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Are the IAP, ETV and Fuel trim maps from the Gen5 Race ECU very different to the stock maps? Could someone kindly mail them across as an excel file to concentration2525@gmail.com

I am currently running the 'Daemon tool' map applied via Map share. It says fuel tables are from the race ECU. However, the IAP and fuel trim tables are stock. The bike has a lag and snatchy on off throttle response at low end.

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That's not really how it all works unless something has changed. The maps are locked to a specific account where they are created. Unless they are uploaded to the map share, you will not be able to open anything emailed to you and use it. Someone would have to provide you with the data out of each individual map and then you could hand edit them into yours if you felt the need. But getting something emailed to you will be useless.

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Are the IAP, ETV and Fuel trim maps from the Gen5 Race ECU very different to the stock maps? Could someone kindly mail them across as an excel file to concentration2525@gmail.com

I am currently running the 'Daemon tool' map applied via Map share. It says fuel tables are from the race ECU. However, the IAP and fuel trim tables are stock. The bike has a lag and snatchy on off throttle response at low end.

Thank you.
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That's not really how it all works unless something has changed. The maps are locked to a specific account where they are created. Unless they are uploaded to the map share, you will not be able to open anything emailed to you and use it. Someone would have to provide you with the data out of each individual map and then you could hand edit them into yours if you felt the need. But getting something emailed to you will be useless.
Yes, the map I referred to is uploaded on mapshare, from where I applied it. The TPS map on it is a tuned one, while the IAP and fuel trim maps are stock.
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Yes, the map I referred to is uploaded on mapshare, from where I applied it. The TPS map on it is a tuned one, while the IAP and fuel trim maps are stock.

Yeah, I know the one you're referring to is through the map share. What I was saying is that you will not be able to check it against anything emailed to you to see if the map share one is different. You will not even be able to open and look at a map emailed to you too validate the settings you're asking about in the map share file you're using.

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Yeah, I know the one you're referring to is through the map share. What I was saying is that you will not be able to check it against anything emailed to you to see if the map share one is different. You will not even be able to open and look at a map emailed to you too validate the settings you're asking about in the map share file you're using.
I completely understand and agree with your reply. What I'm asking however is that the IAP, Trim and ETV table values from the Race ECU map be copy-pasted into an Excel sheet (by someone who has that bin file), so I can recheck and update those maps

I'm running a stock Gen5 ECU
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I completely understand and agree with your reply. What I'm asking however is that the IAP, Trim and ETV table values from the Race ECU map be copy-pasted into an Excel sheet (by someone who has that bin file), so I can recheck and update those maps



I'm running a stock Gen5 ECU

Yeah cool. I just wanted everyone to understand how it works. That way you get what you're looking for as opposed to just maps. If people take the time to copy the data off into excel or whatever, then you'll be able to check it against what you're looking for.

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Gen 5 zx10r race ecu maps

hey buddy were you able to get the race ecu maps setup ?
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