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What PCV map? I was running the map downloaded from Dyno Jet for stock intake and two brothers exhaust and when I had the shop actually tune it the dyno chart shows massive drop at 7500 RPM, they said they had to add a TON of fuel up top to get it right.
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What PCV map? I was running the map downloaded from Dyno Jet for stock intake and two brothers exhaust and when I had the shop actually tune it the dyno chart shows massive drop at 7500 RPM, they said they had to add a TON of fuel up top to get it right.
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So I tried the Dynojet map 1st, I tried every map from this forum that anyone had any luck with. I settled with Cheff’s OMG map as the one that seemed best throughout. I tried making the high end both richer and leaner an additional +15% and -15% from 7000 to redline and was never able to tell too much of a difference.
Funny this turns up here today, as a friend and I went out on some twistys yesterday... he rides a KTM Superduke 1290. Despite knowing he’s faster and can pull harder, the Vee shined! It was smoother, sounded cleaner, really had no trouble keeping up as we both really have the two machines everything the road would handle.
I’ve settled on the factory ECU with +2.5% on the idle circuit via yosh box with the stock air filter and two brothers exhaust with dB killers installed. Not a miss anywhere, all day... not a hesitation, no “I think it could pull harder” at any RPM. Just beautiful, clean, smooth power. The Austrian machine was loud, and sounded a little bit like it was coming apart, despite being plenty fast.
I felt so rewarded for sticking with working through the Vee’s initial glitches.
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