PCV Maps


Certainly! I installed the speed sensor wire into the power commander and installed the map. I also enabled the accelerator pump feature which I’m very excited about. Tomorrow I shall see how she rides!
Fantastic... that's one set of features I don't have access to, since I run the PCFC. I'll be curious to hear how it works out for you!
 

Ware122

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Fantastic... that's one set of features I don't have access to, since I run the PCFC. I'll be curious to hear how it works out for you!
Just got back from my test run. My test spots were a bit busy but I got a few runs in. Initial thoughts are that the bike sounds smoother and has a very notable mid range boost from 3500-7000 Rpms. From 7000 on up it seemed to be a little flatter than with the power commander map. Keep in mind there are many variables but I might play around a bit with mixing the two. Has anyone here put an air/fuel ratio gauge on this bike? I’m hoping to install one so I can get a better idea of which direction I need to go for fueling.
 

Ware122

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Fantastic... that's one set of features I don't have access to, since I run the PCFC. I'll be curious to hear how it works out for you!
The others thing is, I’m not sure the type of exhaust mod that was done on this bike prior to purchasing it. Whatever was done certainly made it sound very good but I’m not sure as far as airflow goes. Trying to decide if I need to get her a delkivic system as well. Seems like a good system for the money. Or maybe a yoshi like you have done.
 
The others thing is, I’m not sure the type of exhaust mod that was done on this bike prior to purchasing it. Whatever was done certainly made it sound very good but I’m not sure as far as airflow goes. Trying to decide if I need to get her a delkivic system as well. Seems like a good system for the money. Or maybe a yoshi like you have done.
I've heard good things about both the Delkivic system as well as the Black Widow system. Both are half the cost of Two Bros and M4, but equal in quality from what I've seen. Also, bear in mind that my Yoshi is a slip-on installed onto an R6 header... not much in the way of a "system" or "kit" ;)
 

Ware122

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I've heard good things about both the Delkivic system as well as the Black Widow system. Both are half the cost of Two Bros and M4, but equal in quality from what I've seen. Also, bear in mind that my Yoshi is a slip-on installed onto an R6 header... not much in the way of a "system" or "kit" ;)
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I've heard good things about both the Delkivic system as well as the Black Widow system. Both are half the cost of Two Bros and M4, but equal in quality from what I've seen. Also, bear in mind that my Yoshi is a slip-on installed onto an R6 header... not much in the way of a "system" or "kit" ;)
Yeah after watching the video of you building your exhaust it definitely got me thinking. I wish more companies made an exhaust for this bike but it sure does feel better to build your own. I have all
tools necessary to fabricate an exhaust so that might be a fun and more cost effective method than buying. What bike was you slip on made for initially?
 

Ware122

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Does anyone know how Marthy got his air/fuel ratio with his tunes to get all the fuel numbers? I believe on the website it says he’s running at 14 with the ratio. Just curious if he mounted a gauge or had a dyno done on it. I greatly appreciate all the work him and others have done here to unlock the bikes full potential.
 

Marthy

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Ware122

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Hey Mate,

I did used the Autotune with the data logger back in the days. Most map were tuned in the 13.6ish if I remember well. The Touring maps were set around 14.0 at cruising speed up to about 80mph. I left the map on the fat side over 20% throttle.
Awesome! Thank you so much for responding and continuing to post here. I may have to purchase an autotune kit to do some fine tuning and tinkering.
 

*Replying to Ware122*

My understanding from the previous owner is that it was all on an actual "03ish to 05ish" generation R6. It has a mounting tab on the top of it that I don't even use, and I've never verified whether or not it would line up with a mounting point on the R6.
 


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