Originally Posted by crotch_rocket_pilot
Why do you need a map? Is it lost? And why is a custom map better?
Ok, bad joke....sorry...Must be a slow morning.... :violent1:
AHAHAHAHAHAHA! Bad joke maybe, but got a laugh out of me! :D I read the first line and said...YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME! And then I scrolled down...HA!
As for my original reply, I don't mean to be rude, but I've had serious dyno tuning done to all of my 1000's, and 600's (except this new one....yet) and everything varies from bike to bike, location to location. Hell, elevation, temp (at the time), wear and tear, modifications, gearing (yes gearing, although VERY, VERY slight, I have seen it affect some parts of a tune)....they all change everything. You can use someone's map to get close to what you need, just until you can get down and get it tuned, but if that's the case, go to dynojet's website, and pull one for free...and if you like, tweak it from there.
Good luck, I hope someone is dumb enough to pay for it...and if they are, more power to you, they deserve it.