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Old 04-26-2010, 06:03 PM   #1
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power commander map???

does anyone know of a pcIII usb map that is best for gas milage... i have a 07 gsxr 750 with a yoshimura exhuast and want a map that is good on gas for long trips.... so im not to worried about performance.
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just re gear the bike....
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I need the same for my bike. I'm getting 29mpg tops according to my bikes computer!! And that's just cruising not getting on it
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re gear....??????
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put a smaller sprocket on the rear.
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thats a good idea but that isnt as easy to change out like a map though...
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thats a good idea but that isnt as easy to change out like a map though...
Changing a sprocket doesn't take long once you've done it once or tweece.
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Changing a sprocket doesn't take long once you've done it once or tweece.
again still isnt as easy... and would i need to make the chain shorter
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Its easy. You may have enough adjustment to to do it. This is a very unusual request. I dont think you gonna find that tune.
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I suggest you go to the power commander site and load the STOCK map first and see how it runs in terms of MPG.....


from there you can start changing maps out to your liking based on what mods your bike has (KN, slip-on, etc.)

every bike is a little bit different. so unless you take it to a dyno tune, youll have to tinker...


but again, your best best is to start at zero..A.K.A your STOCK map.


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I suggest you go to the power commander site and load the STOCK map first and see how it runs in terms of MPG.....


from there you can start changing maps out to your liking based on what mods your bike has (KN, slip-on, etc.)

every bike is a little bit different. so unless you take it to a dyno tune, youll have to tinker...


but again, your best best is to start at zero..A.K.A your STOCK map.


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thats what i was afraid of just thought someone had one made for it lol i finally change that old map i had that gave me 60 miles to the tank and put the map for my setup of bike but i wanted to see if anyone had a map that makes a 750 run like a 250 gas wise...
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