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Old April 18th @ 06:34 am   #21
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From: Las Vegas

Motorcycle: CBR 1000rr/600f4i
How much does it cost to get a custom map...I have no idea since nobody around here does it.

 
 
Old April 18th @ 07:49 am   #22
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From: Pax River, Maryland

Motorcycle: F-35
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Originally Posted by RisingPhoenix
How much does it cost to get a custom map...I have no idea since nobody around here does it.
I guess when you bring your corn-fed, field plowing hick ass out of the sticks and to a real city you'll know
 
 
Old April 18th @ 08:10 am   #23
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Originally Posted by RisingPhoenix
How much does it cost to get a custom map...I have no idea since nobody around here does it.
Dustin (and I think some of the other guys) at Dynojet do them after-hours for $100.
 
 
Old April 18th @ 08:26 am   #24
 
Thanks for the compliments everyone. For the custom maps, is that a map of a bike that they don't have mapped or an exhaust that they don't have mapped?
 
 
Old April 18th @ 09:01 am   #25
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Originally Posted by spiderz
Thanks for the compliments everyone.* ** For the custom maps, is that a map of a bike that they don't have mapped or an exhaust that they don't have mapped?
It's the slip-on itself that they don't have a map for. Really, I'm not sure how much difference there is from one slilp-on to another....?
 
 
Old April 18th @ 09:23 am   #26
 
So can they make a custom map for the slip-on that I buy if they don't have it mapped??
 
 
Old April 18th @ 10:01 am   #27
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Originally Posted by spiderz
So can they make a custom map for the slip-on that I buy if they don't have it mapped??* *
Yup, definitely. If you're going to make any other performance-altering mods like a new air filter, you should wait until you're all done before mapping, since they'll probably make a slight difference.
 
 
Old April 18th @ 10:08 am   #28
 
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Originally Posted by BrightAngel
Yup, definitely.* If you're going to make any other performance-altering mods like a new air filter, you should wait until you're all done before mapping, since they'll probably make a slight difference.
Sweet, thanks!!
 
 
Old April 18th @ 04:57 pm   #29
 
Slip-ons are different in their own way. You can get a custom map for any combination of any mods you have if it changes something with how much air goes into and out of the engine and how much fuel is being dumped into the engine. Definitely worth it to wait if you have say a slip on now, and later you plan on getting an aftermarket air filter. The air filter will change everything and your custom map will be screwed. A downloaded map is kind of like a "don't want to pay for custom map" map. With a custom, an actual tuner guy will dyno your bike, see where it needs changes, and change specific areas accordingly. I did it on mine and it was worth it.
 
 
Old April 19th @ 06:19 am   #30
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Originally Posted by LVR6owner
A downloaded map is kind of like a "don't want to pay for custom map" map.
Hey, don't be knockin us cheep peeps.
 
 

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