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Old 04-12-2009, 12:28 PM   #1
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I have a 06 CBR 600RR with a two brothers can, everything else is stock. I have a PC 3 USB, but i cant find a map for a two brothers with a stock air filter. The one on the two brothers website is for a 2003. Anyone have any suggestions on what i should run without going to get a custom map?
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With just a can, a PCM isn't necessary.

Custom maps will be cheaper then a dyno map.

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Old 04-12-2009, 04:40 PM   #3
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I doubt the slip-on is really in need of any mapping changes.

However, Waylon at NW Honda is my suggestion as I don't suggest trying to use someone else's "similar" tune on your bike.

Do it right the first time. Can't afford it, wait till you can.

Blunt I know, but it really is that simple.
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You can try different maps an you wont notice a difference. With a slip on I would leave it in stock tune. I know because I have tried all kinds of different tunes at the track and it didnt even change my time by 1/10th
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