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post #1 of 6 Old 07-11-2012, 08:03 PM Thread Starter
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MIVV X-Cone Map

I recently got MIVV X-Cones from a member on here and found this on their site...

Exhausts HONDA - CB 900 HORNET - SPORT - Silencers - MIVV

There's a map right on their site, but it says for the European version of the 919.

My question is would this work on a US version 919? Is there a huge difference in the PCMs for US & EURO and such?

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post #2 of 6 Old 07-11-2012, 08:19 PM
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I recently got MIVV X-Cones from a member on here and found this on their site...

Exhausts HONDA - CB 900 HORNET - SPORT - Silencers - MIVV

There's a map right on their site, but it says for the European version of the 919.

My question is would this work on a US version 919? Is there a huge difference in the PCMs for US & EURO and such?

Thanks!
I don't know what the differences and don't think you need to worry about it.
You have a USA bike with slipons, it's that basic.
Try the map, try other maps.
If you want some reassurance, do a map compare of it with the PC software against the many maps floating around via this site.
I think the PCMs are likely the same.
Do a part number comparison to find out for sure.

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PCM model numbers are the same! Good call!

Maybe I'll give it a shot.

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Honda usually gives every unique selling region it's own ECU mapping I would be very surprised to find that they use the same mapping in the US Spec ECU versus the UK Spec ECU, but I suppose it could happen...

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That's true, and loking at the Dyno Jet Commander manual, there's also an extra harness for the European version of the 919, so it is probably different. Oh well, it was worth a shot.

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That's true, and loking at the Dyno Jet Commander manual, there's also an extra harness for the European version of the 919, so it is probably different. Oh well, it was worth a shot.
If the ECUs are the same, then the above does not make sense and is highly suspect.

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