Ok guys, here are some more maps....
First one is the newest version of my custom map. If you are using my original map, please try this one. It has all the performance with less of the richness. I have found that this map seems to work really well on very lean, 02-03's - especially with aftermarket exhaust and 2ndaries removed. If you have a stock 02-03, this map will be rich and I can adjust it for you if so desired! I am posting in both .map and .djm files so you can use whichever version PCIII you like.
Next up, we have a custom map that I modified for Big B when I was up at his place in OH. It's set up for an 04-05, with aftermarket exhaust and 2ndaries removed. It is in .djm format only, if someone needs it in .map format just let me know.
Finally, we have a most excellent map created by Criscokid. BadTrainDriver is running this with great success, as are many other Strommers. This map seems to work very well with aftermarket exhaust and 2ndaries removed as well (can you see a trend here? :lol: ) It is posted in .djm format.
What I have found, in my travels and adventures in PCIII mapping, is there seems to be 3 "basic" types of FI programming coming from Suzuki. They are:
- Original, 16 bit 02-03 maps. Very lean at idle, pretty bad lean stumble between 3-4k. Mine is like this, and my m311-MG maps are designed for this.
- Transitionary, 04-early 05 32 bit maps. These are also lean at idle, a little less so than the 02-03's, but suffer badly from the 2500-4500 range. Big B's is like this, if you have a 32 bit, pre-recall ECU, try this map.
- Final, post recall 32 bit ECU's for later 05-present 07 models. BadTrainDriver has this style ECU and the Criscokid map is the ticket for these bikes.
Like I said, play around with some of these maps and it should become pretty obvious which ECU you have. These again, are good starting points. If you aren't running exhaust or removed your 2daries, then the buttons on the unit can be used to dial out some of the fuel - the mapping actually remains pretty much the same, just less fuel is needed, especially at low and high RPMS.