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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-28-2009, 07:23 AM Thread Starter
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PC3 Map for F4 750s

I have just purchased a second hand power commander for my F4 750s 2000 model. Has anyone out there got a map for this bike with Sil Moto exhaust fitted? I'm after a good starting point before I take it to the dyno. Thanks
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The PC has a map in it for RG3's and a BMC already. It was custom from my local dyno.


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I was just thinking that it may be different due to your fuel being a lower octane than here in the UK. I will give it a try of course, I just wanted another option as well to be safe.

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Smark32....the way octane is listed is the difference. In UK you use a single measurement (I think Research) which is a higher number. In the US we use an average of 2 methods (Research and Motor).

I believe you will find your fuel and our fuel are very similar actual octane values.

But do you have that damned environmental ruse "Ethanol" added at 10% in UK?? Doesn't change octane rating, but definitely affects shelf life and other tangibles here.

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I have been looking around on the net for a while now and it says that the US maps don't run right in the UK. Problem for me is that my local dyno is fully booked for 2 weeks and I need the bike sorted before i go away. So if anyone has a European map for my bike that would be much appreciated because dynojet uk doesn't even list them.
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