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post #1 of 6 Old 11-26-2018, 01:31 PM Thread Starter
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Ignition Control Module V

I have an 04 zx10r with full Muzzy exhaust, PC5, Ignition Control Module 5, Wide Band 2 Module, Secondary Throttle Plates removed, TRE, exhaust servo removed, velocity stacks, flashed ECU the list goes on...

I took it in and had it mapped on a dyno and after doing so i hooked up my laptop to the power commander to look at the mapping ( Just Curious ) and i noticed that there was no additional mapping to the ignition module, is this something i should have mapped as well and what are the benefits of doing so???

Please excuse me for being clueless on the subject of mapping
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post #2 of 6 Old 11-26-2018, 05:24 PM
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If you look around you'll find that the OEM ignition curve is just about perfect on the Gen1 and no real gains can be had until you start playing with cams. The one benefit of the IM is lifting the rev limited 500rpm which, again, is something you shouldn't do until you have a different cam, shimmed springs, and G3 or titanium retainers.
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i had the head done and during this process i had Ti retainers and valves installed as well had the valve seats cut and flowed on a 5 axis cnc machine and had the intake ports polished.
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and had the cam lobes polished, should i utilize the rev extend feature?
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dyno graph holds the answer power still climbing at rev limit or falling off before or at it.
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Uhh, who flowed that head and do you recommend them. I'm looking for a Porter and thinking ward. What say you?
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