Thanks Mcromo44. I've tried all the maps in the drop box. All had issues with throttle response and low speed surging. The yoshi map didn't have the on/off throttle and I could use the low setting button on the pc111 to smooth out low speed. I'll keep looking for a delkavic map.
I love my 919. I've never had a exhaust stink problem, but it could be that I just like the smell of my bikes exhaust. My bike has developed a cold start issue. This I get around by holding down start button. I will not remove the pc111. I love how much better the bike is to ride with the pc111.
The Island I live on is basically one big race track. In a year or two I will ferry bike to mainland to get tuned.
I'm probably going to save up and get a set of yoshi tri oval stainless pipes, cause I like the look.
Badmoon has replied and I think he's on to something.
I too think that something else is involved, as what you are describing is a complaint I've never seen before (the mapping, not the cold start).
If you have tried every map, including also those in the mcromo compilation folder, then I don't think you have a map issue, and your button tinkering is masking whatever the underlying problem is.
Badmoon's suggestion to check the TP synching is a good one.
Keep in mind that zero % TP is in association with correct idle speed setting, so check that also.
Your airbox is stock, right?
Aside from the flapper mod that is which should not be a factor.
What are you running for an airfilter?
That being asked as I think the filter has some degree of intake damping effect, so if by chance you're using some foam type filter ala old time Filtron, maybe that's a factor.
Your airbox connection re PAIR has been blocked off and sealed, right?
Chasing gremlins means not discounting anything, I'd be bypassing the PCIII to for sure eliminate it as being causal.
Also assumed is that your throttle cable slack has been minimized, as that can cause fits of jerkiness on its own when trying to walk along in 1st by throttle alone with no clutch slippage.
Properly mapped and engine at normal temp and proper cable slack should let one be able to thread the eye of a needle with nothing but throttle control in 1st gear below 1000 RPM.