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post #21 of 351 Old 10-10-2007, 04:47 PM
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Anyone have Fuelmoto's map for a stock 03? Currently running the dynojet stock 03 map and it's almost what I want but before tinkering with it I would like to try the fuelmoto map.

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Anyone have Fuelmoto's map for a stock 03? Currently running the dynojet stock 03 map and it's almost what I want but before tinkering with it I would like to try the fuelmoto map.

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Try the latest map I just posted. An '02 owner tried it, and pulled his bike from the sale add it worked so well.

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Chef, About to try your $200 map! Since so many say it is a phenomonal map, was curious if you took a big hit in mpg?

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I talked with my Suzuki Dealer yesterday and he told me to throw away my power commander and that he could map the the bike on the orginal equipment to run better than the PC. Has anyone done this and did it work?
I've tried both the Yosh and Teka boxes on my 2002 with some noticeable improvement. With the Yosh box my mileage went down in around town riding. I just installed a PCIII and had it mapped. The bike has never run better and the gas mileage seems to be okay. I was told by a local performance shop the the PC has a lot more adjustability. It is also a lot easier to go in and make any small changes you might find needed.

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I still get into the mid 40's with my map, and my bike flat out hauls butt. I am using a "modified" Leo Vince map from Fuel Moto, and would be happy to share it with anyone who is interested. Just becuase you don't have aftermarket exhausts, doesn't mean your bike still won't run great.

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Try the latest map I just posted. An '02 owner tried it, and pulled his bike from the sale add it worked so well.
I sure did, thanks again bud.

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Chef, About to try your $200 map! Since so many say it is a phenomonal map, was curious if you took a big hit in mpg?
My mpg are horrible any way and they stayed about the same. 35mpg is what I get on my commute. I get 40 on long rides. My wrist is the problem not the bike.


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I sure did, thanks again bud.
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I still get into the mid 40's with my map, and my bike flat out hauls butt. I am using a "modified" Leo Vince map from Fuel Moto, and would be happy to share it with anyone who is interested. Just becuase you don't have aftermarket exhausts, doesn't mean your bike still won't run great.
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I'm interested -- have a DL1K with Remus cans.... using a map which helped (smoothed out the flat spot btwn 3~4k) but am not getting mid-40's.

Like the better throttle response, but not at a cost of ~8mpg....

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I still get into the mid 40's with my map, and my bike flat out hauls butt. I am using a "modified" Leo Vince map from Fuel Moto, and would be happy to share it with anyone who is interested. Just becuase you don't have aftermarket exhausts, doesn't mean your bike still won't run great.
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I'm interested -- have a DL1K with Remus cans.... using a map which helped (smoothed out the flat spot btwn 3~4k) but am not getting mid-40's.

Like the better throttle response, but not at a cost of ~8mpg....

Thanks!

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Cheff`s custom map was done with Remus cans.. I have it on my bike now and was a major improvement over the pc provided maps !

Yet if you look at the map, seems to be leaner than the stock pc usb III map in some parts. I really dont get how this works, though lean was a problem in our bikes.

If you find a kick ass one for remus, let me know

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