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we need a place to stockpile maps for sharing.

I feel like there are sooo many people on here with pc3's that we should create some sort of way to make our maps accessible to others in one location. Any ideas?

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Apart from hosting them on a webpage where an admin has to manage them, let's just get Dropbox.

It's 2gb online storage for free, we share out one folder between the lot of us, and put all our maps in there. If I put a map in there, it shows up one EVERYONE's computer running dropbox, in that very same folder, in seconds. Really, Really cool.


Here's my collection of maps: Dropbox - PC3 maps

Plus, anything you put in the folder is automatically synchronized to any other computer you have dropbox on, or with other people that you share with (only the shared folders synchronize to others, you can still keep the rest of your content secure). Bigdaa, we don't want your kitty porn stash.

Oh, and any folders of pictures you put under the Photos folder can be shared like an online album, like pics of my bike here: Dropbox - Photos - 919 with 900rr header

It's actually a really cool utility. Osiris' and I use it to share photos back and forth and we have a copy of the service manual in there as well.

Check it out. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ra9j3gn4c...qU3ZOL4JuwuBKa

Oh, and you can get more than 2gb by referring people as well, like I've done in the link above... You don't have to refer people, but it's nice to get a little more space for free. So feel free to sign up.

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Apart from hosting them on a webpage where an admin has to manage them, let's just get Dropbox.

It's 2gb online storage for free, we share out one folder between the lot of us, and put all our maps in there.


Here's my collection: Dropbox - PC3 maps.zip - Simplify your life

Plus, anything you put in the folder is automatically synchronized to any other computer you have dropbox on, or with other people that you share with (only the shared folders synchronize to others, you can still keep the rest of your content secure). Bigdaa, we don't want your kitty porn stash.

Oh, and any folders of pictures you put under the Photos folder can be shared like an online album, like pics of my bike here: Dropbox - Photos - Simplify your life

It's actually a really cool utility. Osiris' and I use it to share photos back and forth and we have a copy of the service manual in there as well.

Check it out. http://db.tt/sMkYohM

Oh, and you can get more than 2gb by referring people as well, like I've done in the link above... You don't have to refer people, but it's nice to get a little more space for free. So feel free to sign up.
Would my info bundle be worthy of adding to this ?
It would save me sending it out on a per request basis, and I do get requests for it.
It's not book perfect but there is a fair bit of decent content in it.
People could then get it instantly whenever they want it IF they want it.

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Heck yeah, everything and anything that is a file should be in there.

Seriously, for 2gb for free, we could put a LOT of stuff in there.

Granted, anything put in the shared folder takes up the same amount of space of the other users, so if I put 40mb of files in there, I just took up 40mb of files for anyone else out there as well that is linked to the same shared folder.

But still, it's seriously worth it.

Somebody get dropbox installed on their pc and I'll send them a shareable folder, you'll know what I mean when you play with it. It's really cool.

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Somebody get dropbox installed on their pc and I'll send them a shareable folder, you'll know what I mean when you play with it. It's really cool.
I am going to try doing the dropbox download install to my laptop.
When I have it done, I'll get back to you.

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Ok im excited about this. I will get this dropbox thing aswell.

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i love dropbox. im in!

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Apart from hosting them on a webpage where an admin has to manage them, let's just get Dropbox.
OK, I am now set up with a drop box account under my own name.
I have no clue how to get my stuff from me to the map drop box you intend.
Can you please steer me along ?
No doubt others will need similar help.
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anybody that has dropbox installed, just send me your email address in a pm and I'll send you an invite. That would be the email address you used to sign up to Dropbox, not just whichever one you use. Has to be the dropbox one, as that's your username.

Once it's sent, all you have to do is log in to Dropbox.com and it will ask you if you accept the invitation to share the same folder. That's it!

Then we can start throwing files in there back and forth. Dropbox even keeps a 30 day version history, so if someone accidentally deletes something we can go back and retrieve it up to 30 days.

For those reading the thread that just want to see and download what's in the folder, here you go:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ra9j3gn4c...qU3ZOL4JuwuBKa

NOTE: You won't be able to put anything in there until you get an account.

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Just email the maps with the description and I will put them on a special page on 919.org

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Just email the maps with the description and I will put them on a special page on 919.org

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LDH, Do you just want the maps and nothing but maps, or, are you also open to comments documents as well ?
I respect the fact that 919.org is you and yours, and you may legitimately want to just stick to "absolute facts" and data files like maps, and not have your site diluted by the opinions and comments of others.
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I'll have to think about that for a bit... I like the idea about getting feedback from others and presenting it for all to see, but opinions are only as good as the reviewer and we have all seen examples of really poor reviews from inexperienced riders.

What I would not want to do is present conflicting information about a map that would serve to do nothing, but convolute the answers that others are trying to obtain by reading the review. I also do not want to be put into a position where I am responsible for censoring other peoples reviews especially when I myself lack the personal experience with the specific maps they are reviewing.

I guess it would be best to just put the maps out there, available for anyone to use at their own risk etc.

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I'll have to think about that for a bit... I like the idea about getting feedback from others and presenting it for all to see, but opinions are only as good as the reviewer and we have all seen examples of really poor reviews from inexperienced riders.

What I would not want to do is present conflicting information about a map that would serve to do nothing, but convolute the answers that others are trying to obtain by reading the review. I also do not want to be put into a position where I am responsible for censoring other peoples reviews especially when I myself lack the personal experience with the specific maps they are reviewing.

I guess it would be best to just put the maps out there, available for anyone to use at their own risk etc.
If needed, we can create a Word file or something in the maps folder on Dropbox, and people can write their 'reviews' of the maps in there. Just a thought. Not as nice as a thread or forum, but it works.

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ok, im on dropbox now , pm sent to g00gl3it with my email address.

LDH - i think posting maps on your website is also a good idea. all maps would then be available to anyone in the world. i feel like you could get them from the dropbox as needed and upload to your site. btw, in another thread you said 12.5 was too rich for a 919 but you never said what it should be. any info on that?

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I'll have to think about that for a bit... I like the idea about getting feedback from others and presenting it for all to see, but opinions are only as good as the reviewer and we have all seen examples of really poor reviews from inexperienced riders.

What I would not want to do is present conflicting information about a map that would serve to do nothing, but convolute the answers that others are trying to obtain by reading the review. I also do not want to be put into a position where I am responsible for censoring other peoples reviews especially when I myself lack the personal experience with the specific maps they are reviewing.

I guess it would be best to just put the maps out there, available for anyone to use at their own risk etc.

I think that is a wise approach.
Maps and maps only to 919.org
Editorial content into the drop box.
Besides, you don't have enough time as it is, let alone getting sucked into any vetting or refereeing.
Besides, the map files allow a notes section where one can put some brief anecdotal notes, things like their bike/filter/exhaust/altitude being normally ridden at/grade fuel used and altitude at which the map was done.
(I distinctly remember you telling me that the MAP sensor based ECU corrections are wonky by the time you are 4000 ft away in terms of normal riding zone vs dynoing altitude. So, the Denver crowd in particular needs to be careful, seeing as they start at 5500 and can easily be cracking over 12,000 ft.)
Anything else you want to add ?

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my ixil hyperlow map is uploaded to the dropbox. i sent 2 versions, the first is 15/1 idle, 13/1 spread, and 12.5/1 wide open. the "-1" version has all pc3 values dropped 1 point to lean it out a touch. these maps have not been dyno tuned , but have been tested for a/f via wideband gauge under all types of riding conditions. enjoy

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anybody that has dropbox installed, just send me your email address in a pm and I'll send you an invite. That would be the email address you used to sign up to Dropbox, not just whichever one you use. Has to be the dropbox one, as that's your username.

Once it's sent, all you have to do is log in to Dropbox.com and it will ask you if you accept the invitation to share the same folder. That's it!

Then we can start throwing files in there back and forth. Dropbox even keeps a 30 day version history, so if someone accidentally deletes something we can go back and retrieve it up to 30 days.

For those reading the thread that just want to see and download what's in the folder, here you go:

Dropbox - WT_Shared - Simplify your life

NOTE: You won't be able to put anything in there until you get an account.
Googl3it... you are already maxed out on your referral credits... let them sign up under my account instead.

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I've not looked at it, but what stops a malicious user from uploading an infected file to the dropbox for others to stumble upon?

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I've not looked at it, but what stops a malicious user from uploading an infected file to the dropbox for others to stumble upon?
The shared folder would be limited to those that are invited to it... so as long as we trust each other here, that should never be a problem.

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I've not looked at it, but what stops a malicious user from uploading an infected file to the dropbox for others to stumble upon?
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The shared folder would be limited to those that are invited to it... so as long as we trust each other here, that should never be a problem.
My antivirus on the 8 or so machines I have connected to this folder would nab it in a heartbeat. It's happened before and have had no ill of it.

They also have 256bit AES encryption for those worried.

For those that uploaded files, thanks! I did a little re-organizing in there (I put everything under the 919 folder, as there may be other stuff put in there for different bikes; we can't be selfish).

And Osiris, if you want referrals, post your referral link. I'm not using my own account for referrals anyways, am using a different account that need the referrals.

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Hmm, where's Steve?
Super Sneaky Steve? or some other Steve?

...and what's the reference?

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If anybody needs a dropbox account, use this link...
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It gives me 250mb added to my account for every referral I get.

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I've not looked at it, but what stops a malicious user from uploading an infected file to the dropbox for others to stumble upon?
I was wondering about the same thing................................

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I just added some stuff to the drop box.
And I also found that my Ben W map was already in the drop box, so did not put that in.

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anybody that has dropbox installed, just send me your email address in a pm and I'll send you an invite. That would be the email address you used to sign up to Dropbox, not just whichever one you use. Has to be the dropbox one, as that's your username.

Once it's sent, all you have to do is log in to Dropbox.com and it will ask you if you accept the invitation to share the same folder. That's it!

Then we can start throwing files in there back and forth. Dropbox even keeps a 30 day version history, so if someone accidentally deletes something we can go back and retrieve it up to 30 days.

For those reading the thread that just want to see and download what's in the folder, here you go:

Dropbox - WT_Shared - Simplify your life

NOTE: You won't be able to put anything in there until you get an account.
Thanks for your efforts for setting this up.
We need to be careful of open files like word and xl.
PDFs are safer.
But things like the gearing and shift point xl calculators need to stay in xl in order to be useable.

Thanks also to LDH re being open to add map files to 919.org

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PDFs are safer.
Don't be too sure

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Oh & I've only got one map sent to me so far... Would be nice to get a few of them so I can justify the time it takes to set up the new page etc and get it all done at once

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Thanks for setting this up g00gl3it and LDH.

I still haven't see a specific Yoshi map. Hasn't anyone made one yet? Is the Moriwaki one the one to use?

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Oh & I've only got one map sent to me so far... Would be nice to get a few of them so I can justify the time it takes to set up the new page etc and get it all done at once
...using our already created folder in Dropbox, here is a link to a zip file of all our maps.

Don't worry. It's STD free ;-)

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Thanks for setting this up g00gl3it and LDH.

I still haven't see a specific Yoshi map. Hasn't anyone made one yet? Is the Moriwaki one the one to use?
Ask g00gl3it for an invite to the drop box.
Go through the folders and you'll see one with McRomo as part of the folder name.
Inside that is the Yosh based Ben W map, which was developed from the LDH Moriwaki v4 map, which is also in there too. LDH did his dyno work at sea level. The two maps are close, I'd try them both, noting the Yosh map work was done at 3500 ft altitude. The Honda ECU's MAP sensor is only so good, as in only so accurate. LDH told me in the past that the accuracy range is no more than 4,000 ft, so it would not surprise me if his Mori v4 map works better at low altitudes for Yosh slip ons.

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Ask g00gl3it for an invite to the drop box.
Go through the folders and you'll see one with McRomo as part of the folder name.
Inside that is the Yosh based Ben W map, which was developed from the LDH Moriwaki v4 map, which is also in there too. LDH did his dyno work at sea level. The two maps are close, I'd try them both, noting the Yosh map work was done at 3500 ft altitude. The Honda ECU's MAP sensor is only so good, as in only so accurate. LDH told me in the past that the accuracy range is no more than 4,000 ft, so it would not surprise me if his Mori v4 map works better at low altitudes for Yosh slip ons.
Thanks McRomo,

I found the maps in a Wrist Twisters Sandy folder. I'm at sea level, so I'll try the Mori map first.

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or try the 919_erion map i had made recently, done with erion pipes and wrapped headers/exhaust.

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Not sure which maps you guys have, but there are a few maps on the Powercommander 919 page:
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Hi, 1st new post here... im from singapore, riding a 919 as well... juz read on this dropbox and find it cool to share stuffs... ive registered 1 so do invite me.. [email protected]... thanx guys !!

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Oh & I've only got one map sent to me so far... Would be nice to get a few of them so I can justify the time it takes to set up the new page etc and get it all done at once
How many maps have you received at this point in time ?

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post #37 of 59 Old 05-31-2011, 08:10 PM
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...using our already created folder in Dropbox, here is a link to a zip file of all our maps.

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What has the activity been for the last while ?
Are you getting a fair number of requests to be able to deposit or take ?

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How many maps have you received at this point in time ?

Just yours... This is why I don't go to much effort when it comes to 919 guys anymore. Most seem to have a tendency to overcomplicate things to the point that it no longer makes sense to work on the task at hand or they don't follow through on the simplest things.

I tell you what though if we were compiling pictures of aftermarket clocks and how they fit on the handlebars you couldn't buy enough web space to hold all the damn pictures they would send in...

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Just yours... This is why I don't go to much effort when it comes to 919 guys anymore. Most seem to have a tendency to overcomplicate things to the point that it no longer makes sense to work on the task at hand or they don't follow through on the simplest things.

I tell you what though if we were compiling pictures of aftermarket clocks and how they fit on the handlebars you couldn't buy enough web space to hold all the damn pictures they would send in...
I think they are just choosing to use the dropbox idea. I sent over googl3it's zip file from dropbox. It has a ton of maps. As soon as I can get mine, I will add it as well.

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Just yours... This is why I don't go to much effort when it comes to 919 guys anymore. Most seem to have a tendency to overcomplicate things to the point that it no longer makes sense to work on the task at hand or they don't follow through on the simplest things.

I tell you what though if we were compiling pictures of aftermarket clocks and how they fit on the handlebars you couldn't buy enough web space to hold all the damn pictures they would send in...
It's about time someone offered to do that


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