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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 11-07-2012, 10:43 AM Thread Starter
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2011 S1000RR-full akrapovic system,Shorty muffler

Looking for a map, 2011 akra full system with shorty muffler, dyno mapped or Dan Kyle. If someone can also give me Advise me on just disconnecting servo or remove them. and if I should block of the pair valve. Tracking the bike, purchased fairings and exhaust system with PCV. At some point I may put back on the OE exhaust system, along with the stock fairings.

PCV has just stock map from power commander on it.

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If you remove the servos or just disconnect them it's the same fault code in the ECU, nothing shows on the display. You will need pair blockoffs or budget valve disable if you dyno the bike, otherwise not necessary but it will probably burn out the muffler packing faster when it backfires.
Talk to Dan if you want his map, is there something wrong with the ones on Dynojet's site?
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Nothing wrong with Dynojet site, The map is on the PCV, I guess that map will be a Good starting point for a basic map to get the bike dyno'ed. And work from there. Thanks for the Info helped alot.
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There's 4 or 5 maps that you could try for your system on the Dynojet website, just highlight all the ones that you think might work and download them. Of course the ultimate would be a custom dyno tune.
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