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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-22-2012, 06:59 PM Thread Starter
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LOOKING FOR 2003 two brothers fuel map or similar

I have a 2003, just came from lady birds to a CF two brothers system and the nearest dyno tune is 3 hours away. Im trying to get a solid tune before i ride it somewhere and have it tuned on a dyno. Any help is appreciated, but i know its way off since the lady birds were GP cans and had little to no resonators/back pressure. Thanks!


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also it has


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I have low mounts Two Bros M5 slip ons.
My RC is an SP1 with SP2's TBs, ECU, disconnected vacuum tube from flapper (flapper still on the bike but always open), soft rev mod, SP1 OEM header pipes on and a PC III USB.
I have tried a lot of maps, not on the dyno, but on test rides and I finally found that the Moriwaki map on Dynojet's website is the optimum one for me.
I am not saying is the perfect one but is the closest one to what the engine asks and far better than the rest of the maps.
Spark plugs are brownish in the center, no popping on throttle closing and no hesitation on throttle opening from totally closed.
You should try the map out and see for yourself.
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Seriously, have you ever thought to look at the power commander website for the map?
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Seriously, have you ever thought to look at the power commander website for the map?


Please do not take offense to this, while i have checked the website and already downloaded the MAP, my goal here wasn't to get a free lazy answer, it was to see if anyone else has also had a map done perhaps on a dyno, or as previously responded by Makis, found something that they really liked and worked for them.

I probably should have mentioned that in my initial post. Additionally for anyone who may be searching for the same information down the road the link to the two brothers racing slip ons with stock air filter is below. I will be providing more information once i get my new plugs in and install the MAP. Thanks.


http://www.powercommander.com/powerc...ap_lookup.aspx

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Yes, being specific helps. You will then get what you are looking for. And people will know what you actually want.

I was actually the first one to provide a TB map (indirectly).

It turns out you want to see what TB maps are available other than the one on the PCIII site. Or what others are using.

I'd prefer to use maps made for the exhaust, unless you have lots of time to ride, evaluate and check plugs in using other maps. Also I would prefer a matching exhaust map over a matching minor mod map (eg PC TB map > erion flapper soft rev mod map). Especially if its an interim map until you get a custom done.

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