|By Boosta on Tuesday, July 23, 2002 - 02:21 pm:|
for my RSV
whats the best map to run, wire connected, or not
|By Fastdaz on Tuesday, July 23, 2002 - 03:18 pm:|
Forget factory pro, buy pc3 (you know you want it) sell chip to someone you know (real knockdown sale prices. Use your internet art to download shitloads of maps, (oh lordy laptop overload) plug in and she's gone (whoooosh)
Sounds good, i'll bet
|By Crmc33 on Tuesday, July 23, 2002 - 10:57 pm:|
I dont think answered the question did it?
Maybe email FP themselves.
|By Taffrsv on Wednesday, July 24, 2002 - 12:38 am:|
From what I have learnt 1 map is for a slip on can the other for a full system, but there is no pattern to which map people are using it seems to go down to personel preference.
I was due on the dyno 20/7 but it got cancelled so I have no firm evidence, but my arse tells me map 13 is stronger btm to mid and map 14 is stronger top end, both maps create a very smooth engine low down. When I eventually get it dyno'd I will post my findings.
|By Salkhan on Wednesday, July 24, 2002 - 05:51 am:|
WHen I dyno'd with my SP Ti Slip-on / Evo Air Filter / Evo Ignition Amp w/wires / and FP chip setup back in March - I only got .5 HP difference at BEST. This was with cylinders synched but no adjustments in the CO pots.
But, the line was smoother and delivery felt much nicer. I never compared it to the "stock" SP Ti chip, but I dyno'd just under 114 HP peak I believe.
|By Geo on Wednesday, July 24, 2002 - 06:54 am:|
I dynoed my US spec bike with the 1413 and the RSC chip.
Wire disconected the facpro was way down past 9,000 rpms, wire connected it was barely the same as the prilia chip at the top, and still less at mid rpms.
Renegade airkit + rsc evo slipon.
|By Scottaride on Wednesday, July 24, 2002 - 01:41 pm:|
Unfortunately its not as simple as using the same map that worked for someone else, you'll need to experiment. Dont worry what map worked best for someone else because your bikes fuel pressure and state of tune will be different to other bikes. Even the fuel you use will differ. Hence you need to experiment, probably using a dyno. I know its not the answer you wanted, but in the end you'll want good results for YOUR bike.
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