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post #1 of 4 Old 05-13-2011, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
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Questions about Bazzaz z-fi

So I picked up a Bazzaz system for my bonk and plan to install tomorrow. Installation looks pretty simple and easy. Just gotta take my time. Luckily I have no plans.

After the install, what needs to be done? I see that it supports and stock and slip on map. Is there a way to change the two, or is it brained that way and I don't have to do anything?
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If you ordered from bazzaz there will be 2 maps installed in unit. 1 will be a generic stock map and a 2nd map according to what slip-on or info you gave them about bike. There is a jumper plug in the harness to switch between the 2 maps. Also they include a cd with sofware and usb cable to setup maps as you like. I would sugest that u get a custom tune to get the best benifits out of the bazzaz unit to your particular setup though.
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I ordered from STG. I'm assuming I have to go find the maps somewhere?

I will get the self mapping here at some point. Ill tune and tweak it myself, just not sure if I want to get in that deep. I dont plan to HP mod the bike too much, its already not usable on the street unless you're on a nice straight highway. I more or less got the bazzaz to smoothin out the popping from the slip on.
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Bazzaz software is pretty simple to use to make adjustments. Also as far as the jumper plug used to swkitch maps you can cut jumper wire and install toggle switch and you'll be able to switch between maps.
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