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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-13-2009, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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recommended AFR tunning per rpm 2007

So been trying to find some numbers but don't realy see anything. I got a bazzaz setup and trying to get it tunned. currently I have it set at 13.1 AFR on everything.

Anyone have some recomendations for correct AFR tunning from low to high rpm? from what im seeing around it's

low 13.1 (unknown rpm range)
mid 13.5 (unknown rpm range
high 13.8 (unknown rpm range)

I know theres allot of varables envolved but looking at a rule of thumb.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-15-2009, 11:14 AM
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1st. do you have the Z-AFM kit?

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Yes i do. and currently its been tuned on the track at 13.2
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i believe mine was somewhere around that... haven't messed with it in a few months


i'll try checking it tonight when I get home

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Any update on this? been looking at some of the dyno maps and it seems that its around 13 the whole range.
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sorry, I lost track of this thread.

yes, most are gonna be right around 13. I noticed that there WILL be slight differences which the unit will recommend at different times and you should try to become aware of possible factors which may cause those changes.

anything from temperature, elevation, humidity, ride-patterns (track-like / street-like), how you're bike breaks in, etc. will cause slight changes in the recommended map.

what you can do is every time you create/edit a map, save it. Once you have a few of them you can then start playing around with them to find a happy medium between all of them and blend them or even set different maps for different tracks.

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I would leave it around where you have it. yes you can go a tad leaner in the lower rpm's, but really it won't matter when you're really riding as you're not in the lower rpm's. All you're doing it for is to save a tad of gas in those lower rpm's, but you do risk running it too lean. To save a gallon of gas every 15 times you fill up I wouldn't bother.
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