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Re: Devil HM SB2 929 not 945

I know this has come up in a few threads before but there was some confussion as to which model was being referenced. I appologize to you guys that are sick of hearing about the Devil exhaust.

For you guys that have the Devil HM which map are you running. I used the Muzzy map that was mentioned in the other thread. The power was there but the valves seemed to get real noisy when on throttle. Right now I'm using the Arrow slip-on (m104-005). Runs smooth but seems to be a little sluggish.

Any suggestions? I don't really feel all that confident with messing with the settings, nor do I know what to change. Example what should the % changes be at? See I don't know these things and there is no dealer close by to do a custom map.
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Re: Devil HM SB2 929 not 945

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Somebody help...Please
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Re: Devil HM SB2 929 not 945

I'm using the Mori 1/2 system map recommended by Flasher and loaded by Dan Kyle's shop.

I haven't messed around with different maps for my Devil SB2 system, Mori 1/2 works pretty well. Hope that helps.
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Re: Devil HM SB2 929 not 945

still using the Moriwaki map. very happy with it.

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Re: Devil HM SB2 929 not 945

no map...all stock with the SB2 half system. Never really needed one....

I think a few people were going to pool the $$ together and get a custom map made, but it never happened.

"But you can take my word for it, your mother had it coming. When you grow up, if you still feel raw about it, I'll be waiting."

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Re: Devil HM SB2 929 not 945

When i put my devil 3/4 on i used the mori map too, i was totally happy with it..... Then i tried the muzzy's slip on map and it was much better!!! You should all try it. Be advised that you will get some pop from the exhaust during coast down. But the pair valve mod will completely clear it up!
Nothing can touch a custom map job though. I'm gonna have mine done soon and i will be glad to share!
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