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Power commander question..

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    Lifer
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    Power commander question..


    I've attached a piece of my map..

    I have a rough spot at 3000rpm in this range, somewhere around 10% throttle. I encounter this *sometimes* when riding slow in the city or traffic.

    Basically the bike seems to increase & decrease the revs by itself in this area. This is the same thing it did in a much larger area before installing the PC3..

    I have sent email to dynojet about this but I thought I'd ask here too since some of you have some experience with this...

    Looking at the map can you recommend any small changes to try? Before looking at the map I was assuming it was a lean spot but now I see how much fuel they are already putting in there, and it makes me wonder if instead I should lean the 3000rpm/10% cell by a little bit.

    Ben

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    Lifer
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    Power commander question..

    Dynojet said first thing to try would be to zero out the map in that area... didn't want to do that but I figured I'd try leaning it.

    I ended up lowering it a few points in the area around 3000rpm/10% throttle.

    It seemed to make it worse, time to try richening it.

    Ben

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    Lifer bbhzx10's Avatar
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    Power commander question..

    Take it to dracut Alternator and starter and let Eric tune it for you. He knows how to tune a bike!

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    Lifer
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    Power commander question..

    Made a slight change in the opposite direction this morning and it appears to be fixed.

    It's definitely "good enough" now.

    Ben

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