 10-30, and the only oil i know of motorcycle rated that is thinner would be some sort of racing oil which typically isn't recommended for street use. And would you want to run 20 weight oil anyway? Especially when there is no guarantee you'd even notice?
I'm pretty sensitive to stuff like that, and i am running something-40 Mobil syn bike oil. I can't tell if it made any difference.
Maybe i will go back to 10-30 Honda at some point and break out my tach and see if it does anything. When i checked at full throttle, brakes locked, no wheel movement, it stalled at 3240 RPM ( i posted the wrong number earlier ) consistently. What us at high elevations need is a big torque boost right in that RPM range. Hard to do on a ( relatively ) small displacement engine at ( relatively ) low RPM. Big bore kit would be the biggest gain here.
In one of my videos i removed the airbox lid, and was a little surprised by how much it gave with the stock filter. Obviously, you probably don't want to run this way, but i think it shows the intake on the Pioneer is highly restricted.
Look at the intake tube with all its chambers and necking down. Recall the link Scott posted about the supercharged pioneer by Lynn. He has replaced that tube with a larger tubing and i suspect that is more responsible for his power gain than the blower he has ( the blower would be a major restriction when off ). Maybe a K&N with larger tubing could really make a seat of the pants difference?