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Power commander zero map

Does anybody know if the zero map on power commander will be the stock settings?
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there should be a map listed that says for stock bike
m117-001 is the number on power commanders website if you have an 05-06.
i think the 0 map is for making your own I could be wrong though

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Does anybody know if the zero map on power commander will be the stock settings?
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ZERO Map, means, PC is not making any changes. Straight from ECU to injectors

STOCK Bike map, WILL have mods, done that DJ found makes the bike run better.

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So having the zero map is legitimently saying it's back to stock settings from the factory? The pc5 is technically disabled and will run factory spec? I need a very detailed answer because I actually want to load the zero map onto my 08 600rr and go back to stock
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So having the zero map is legitimently saying it's back to stock settings from the factory? The pc5 is technically disabled and will run factory spec? I need a very detailed answer because I actually want to load the zero map onto my 08 600rr and go back to stock
Are you going back to stock permanently? If so, then you just remove the PC5 altogether.

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Hmmm, just knowing how much of a pain it was to remove everything to install it, I would like to know if zero map is almost same as factory setting so I don't have to fool with that nightmare
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Do you plan on using it again at some point? If not, you'd definitely be better off removing it. You'll be a couple hundred dollars better off by selling it.

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Their were many advantages of using the pc5, such as throttle response and fuel air ratio being much improved. So I MIGHT use it again, I was planning to get a switch so I could go back and forth from a zero map and the map that suited my pipe, which honestly I don't think a two brothers really even needs a map. But idk... I guess I'll probably take it out, if I take it out... Everything will be back to normal. Right? The only reason I really got it was because a friend of mine kept telling me to get one and it pissed me off to the point where I actually got it, so never give into peer pressure FYI lol
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If you remove it just plug all of the oem connectors back together where they belong and you'll be good to go. Install/removal isn't that hard, just a little time consuming. It's also a peace of mind knowing the bike is back to stock instead of worrying about a zero map.

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the bikes all apart right now and im debating weather to take it out or not. hmmmmmm options options...

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If you're not going to use it at all then remove it and sell it. However if you leave it on you could well find that even a 100% stock bike will run better with a custom map on it as no two bikes are completely the same.

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