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post #1 of 6 Old 03-06-2013, 04:50 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone running Leo Vince cans? Suggested PCIII maps for 919 (UK spec)?

Just won a PCIII USB off Ebay, and I'm looking forward to leaning off the fuelling, and hopefully reducing the Stink! So before it arrives I shall try and find some suitable maps...
Anyone running Leo Vince SBK slip-ons with the PC3? I would appreciate any suggestions as to a good starting point.
I've heard that Sato maps (early big bore I assume?) are a good match.

I'm running the standard filter at the moment, and no baffles; it's running rich (generally), and throttle control is not so smooth at low revs, which is where I spend a lot of time commuting in traffic.

Not sure if the fact it's a UK bike makes any difference to which maps are effective; they seem to specify different ones for EU or US variants on the Power commander/Dynojet site.

Mines a 2003 model; (no cat). Thanks in advance.

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In my opinion, the default map for starting out with with is LDH's Version 4 of his Moriwaki based dyno work.
It's free.
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It is hard to beat.
And synching your PCIII to the TPS is of huge importance.

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Thanks guys; I had already downloaded all your stuff from the dropbox; very useful it is too. I had never before considered the finer points of installing the front axle mcromo, but your missive on the issue makes perfect sense...
Reading a few more reviews on the maps, I think I shall take your advice and try LDH's mw919mori4.map first.
I've got a Hagon 'shock coming from the same guy too. Lots of goodies to play with!

Hornet 900 (919) 2003. Leo Vince SBK cans.
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I had never before considered the finer points of installing the front axle mcromo, but your missive on the issue makes perfect sense...
It never fails to amaze me as to the number of people that only pay attention to front:rear wheel tracking but totally ignore properly setting up their front end, of which axle setup is an element of.

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Had a first go with the PC3 fitted, running LDH's Mori map (mw919mori4), with mixed results. Pick up from 1k probably smoother; but around 2.5k it's really on/off, not smooth at all. But one big plus is the Stink has reduced massively!
Looking at the figures on the PC3 fuel tables, it looks like things are a little sensitive at or around 2.5k revs; from 2 to 2.5K, at 40% throttle, the fueling goes from -4 to +14.
I might try the Sato maps next; I'll work my way through the likely candidates and see if I can figure out the 'compare maps' function to get a feel for which way to go.

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