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post #1 of 313 Old 06-13-2007, 01:06 AM Thread Starter
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Exclamation PCIII questions and concerns!!!!

Please use this thread for all things pertaining to PCIII mapping. Things like performance, gas mileage, tuning tips, best map for riding style, personal observations & experiences etc.......... List the year of your Strom too, this really helps.

Try to keep on topic as much as possible. Don't post "actual" map files here, post it at the other STICKY map thread.

Have fun......no pissing on eachother please.

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My 1000K6 is stock. PCIII supplied by Fuel Moto with their "stock" map. I get 40 mpg on the road, mid-upper 30's around town. I have a torque-y right hand.

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My 1000K6 is stock. PCIII supplied by Fuel Moto with their "stock" map. I get 40 mpg on the road, mid-upper 30's around town. I have a torque-y right hand.
How's about posting your map on the sticky thread?

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'06 V, with my own custom map created by averaging fuelmoto map with several other I have downloaded from other forums. 40+ on the open road, 30+ on my daily commute. I also have a heavy right hand

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How's about posting your map on the sticky thread?
I don't have it. It came pre-programmed. I'll see if I can dl it from Fuel Moto.

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I just put the unbaffled two bros exhaust on my stock k6 and it has the hicups off idle and between 3500-4000. Im am using the PCIII recomended map. With the stock exhaust the PCIII map was an improvement. I have made no other mods.

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Looking for a littlePCIII map help

I have an 04 DL1000. Stock exhaust with K&N air. I'm running the completely stock map for the 04-05 (M311-005) and believe that it may be running a bit lean. Would appreciate any suggestions.
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I have an 04 DL1000. Stock exhaust with K&N air. I'm running the completely stock map for the 04-05 (M311-005) and believe that it may be running a bit lean. Would appreciate any suggestions.
All great maps located here, feel free to play around with them.

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I reloaded mine today with MG's new map that he modified for "me". I also saved about 10 other maps as well, in case anyone ever needs them while hanging at my crib. I also have some great cold weather options with a couple of these maps too.

My 1000 honestly 1st though second will reach for the sky under hard throttle....so will BADTRAINDRIVERS strom. I'll see how good the Black Mantis runs with the new map, and I'll get back to ya'll.

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buttons on PC111

I installed one of Shep's maps in my 06 and it seems a little lean at 3 to 4K rpm. Tried to adjust the mid range button but it would not work as per the manuel's directions. I held the 3 on and switched on ign----nothing, I switched on ign and then depressed the buttons---still nothing. The led moves when the engine is running and the unit took the map so that part works. Any hints?
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