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Gen II Beet Exhaust Question???

I am going to install my exhaust tonight and was wondering what map to use on my power commander just till I get a custom tune.... Thanks for the help.
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Not sure, the exhaust and pc3 the only things done to the ride?
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I have been using an EVO map on mine that I fidled with a little, mostly leaning it down a bit across the board, bike runs well, It starts a little harder the first start of the day, but runs pretty good, till I can get a custom tune done someday. Probably going to swtch to the Bazaaz system, when it comes on line for the 10R
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Not sure, the exhaust and pc3 the only things done to the ride?
and K&N thats all. While I was working I thought I would removed the sec. butterflies
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I have been using an EVO map on mine that I fidled with a little, mostly leaning it down a bit across the board, bike runs well, It starts a little harder the first start of the day, but runs pretty good, till I can get a custom tune done someday. Probably going to swtch to the Bazaaz system, when it comes on line for the 10R
RIght on, I will just try the evo map.
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I was able to get off work long enough to get the exhaust on. It looks great, the power comes on so much smoother but I have one problem. The bike gets extermely hot when ever I stop. The temp. shoots to 240+ I have to kill the engine or don't stop moving. So, what you guys think the problem could be???? Thanks for the help.
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I called PCIII tech line and asked them what map I should run and they recomended map 222-007 the leo vince full system. Aren't the maps they program a little rich??
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I called PCIII tech line and asked them what map I should run and they recomended map 222-007 the leo vince full system. Aren't the maps they program a little rich??
Yes they are all a little rich, all the full system generic maps are pretty similar as well. Try a few of them and see which one runs the best, optimal would be get your bike on a dyno quick and see what your A/F looks like, I have not experienced any noticable increse in overheating, but I am at dead sea level, super hot summers though, heat indexes in the 110's. Its a long shto but check for obvious exhaust leaks, if they are big enough they could cause a overheating issue.
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Thanks for the help but I found out the problem. I am I did not know about burping my cooling system. So, I properly filled and burped it and all was well. I would post up pics but it is nothing you haven't seen before. Thanks again.
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