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I was looking for the map for my bike, since I just switched the pipes from Two Bros to Jardines(2:2), and I don't see any maps for the pipes on the dynojet website. Which map should I use?
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Which power commander are you using?
There may be others with the configuration you have that could upload their maps to you.
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just go to the PC website, you could d/l them there

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I have a 2003 RC51, PCIIIr, flapper mod, pair mod, and Jardine RT-One Dual slip-on, and I run stock gearing.

And, erbgottie, I went there trying to find it in the first place, it seems they have every other brand of exhaust except Jardine.

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Try using a map from a system that is similar to the one you have...slip on stock filter Micron or Harris etc....until you have your own done, you may have to use one of these or just load up the stock one.



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i have a map from dan kyle for my sato high mounts if you'd like to try it. I'm using the PCIIIr as well, just letting you know

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The Yoshimura slip-ons may be similar to Jardine 2-2 system.
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RC51.org has some listed too.



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Of course the best way is to put the bike on the dyno and develop a map for that bike, but I understand trying to save money also.

At least a shop in my area only charges full price for the initial map, then only 1/2 price for future re-maps.
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Of course the best way is to put the bike on the dyno and develop a map for that bike, but I understand trying to save money also.

At least a shop in my area only charges full price for the initial map, then only 1/2 price for future re-maps.
What is their normal charge Sub??? We have a private shop close to here however I have heard that they start at $500.00 and go up. The shop specialize in drag bikes.

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