Yes, the bike will attempt to compensate for the change in ambient air - to a certain degree. It's not so much "over" compensating, as it "under" compenstates - the stock FI mapping will only allow so much fuel to be delivered, so when the ambient temps rise to a certain level, there is only so much fuel to be "had" in regards to the map that's programmed. So when it gets hot, and the ECU says it need less fuel, the FI system doesn't give it all the fuel it needs thanks to the lean programming mandated by the EPA. So a bike that runs fairly well in the wintertime can often suffer from lean surge, hesitation and even stalling when the weather gets hotter b/c the FI map adjusts to the ambient air and won't give it enough fuel.
I think I said that somewhat clearly!! If it doesn't make sense I'll try to clarify.
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