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Fuel mapping with Tyga exhaust

After a 3 year hiatus I picked up a 2001 RC51 with a Tyga exhaust. I am not sure I like it as my last RC51 had an Arata Titanium system which was sweat. This bike does not have a Power Commander so I need to sort that out.

I cannot find much information on the Tyga mufflers let alone a PC map. I took a look on the PC website and they only suggest the PCV. What is the recommended way to map out the exhaust. is my best bet to get a PCV with the autotune or get a PCv or PC3 and get the bike on a dyno?
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You can dyno map a pcv without autotune like a pciii. The autotune offers the most adjustability. PCV is improved but pciii is still good and come up for sale at used prices. It's a personal choice. YMMV. GL.

A few of us have the autotune and will be posting our experience with it.
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I read your post last night with the Autotune. Nice job recording the journey. It sounds like everyone is in the testing stage with the Autotune. I am just riding on the road so I don't need optimum performance. I will probably go the dyno route
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