Gen 4: 2011-2015 pcv settings with m4 street slayer and maybe air filter. - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
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post #1 of 13 Old 04-15-2013, 09:49 PM Thread Starter
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pcv settings with m4 street slayer and maybe air filter.

I was looking through the possible maps for the pcv and didnt find any for the m4 street slayer. I also don't have an air filter but I was gonna get one if I heard good things about adding one over stock. Total mods are -1/+2, ivans wire mod, m4 street slayer, pcv. Does anybody have a similar setup/ advice on the pcv settings? And what improvements did you guys see with a new air filter? Thanks for your help guys!

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I have practically the same mods. +1R, BMC Race Filter, Street Slayer, and wire mod. No PCV and the bike runs fine. Don't plan to add one until I get reflashed. Gains were minimal with these mods.

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Do you like your bmc or is there another one that you would recommend over the bmc?

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BMC is a better quality than K&N IMO. I have a great map for your set up at home. I will try and hook you up tonight.

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I have almost the same mods but have the upper flies out and have a m4gp.. I run the autotune..my suggested fuel trims are less than 5 (mostly 1 and 2s) now that i have been riding with it for a while (which meanse it is as clost to perfect as possible) if ya want I can get the map and send it to ya later when I get home
and fyi i have been told by multiple people incl ivan that a air filter makes almost no difference on the gen 4s

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I have practically the same mods. +1R, BMC Race Filter, Street Slayer, and wire mod. No PCV and the bike runs fine. Don't plan to add one until I get reflashed. Gains were minimal with these mods.
the pcv5 and the autotune added a bunch of fuel up top over stock .. and leaned out the bottom quite a bit... im guessing because the flies arent closing. well i dont even have flies. lol

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Have you bought the PCV yet? If you buy it from Ivan, he will load a map into it based on what mods you have...

That's what I did. There is a local shop doing $30 Dyno HP pulls next weekend. I want to take my 10R there and see how Ivan's map performs.

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just my opinion but when your already have this much money invested in the bike why would you cut corners and load a generic map that was made on another bike?.. why not buy the autotune or get it tuned? those "custom" mail ordered maps are base maps.. no tbad to get it close before tuning or installing the autotune but to run these generic maps in the long term just doesnt make sense to me

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just my opinion but when your already have this much money invested in the bike why would you cut corners and load a generic map that was made on another bike?.. why not buy the autotune or get it tuned? those "custom" mail ordered maps are base maps.. no tbad to get it close before tuning or installing the autotune but to run these generic maps in the long term just doesnt make sense to me
I'd like to get the autotune eventually but I don't have enough cash after buying the pcv. I just wanted a map that would be decent until I had the money for an autotune.

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I totally understand your situation . i did the same thing buy a pcv first(from a member here) and then run on the base maps.

i would not run the base maps again - i tried almost everything and they run very rich and bike doesnt perform . So i was runing zero map until i could get it to dyno.

Once dyno the bike is a different beast . Custom map works well and FC vs power is very balanced.

i would suggest just dont run any map for now as they are not efficient at all . may spoil your plug if they run rich . Also my 02 sensor was pretty much coated with dark black residue thanks to downloaded map . once i dyno the bike i had to clean th 02 sensors and they are good now .


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