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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-23-2007, 02:53 AM Thread Starter
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Just had the PC-III mapped

I haven't had a chance to test it by the seat of my pants, but as I thought it was running just a tad rich! The guy who did it said it was the worst he'd ever seen. I'm hoping it'll make a big difference to the stalling and the fuel economy, as well as the rideability.



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Wow, what a difference the map made to the A/F curve.

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I just got back from a small(ish) blat - and for just about the entire ride all I could think was: "So, this is how it's supposed to feel!" The difference is quite incredible. Much smoother and easier to ride, and much better throttle response. It wouldn't be overstating things to say that it almost feels like a new bike.

If any of you haven't had your PC-III custom mapped, just do it!

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did it fix your stalling problem,and how was the temp after the splat.
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No hint of the stalling problem I'm glad to say. The temp when moving is definitely higher, and it increases at a much higher rate when at a standstill than it used to. Given some of the engine temps at standstill, I would have expected it to stall, which it didn't - so it's all looking good so far!

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I haven't had a chance to test it by the seat of my pants, but as I thought it was running just a tad rich! The guy who did it said it was the worst he'd ever seen. I'm hoping it'll make a big difference to the stalling and the fuel economy, as well as the rideability.


excellent on the mapping
as for the "worst he'd ever seen"
i bet that MINE was JUST AS BAD

that chip MV sent with the racing exhaust.....
must have been stamped with a map..... from a 3RD GRADE SCIENCE CLASS PROJECT

so FAR OFF from "reality" as to render it RIDICULOUS
but....
somehow, that smell of raw gas in your face..... at 120 mph was quite INVIGORATING



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but....
somehow, that smell of raw gas in your face..... at 120 mph was quite INVIGORATING
We REALLY need to talk!!

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excellent on the mapping
as for the "worst he'd ever seen"
i bet that MINE was JUST AS BAD

that chip MV sent with the racing exhaust.....
must have been stamped with a map..... from a 3RD GRADE SCIENCE CLASS PROJECT

so FAR OFF from "reality" as to render it RIDICULOUS
but....
somehow, that smell of raw gas in your face..... at 120 mph was quite INVIGORATING
I must admit, I do wonder about what MV is doing sometimes. For a company that makes such glorious bikes, there are some things that are very hard to understand.

Have you looked at your map figures Greg (see my other thread for mine)?

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Looks really good John, mine still stalls though.
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