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Ecu Editor map sharing?


I have an o8/gen2 Hayabusa with the ecu editor, Bmc race filter, and a full daul Akrapovic exhaust. I've removed the restrictions but have yet to get it dyno tuned.

The bike runs very well as is, and feels much better than stock.

Is there any place here/website that I could check to download a dyno map from from a bike with a similiar setup(full dual Akra,Ti-Force, Brocks, ect).

To run as a base map until I can get mine dyno tuned.

Boostbysmith has a few maps that have been uploaded by users, but nothing that is a full dual system.

Thanks for any help



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Have you read the orginal file yet ?

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I'm sorry, but I don't quite understand your question.

It does not matter to me what I have currently, as I would not attempt to adjust the a/f without the bike on a dyno.

I'm just looking for a dyno map from someone with a similiar setup to use as a base map until I can have mine dyno tuned.

I wanted to know if there is anywhere on the web that hosts map sharing.

Thanks



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I am not really sure but i think some guys have found out a formula for recalculating, PC and/or Bazzaz maps.
Might be for different ecu also but try a search on the forum.

No Wideband logger? Dyno it on the street for now?

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Nah, the Busa has a narrowband O2 sensor stock. For the price of a wideband setup I can get it dyno tuned with ecu editor.

I've never been impressed with power commander base maps either.

Power commander can also only control 4 injectors too and the Busa has 8.

I'm going to get a tune in a few months, just looking around in the meantime. Thanks



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 Wideband is better but, the narrowband works very well for N/A engines. It is well worth the time to ride and tune. In some ways it will tell you more than the dyno can unless you get really cheap dyno HOURS.



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