I am expecting my PCIII
today and was wondering about this Zero map that I have downloaded from the DJ site. What exactly is that suppossed to do? My guess is for the dyno setup.
Part II: I am sure this will be clear as mud but... since no one seems to have a map for the D&D on a stock 929 I was wondering if anyone has ever built a map by comparing a Cali and Non-Cali map and then applying the differences across the mapping. For example, the Cali bike setup might have an offset of 4 across the RPM map when compared to a non-Cali bike. So if one were to apply the same offset to a non-Cali bike the same hardware, do you think it would work. Basically, I am looking to find a general offset number to apply to the map by comparisons between several identical hardware setups.
There most likely will be an average offset for each RPM range but has anyone done anything like this?
Since it is only a slip on some say that most of the other slip on maps would work fine.
What if I just ran the Cali map on my bike?
I plan on taking a trip to the local dyno center as soon as the funds build back up but I wanted to get some of the other goodies out of the way first.
Another option might be leaving the PCIII
off until I get the funds for the dyno center but I don't want to run the the bike too lean or too rich by the addition of the slip on thus the PCIII
purchase. What to do, what to do.....