Join Date: Nov 2014
Location: Depressing state of Michigan (USA)
PCV Map for Ninja 650
Hey guys, I just wanted to share my experience (and maps!) with the Power Commander for the Ninja 650. I've got a 2010, second gen, Ninja 650R. It's got an Arrow slip on exhaust and BikeMaster brand K&N style high flow air filter. I encourage you to play around with the maps available from dynojet's website and you'll see that they are absolute crap! If you are going to get a power commander, you need to go with one of two options if you want it to run perfectly: A. Get it tuned. Find a reputable dyno tech in your area and get her mapped for your bike, in your climate, for your mods, etc. This is the ideal way to ensure the bike is running as well as it can. This is why you bought the power commander is it not? B. Get the auto tune module as well. While this takes some doing, it will over time, fine tune the fuel tables to your riding style and environment.
For those who are just looking to try SOMETHING and wish to try my map, its the DynoMaster file in the attached zip file. I'm not saying the is the best map there is, but it works very well for me (As well it should, I paid for it!) and I know there isn't much out there other than generic crap. There are also all the downloaded maps from DJ website that didn't work well, but maybe you want to try anyway. They have generic names, but when you load the map into the power commander software it will tell you in the little info box what mods it was made for. There are a few named like adjust where I tried altering fuel tables in those generic downloaded maps, but didn't really even get close to the dyno'd map if you want to see them for whatever reason.
The dyno run before tuning showed max hp at 63.44 & torque at 41.93 and the after results were 67.57 and 44.07 respectively (9,000 RPM). In an environment with 90 degree F temp and 10% humidity.