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Old 05-10-2014, 10:26 AM
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i just got done doing an overhaul on my f4i, plugs, filter programmer etc. i have a ixil exhaust not one readily available for a map download from powercommander lol. so i emailed them and they told me the closest thing would be the jardine rt-1 map. i am currently running that map but i have lost some low and midrange. "gained some serious top end tho". i was looking at the map and through the rev-range, its pulling what seems to me quite a bit of fuel out of the motor during that portion. for the jardine exhaust im sure its correct but mine not so much. do you guys think that i sould just put a little more fuel back into my bike throughout that range and if so how much? i thouht about starting with just going by increments of 2 on everything and use that for a starting point.
 
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Old 05-10-2014, 05:57 PM
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i say go for it, let us know your resaults.
 
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Old 05-12-2014, 10:35 AM
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Well added the fuel through the rev range and it helped, less popping on decel and gained some of the midrange back. Still could use a litte more tuning but idk if I'll mess with it lol... Lesson learned is buy an exhaust that has maps available lol
 
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