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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-25-2012, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
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PC III DynoTune Question

Hi All, I've got a 2005 Brutale 750s which I've only had for 2 months, came with a PC III installed, only other performance mod is the cat's have been removed. Feels and goes pretty good. (Nothing to compare against) I hooked up my laptop to it today running the PC III software and the map that it's running shows the following details.


2005 MV Agusta Brutale 910 European Model
Arrow Race slip on (Db Killer removed), stock header, cat. removed
Stock air filter
Stock EPROM


I've found another standard map on their website which has the following details.


2004-2005 Mv Agusta Brutale 750 EV-02 European model
Stock eprom
Stock exhaust (cat removed)
Stock or aftermarket air filter



My questions are:
1. Which would be the better map to use out of these two?
2. Is it worth getting a custom tune?
3. If yes for custom tune, where is the best place to go in South East Queensland?
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-25-2012, 07:00 PM
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Try the 2nd map, but be aware that their maps are notoriously awful.

If it's running well and has no problems leave it alone else you get caught up in chasing 1 hp. Ruins the fun that.

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I'll echo lee in that Dynojeta maps are horrible. I would get it dynotunned when you finish with the mods. Like exhaust and air filter.

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I'll echo lee in that Dynojeta maps are horrible. I would get it dynotunned when you finish with the mods. Like exhaust and air filter.
AND get it set up for TPS/balance and the trim pot in the ecu (if it has one) before the dyno set up but if it's running nice with no flat spots/hunting etc.....just save some money and leave well alone!!

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ALL the guys are correct,get it on a dyno,I also tried all the maps,they are a waste of time.your fuel economy will also go through the roof.

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Thanks for the replies. I'm going to get it dyno'd. Any suggestions on where to take it around the Brisbane area. Got a quote from a place down at Nerang for $400. Is that an average cost or could I get it done cheaper?


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