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    Re: Gazb

    The bike was fine before I put the decats on. Wish I didn't now

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    Re: Gazb

    If you answer my questions. I can help.

    There are some common mistakes

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    Re: Gazb

    I'm not sure what you mean, do I need to buy new injectors? I left the bike with him so didn't see how many pulls he done with it to be honest

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    Re: Gazb

    Quote Originally Posted by Gazb View Post
    I'm not sure what you mean, do I need to buy new injectors? I left the bike with him so didn't see how many pulls he done with it to be honest
    There's 2 banks of injectors. 4 injectors per bank. So 8 in total. The smaller injectors (lower) run all the time. The larger ones kick in as demand exceeds supply.

    The tuner should have attached to the lower ones. I am guessing he has if the low speed is currently affected.

    A map is 3D. It is primarily affected by throttle position, load and rpm. The PCV is mapped across a limited range of tps vs rpm points arranged in a table. Each cell of the table sees fuel added or removed compared to stock. The PCV extrapolates smoothly between cells. So at 3000rpm 100% throttle you could see +7 (%) in the load cell but at 20% or less it might be zero (factory default).

    The mapper should map the bike at 5% throttle, then 10, 20, 30 40 etc. They will also set a minimum correction rpm. I.e. many will ignore sub 2500 rpm as there's no real benefit to changing the oem map below that. This allows them to concentrate on the area of the map most in need...the emissions leaning at 5-9000.

    However they can only map yhe bike they have on the day. If you change the exhaust removing the cat that is a huge change. I would take the bike back for a remap and ask them to concentrate efforts at the smaller throttle openings lower rpm



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    Re: Gazb

    For example it took 56 runs on the dyno to map mine down to part throttle.

    Mine was butter smooth after

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    Re: Gazb

    See, this it what makes me think he didn't really do much on mine, no I fitted the exhaust then took it there to be mapped ? So would your map be a good place to start on mine ?

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    Re: Gazb

    Maps are not free...
    BTW you've put in the description 2012 HP4, what's the number on the triple clamp out of interest.

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    Re: Gazb

    I'm willing to pay, there are 3 numbers on it , which ones you want

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    Re: Gazb

    Bikes are all different.

    Mine was a 17 s1000rr with a yoshi full longcan system with bmc race filter.

    If it were that simple you wouldn't get personalized maps.


    Id suggest you check the following

    your on the correct injectors. (Lower)

    Pair system is reconnected.

    you are using a single module. No extras

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