I'll agree with James to just use what you have, but for a little more in-depth answer, both a current map or zero map will work just fine. The zero map might take a bit longer to build up however from my experience, a zero to basic map can be built fairly quickly from short rides of 20 min. This is assuming you have the trims set to adjust by +20% -20%.
The current map will become drastically different after you adjust a few trims and this is why I say it doesn't really matter. Either way you're basically building it from scratch.
One piece of advice that many will scoff at, is to set your 0% to 14.2 - 14.7. I personally recommend closer to 14.2. It will help big time with smooth rollons. Below 2500 might go super rich though so keep an eye on those cells and set the afr to 0 if it keeps dumping fuel. Above 2500 the bike has enough exhaust flow so you should be good. Like I said, it isn't a common piece of advice, take it with a grain of salt, disclaimers blah blah blah but I can say from experience it did wonders for my bike.