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post #1 of 5 Old 02-28-2007, 09:02 AM Thread Starter
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2006 Yamadog FZ6 Help Please!

I have searched with no luck. A friend of mine has a 06 FZ6, Power Comander and a Akrapovic slippy. Cant' find a (correct) map! Grassyass! BR

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The best I could come up with was the listing on the DynaJet site: Try a few different maps, you might get lucky.

http://www.powercommander.com/410-411.aspx

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I have searched with no luck. A friend of mine has a 06 FZ6, Power Comander and a Akrapovic slippy. Cant' find a (correct) map! Grassyass! BR
Contact this guy..

http://www.ivansperformanceproducts.com/

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Thanks guys! Spoke with both of them. No go. We will go ahead and load the Scorpion map and tweek it. Worth a try..Thanks again.

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Best bet is to get dyno tuned. I had my r6 done last year the thing runs so much stronger it almost felt like a new bike. The biggest thing with dyno tuning is the A/F ratio can be maximized while running through the gears.

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