Power Commander Map File Names can be misleading
If for whatever reason you want to review your PC map, keep in mind that the map name alone means nothing.
I have just completed doing a map review for rickard.
The map we pulled out was file named and notated as being Mike Wheeler's version 3 dyno derived map circa 2002 for a stock 919.
I mean complete with his added Notes also appearing.
BUT the actual map inputs were anything but.
It turned out that someone had later gone in and significantly altered the map to be exactly the same as the out of the box Power Commander M112-001 map. No notes were ever added, no new map file number or name were created.
So, if the origins of your map are not well known, be very careful not to draw conclusions about what different kind of map to try based on your assessment of how your bike is running, without first making real sure what the actual map inputs are of the map you presently have. Are the inputs really the same as the map writer originally created ? You need to know, otherwise you are flying half blind.
It's best to always do a map comparison based on the map inputs, and not just rely on map file numbers in terms of determining what is in fact loaded into your PC.