Some dude's statements posted.
Originally Posted by XXXXX
To hairball919: I'm not sure what exactly DynoJet did for you, but I can tell you with solid confidence that they did not "map your bike remotely". More likely the operator asked you to poinpoint the areas of the map that were having trouble (approximate rpm range and throttle position) and then looked for cells in that area that seemed incorrect according to his experience. For example, numbers should increase or decrease in a smooth pattern over a range of cells - if there was a sudden jump, or the numbers seemed excessively high or low, he would be able to judge that they were probably incorrect and would help you get them closer to what they should be. However it is important to note that this is NOT a "custom map" - it's simply a dude who knows what a good map in general should look like, and who's helping you fix any glaring errors in the one on your bike.
And to XYZguy: For what it's worth, if the exhaust you bought is a slip-on only and not a full system, you do NOT need to re-map your bike! A slip-on exhaust changes almost NOTHING in terms of exhaust flow - meaning it will change almost nothing in terms of how much fuel your bike needs. You may benefit from a custom mapping (custom as in paying someone to tune your bike on a dyno) anyway just due to the stock engine and map in the ECU, but it is not until you install a full exhaust system that you need to remap for the exhaust.
(Even if I'm totally wrong, that guy certainly CAN'T be right!)
Dude, where you coming up with your off-the-wall theories? For one thing, when I have DynoJet access my computer and I sit and watch my cursor move around on the screen and numbers start to change, then the MAP is SAVED ON MY COMPUTER, and has totally different settings than ANY map in the DynoJet files, THEY DID MAP IT REMOTELY, and IT IS A CUSTOM MAP! FYI, "remotely" means from another location, done electronically over a phone line or computer. So, they DID map it remotely! And a "Custom Map" is ANY map that is not a normal map sold by DynoJet, or listed in any of their map files, and programmed specifically for my bike. Man, I sat there and watched it happen, and while it was running and numbers were changing I could hear the bike start to run differently and even smelled it running a bit richer at idle. Man, you should be embarassed to make such statement! You're totally WRONG in all your assumptions and insinuations. You may wanna google the words "remotely" and "custom", or look them up in your dictionary. Oh, and I better tell the guy in Seattle who I shared this map with that it did NOT make a difference in the way his bike ran, he's a liar! Oh, I am too, because it made a huge difference on mine also!
Secondly, who the hell told you that slip-ons do NOTHING to a bike? Than why the are they even sold? For looks? Oh, I see. Then I'll certainly have to call DynoJet and ask them why they have so many maps designed for SLIP-ONS and only a few for Full Systems (but only 2 for stock (zero map and 001). They make no difference in exhaust flow?!?! Dude, whatever you're smokin' I think you need to share with the rest of us! Hey, you should call DynoJet (AND Two Brothers, for which so many maps are made for) and tell them there is NO NEED TO MAKE MAPS or change the bike's setting just for slip-ons! See how fast they either hang up on you or refer you to your local mental health professional. Hell, with your theory, all the slip-on manufacturers (who, by the way, outnumber the full-system makers by far!) are going to now go out of business because everyone is going to point out your post and prove to them that their multi-billion dollar industry is a waste of time and money because nothing is being gained by their products. Remind them that they should fire ALL their designers and engineers who come up with the slip-ons they sell to people all over the world because they "do almost nothing in terms of exhaust flow".
You couldn't be more wrong on 2 out of 3 of your statements! I'd be so embarassed to post stuff like this on ANY forum. Man, I'm gonna think about those to statements for years to come! They'll be the talk of all my underwater basket weaving parties. Oh, and I hope you don't mind, I wanted to share your claims/statements/theories/fantasies with some folks in a couple other forums. They love humor.
Now don't be a hater. Don't slam the hell out of me for proving you wrong twice in one post. I'm just so shocked that you would even post this stuff. Had you worded things differently, you may have not looked so foolish (yet you would still be wrong). I just wanted to state MY OPINIONS AND THEORIES like you did. I'm not meaning to sound like an ass hole even if I am. So if we ever meet up to ride, don't stab me or knock my bike over or anything. Forums are full of opionions and even more full of people who disagree with other people. But we need not hate our fellow forum-ites. We must all love one another and get along! (Ask Rodney King? All he REALLY did was tell the cops that DynoJet doesn't remotely map bikes and that slip-ons don't change flow, and look what they did to him!)
Okay, your turn, post a bunch of negative crap about me, or your opinion. But before you do, why not copy your post into a new thread for everyone to read! I'm sure we could all use a few more laughs for our Sunday if our newspaper hasn't arrived and we have no comics to read.