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What Map? European model vs US?

So, I just installed the Akra full ti system, DIY stacks, K&N filter, and smoothed out the ram air tubes on my '04. I have 2 questions.
1- what is the difference between the european model and the US model. On dynojets website, the closest match to my setup is for a european model so what's the difference?

2- Any one else have this set-up? What map are you running?
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Most manufacturers have a different spec ECU for the Euro models. Also their fuels are quite different from ours. In most cases if you use a Euro map in the US then your bike will run lean. That being said though, I have had customers bring us their bike and it had a Euro map in it and the curve was really good. You could try it but be forwarned that it could run lean. I would start with map M115-011. I am not familiar with the stack modification you did but it all you did was shorten them then usually you will need to add values of around 10-15 from 60-100% throttle and from 9000rpm on up. This is a rough guess of course and getting it on a dyno is really the only way to know for sure it is running correctly.
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