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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-14-2006, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
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need a MAP download...

anyone have, or know where i can get a PCIII MAP for an '06 warrior, w/ BUB jug huggers, w/stock air filter? otherwise i guess i'll have it dyno tuned...

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-15-2006, 04:09 AM
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did you check rswarrior.com in the map section?
any of the short pipe maps will get you close
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yeah, been there...i was going to use the MAP for the BUB chambermaids...they don't look too much different from what i've got...

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Yep, that would do... once you start doing other things to the engine then get it custom mapped.. otherwise those maps will do just fine.

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Like Crumbtray said.....

but if you really want a custom map I just had my Warrior done at WIN Racing. Check out my thread in open forum.
*edit* just learned sensitivity of posting about vendors that are nonsponsors of this site. Pls be aware going to nonsponsors is bad for this site.

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well, the BUB pipes didn't fit worth a f*ck, so i exchanged them for the vance & hines power shots...after putting them on, i installed my PCIII & downloaded a map from their website...rides out pretty good, but i'll still get a custom MAP for it i think...mdfdbusa, i appreciate the info for WIN Racing, but i have MD Racing do my tuning...

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Directly from powercommanders website... I am not trying to discourage you, but to save you a couple hundred bucks....

Well then, when is a custom map required? Custom maps can help achieve closer to 100% optimization on any
bike, but is that really necessary ? Generally no. A bike may be 60-70% optimized in standard form. With the
Power Commander and an available map from our database the bike may be 90-95% optimized. This constitutes
a huge gain in performance. Is it crucial to have the last 5-10% of optimization? It depends on what your goal is. If
every last bit of power is necessary then it can be. If what you want is a bike that runs considerably better than
standard without any additional adjustment then it is not. The point at which a custom map is really a necessity is
when the engine and or exhaust are heavily modified. When a bike has special cams, ported heads, and or a “one
off” exhaust system a custom map is the only way to fuel curve match the engine requirements.

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I've got BUB chambermaids on mine with Power Commander. I think he just used a standard PC iii map and 'fine tuned' it. Pretty close, but sometimes dies at idle. I'm not big on the looks of these pipes so I'm checking with BUB to see what options are available to change the looks on these things. I don't ride enough to warrant new pipes though.

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I can help you with the idle, that is easy, just adjust the thumb screw when it is hot, and then hook it up to the PC and make sure that the throttle is zeroed and 100% checked....
Done and done...

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Yup...

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I can help you with the idle, that is easy, just adjust the thumb screw when it is hot, and then hook it up to the PC and make sure that the throttle is zeroed and 100% checked....
Done and done...
I would trust Crumb w/ my Warrior.........

We referenced the TPS% and adjusted the idle. Also, if you have a PCIII installed, make sure it is done the "Perfect" way by connecting digital ground between the PCIII and ECU.
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Thanks for the compliment on my skills Tom....

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Directly from powercommanders website...
good read, but i guess the only reason for wanting a dyno tune is that i get a backfire every so often...not all the time, but.......is this common with adding pipes to a v-twin? will tuning get rid of it? forgive my ignorance, lol...i realize that all bikes are different, and that a MAP that works for one bike, may not work for another with the same mods...even break-in will effect how a bike's engine will run to an extent...i'm just a worried that the MAP i used might not be enough...the MAP is for the configuration i'm running...do you have some fine tuning secrets?

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Also, if you have a PCIII installed, make sure it is done the "Perfect" way by connecting digital ground between the PCIII and ECU.
Huh, whats the "perfect way"? Is that only for cruisers or all bikes. Please explain, parts needed, method, steps.

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