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post #1 of 24 Old 04-10-2006, 03:53 PM Thread Starter
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Ignition Map Posting

Everyone seems to be posting their PC Maps, Has anyone got any Ignition Maps to post. I am looking for a good Ignition Map for my bike, I have 3 maps but they have all been done for a TRE Fitted with the Sub Throttle Sensor rotated. Now anyone that has been reading the board recently will know that I have installed a different set of Throttle Bodies that has a stock sensor position and removed my TRE and have managed to rid my bike of a nasty problem it had. I am in the process of building myself a custom Fuel Map from the 2 Dyno visits I made and from my friends custom map. I am now looking for anyone who has an Ignition Map for a bike without the TRE fitted.
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I have the same map as you but I'll give this a bump.

After all you've been through I guess I don't blame you for just doing without TRE.
Seems the problem was the sensor on old boddies. Guy must have been rough when he adjusted old one.

I am still happy with my set up- maybe take a deep breath and re install the tre and do the tps adjustment yourself carefully and give Ivan's set up one more shot.
Like I said, can't blame you for being hesitant to do so.

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I'm not brave enough to try again, I cannot afford the same to happen again. I don't even know what the problem was, all I know is it is OK now. I will get the guy to check all the connectors on the old throttle bodies to confirm they are faulty tomorrow. My bike is running fine now and that's the way I want it to stay. I have the guy coming tomorrow to set these throttle bodies up just to make sure they are balanced. I am running my own combo Fuel Map, it is my mates custom map from 0 - 10% and from 500rpm - full rpm and my latest custom map from 20% - 100% and from 500rpm -full rpm. I have loaned a laptop for the weekend and I am going to experiment with the ignition map, even if I just run a zero map at the bottom end and 4 degrees advance at the top end at least it will be better than stock.

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My ignition map is from 5-7 degrees of advance (3500+rpm) while running on 94 octane fuel. No pinging, bike runs cooler, and feels significantly livelier on the the throttle.
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My ignition map is from 5-7 degrees of advance (3500+rpm) while running on 94 octane fuel. No pinging, bike runs cooler, and feels significantly livelier on the the throttle.
7 degres is a lot. Can you post the map or e-mail it so I can look at it. Was it set on a dyno or just seat of the pants?

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Dont go 7 degrees unless your looking for more trouble
or should I say bigger trouble


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Dont go 7 degrees unless your looking for more trouble
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ICE MAN
I've read your replies on other threads, you seem to know what you are talking about. Do you not have an Ignition Map for the 10. If not could you advise on altering one of the maps I have for the TRE fitted. I can e-mail them to you if you like and you could work your magic on them. No-one else seems to know much about the ignition curves.
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Send it on over.


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Send it on over.
I've tried to attach the map to a PM but I cannot attach it. What is your e-mail address and I'll send it to you.
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