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I just finished installing a power commander on my 06 f4 and downloaded the map for a "Stock exhaust and stock Filter" the only thing is I dont have a cat. I'm planning on getting an after market exhaust and a better flowing filter later so I dont want to tune it and in a couple months have to pay to tune it again. bike was popping a bit but not bad. So....

should I keep the "stock filter stock exhaust" map?

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Should I download the "Zero" map?
 

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Zero map means no adjustment?

Whats wrong with keeping the downloaded map on? Don't be worried about the popping if that's your concern.
 

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Once I get all my goodies I plan on getting a custom tune. I'd like to know how good these maps really are.
 

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Roger on the ball sucking. D Jet's maps are terrible. Put in a zero map until you can get it dynoed. Have them "step tune" it. Only way.
 

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I call it step tuning. Instead of making a WOT run only you make several runs at different throttle settings and rpms to get the A/F right throughout the rpm range. IMO a WOT run is good for just that only.
 

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I call it step tuning. Instead of making a WOT run only you make several runs at different throttle settings and rpms to get the A/F right throughout the rpm range. IMO a WOT run is good for just that only.
Thanks lee thats very helpful!
 

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Get the bike on a dyno as Carl mentioned, the tuner can then formulate a custom map tailor made for your bike, you will then get the best out of the pcIII.
 
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