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Old 03-05-2012, 05:02 PM   #21
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Your bike really shouldn't be having issues even with the modifications. You might want to look elsewhere besides the map. It will be somewhat jerky without a proper map but shouldn't give you major problems like serious hesitation.
Could be. Might be a coil even, should be getting readings tonight on that. but a super lean condition for the bike would definitely make it hesitate. Already fixed the bouncing idle symptom with a little fuel. It's not like jerking around or anything, you can just feel like it's not all there up in the RPM range. It's not popping or clanking or anything near that.

No codes, hardwired (crimped, no scotchloks), no stalls yet. Just a loss of power.

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that -11% at 12500 looks screwy. Thats the main thing that jumped out at me
Good point. I will have to look closer at those ranges.
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PS- Read I could add +10% in the whole area its giving me trouble, and see if it goes away. Then back it off from there.

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too much fuel will do just as bad or worse than too lean
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PS- Read I could add +10% in the whole area its giving me trouble, and see if it goes away. Then back it off from there.

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IMO 10 is a lot. I know its a lot on mine anyway. My fuel pump isnt stock and I have a crushed regulator though
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PS- Read I could add +10% in the whole area its giving me trouble, and see if it goes away. Then back it off from there.

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Maybe zero it out first or +1
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IMO 10 is a lot. I know its a lot on mine anyway. My fuel pump isnt stock and I have a crushed regulator though
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Maybe zero it out first or +1
will do then.

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im pretty sure the gulf greyhound park parking lot is always open...if you wanted someone from the se side out there with ya, id tag along.
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I try to get the big differences closer to the cell before or after. Like smoothing does
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im pretty sure the gulf greyhound park parking lot is always open...if you wanted someone from the se side out there with ya, id tag along.
Don't know which day I'll be out there since Saturday looks like the R word. The bike stays down at my dad's in Clear Lake since he has a garage-mahal of tools. If you're bored though I'll PM you. Might need help getting the bike back in the truck. Lunch provided! lol


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I try to get the big differences closer to the cell before or after. Like smoothing does
Yeah I'm going to notch it up and smooth it back down get somewhere in between.
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