"Use slip-on map as base when self-mapping, even with a full system"
got the full yosh (forgot you the man with these questions)do you have a full system SS? If its a slip I can send you my map. Though we are at way different sea levels..ect..
Target AFR Mine is at 13:2 though I think. I think its 13:0 from factory. Not sure though
^ excellent pointIf you only have your Z-fi then You will need to hit a performance shop and have them dyno the bike and tune it specifically to your bike. I also suggest removing your snorkel from the airbox before the tune if your running at higher rpms.
AFM is 299
you could prolly get a custom tune for 200.00
but for 100 extra bucks, you'll always be getting peak performance.
you know me well brotherYour gonna be on your throttle full on all the time anyway. (MY gsxr with sprocket conversion and tune is getting 25 now running 93. fn bull) think it needs a new tune.
What are we looking at on the graph? Stock pipe and stock map vs. loud slip on and Bazzaz? The stock pipe that is pictured looks a little extra low on power in the 3-5,000 range compared to many other dyno printouts I have seen.
Bahaaaha. Just ride a wheelie every where you go.you know me well brother
my bike is gear'd already so the MPG thing when out the window (was never really a mpg's fanatic , but when i think about it , i just look at the other vehicles around me)
..soooo, set the afr at like 13.4 , hit start and ride around with lost of roll on's on all gears !?
get back home , hit stop , retrieve and apply !?
BTW- 1 down +5 on 600 is perfect gearing for fun
Well when we tuned the bike we did it a base of 13.0 AFR.
Here is the procedure to tune your bike when using the ZAFM
1: Plug into the software on go into the Self Map Tab
2: Press Start/Exit the Soft ware
3: Ride the bike for a good 20 min. Try to hit every gear
4: Plug back into the Software/Self Map Tab
5: Press Stop
6: Press retrieve
8: Press Apply All
9: Press Clear
10: Repeat in same order
actually sendler , .....on an honest flat !!!You get 97 mph on an honest flat, two way run or as a maximum on a down hill with a tail wind