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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-15-2012, 12:42 PM
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you rock! will try it out. how did it compare to the bazazz slipon map?TIA
my baseline on the bazzaz slip on map was 106 hp & 43ft lbs, after the dyno tune we grabbed 115hp & 46.8 ft lbs... whether the peak numbers are correct or not i didn't care but the same dyno we got 9hp

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i have one... i set my target a/f to 13.2 and ride. after each session on track, i check out the suggested changes to the map that will get me to the target a/f. if everything looks ok, i'll apply all. i ride through all rpm ranges, so that's how it tunes. it's not THAT complicated... you're overthinking it.

afm > dyno. hands down.

well, unless you LIKE spending ~$200 each time you want change/mod your bike (performance-wise).
Hey Agg2001, I definitely like the idea of not having to go to the local tuner for every part change that I make. How often are you making map changes? Every session sounds a little much. I would think that the maps would be pretty consistent if you keep the parts the same and visit the same tracks. I also don't think that I would be at every RPM in every gear at the tracks I ride. I barely ever hit 14K in 5th out there.

They should have a AFM rental program somewhere for guys who make a map once a year. I know I am being cheap. The price for a dyno tune in my area is $350 though otherwise I would have been there.

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Hey Agg2001, I definitely like the idea of not having to go to the local tuner for every part change that I make. How often are you making map changes? Every session sounds a little much. I would think that the maps would be pretty consistent if you keep the parts the same and visit the same tracks. I also don't think that I would be at every RPM in every gear at the tracks I ride. I barely ever hit 14K in 5th out there.

They should have a AFM rental program somewhere for guys who make a map once a year. I know I am being cheap. The price for a dyno tune in my area is $350 though otherwise I would have been there.
It is applying the changes to your current fuel Map. It is tuning your bike to your specific riding conditions. (altitude, humidity, temp and upgrades on your bike)

I recommend running 3 to 4 session and the Z-AFM will have you pretty dialed in.When you hit clear it is allowing you to gather new data as opposed to staking your runs.

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post #14 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-10-2018, 11:33 PM
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Hi Swami,
I am having a ZFi, K&N filter and TBR slip-on setup. If you like the map you received, could you please share with me? I am a newbie and therefore don't know how to send a PM.
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