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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-30-2013, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
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running rich, which map akra/arrow

i have an 07 with the arrow headers and akra muffler. there was a full yoshi exhaust on the bike previous so that is the map that is on it. i know i am running super rich, so should i try the full akra system map or the full arrow system map? this is just temporary until i can get a custom tune done. any ideas which will be better? under a 100 miles to a tank with this tune so i know i am wrong for riding it that way

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You may be better off running a 0 map until you can get it to a professional tuner. If it doesn't improve you can always load another map back on it.

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I have the same setup. Before I tuned I contacted DynoJet. This is what they said.

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Our predeveloped map #M127-003 is the closest to your setup that we currently have available in our map database library. The air flow characteristics between the two setups should be similar enough for the map to work for you as a starting point. Let us know if this map gives you any obvious fueling problems, and what/when those problems occur and we might be able to help you to make further adjustment. An ideal option is to have the bike dyno tuned and custom mapped specifically for your bike's setup and or your personal riding style and fueling preference at one of our approved tuning centers in your local area if you want to get it 100% optimized.

Let me know if you have any further questions.

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If you contact my friend jeffo your mapping issues will be overwith
He and I guarantee it
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You won't believe the difference

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Yes, i also tried jeffo's tune, works very well, as dynarex stated above.

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I would love to just get A tune on there. I bricked my power commander by updating the firmware and not using the 9V connection, did it from bike power. Now I need to find a 9V connection or take it to a stealership and pay them to hook up a pc programmer for 30 seconds.

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