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post #31 of 44 Old 05-08-2019, 10:09 AM Thread Starter
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Got it.

Now that I've spent a little time with the Woolich software I'm starting to get the hang of it. I've learned how to use the Autotune and I'd say I'm about 90% of the way to a really good fuel map. Once I get it completely ironed out I will do a map share on Woolich's web site.

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post #32 of 44 Old 05-08-2019, 11:42 AM
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I think I'm going to pull the IAP and TPS maps from a mapshare file to get started and autotune from there.
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In your motorcycle, the maximum capacity is limited on all gears. Including the 6th gear.
In circled in red should be 100%
If you change to 100%, you will need to carry out a correction in these areas of the ignition and fuel maps
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post #34 of 44 Old 05-09-2019, 10:29 AM
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Went to the dyno last night. My plan was to dial in the tune before hitting the track this weekend. I did get to do some tuning but in reality the dyno is mostly good for WOT. I will do my best to let the Autotune work its magic during practice on Saturday.

With just a little Autotuning, which included opening up the ETC at high rpm and WOT, this is my dyno result.

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What air/fuel ratio did you end up at after tuning?

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In your motorcycle, the maximum capacity is limited on all gears. Including the 6th gear.
In circled in red should be 100%
If you change to 100%, you will need to carry out a correction in these areas of the ignition and fuel maps
There are no ignition or fuel map differences in the EU map. Only the de-restriction of the ETV map. At least not in the 2018 maps I accessed in the included Woolich bin files.
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There are no ignition or fuel map differences in the EU map. Only the de-restriction of the ETV map. At least not in the 2018 maps I accessed in the included Woolich bin files.
No need to take EU maps as a reference.
At the dyno can be easily improved.
Of course noise will increase, CO will increase.
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No need to take EU maps as a reference.
At the dyno can be easily improved.
Of course noise will increase, CO will increase.
Agreed. It can always be better. I read your post as implying there would be negative consequences to changing the ETV maps without adjusting other parameters. Just pointing out there is no basis for that assertion in Kawasaki's stock mapping. I might argue the opposite. That the ETV is out of whack on the US models, and changing the ETV to Euro spec puts fuel and ignition maps closer to optimum. It's just speculation though. As you say, without a proper tune we're still stuck with a map engineered to meet noise and emissions regulations, not optimize performance. When I'm done with my build I'll have 40lbs of middle finger to regulation sitting in a box in my garage. I must not be "woke."
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Your bike looks great! You still had the CBR last year when we did the Advanced Basics 301 course at Blackhawk Farms. We had Jody Berry as our coach. I had the black 2016 zx-10r. Jason Farrell was there that day and he convinced me to let him work with my Woolich to tune it. He changed all the ETV settings to 100 and worked on the low rpm fueling. It was terrible before, now much better. I've got a link pipe, stock muffler, bmc air filter, sai blockoffs, and run pump premium fuel. He said it made 181 at the tire.
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Your bike looks great! You still had the CBR last year when we did the Advanced Basics 301 course at Blackhawk Farms. We had Jody Berry as our coach. I had the black 2016 zx-10r. Jason Farrell was there that day and he convinced me to let him work with my Woolich to tune it. He changed all the ETV settings to 100 and worked on the low rpm fueling. It was terrible before, now much better. I've got a link pipe, stock muffler, bmc air filter, sai blockoffs, and run pump premium fuel. He said it made 181 at the tire.

I wish I could say I remember who you were but Iím old.

If you race CCS at all stop in and say hello, otherwise maybe at a track day.

We put mine on the Dyno and made 195 RWHP before I figured out 100% how to use the Woolich. After the dyno time I let it Auto Tune for an entire day of practice at ACC. I loaded that map and it runs great. Not sure exactly what the HP is now but Iíd say a minimum of 195. Runs good at low, mid, and high RPM as well as at idle.

Hope to see you at the track!


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You bet! I'm thinking about doing the CCS weekend this month, but we'll see. Are you running race fuel to get 193hp?
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