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Making adjustments in a Maximus tune

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  1. wickman

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    Are the Afr original numbers automatically switched back when we end the session?
    Interesting
     
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    I bet it got better with the spikes because of exhaust you tightened up.
    I sure would like to know how techno research can say you only need a couple runs and the map is good and adjusted, doesn’t make sense.
     
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    Yes, when you are done you select finial for the o2 control on the ecu screen and it defaults back to your "close loop" map.

    What I'm finding now is my OCD is like 12+:badgrin:

    I cut and pasted the VE tables into excel and then compare the rich / lean conditions from the data log prior to "creating map". What this is showing me is when it does not feel right or does not feel smooth, its typically a slight rich or lean condition on both cylinders. The areas of this rich / lean condition may not be the same number of cells between the two cylinders but there is defendant overlap that I can feel.
     
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    0254BB27-C482-472B-8C5B-B2ED4E690BC9.jpeg Wanted to share this afr table, it’s supposed to be good for all Victory’s.
    Edit this isn’t the one I’m using right now but I think I’m going to.
     
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    You are really doing good with this tuning, what are you going to do for timing?
     
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    Your AFR table is very similar to mine other than I'm currently not going that rich on the outer edges.

    On the timing I ran a time wheel for the first 6 months I had the bike and it was set to +4 and didn't have any issues, the bike hated +6. I started out at +4 with maximus but then changed my mind and have set the lower areas to +2 in the decal areas and less than 1750 rpm and then +4 for cruising areas and up. My mind says that in the light throttle & decel areas, the higher timing may contribute to the dreaded poping. That being said I'm amazed how one can change to tone and severity of the pop strictly with fuel during decel.
     
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    You actually used the Lloyd’s timing wheel set to +4?
    I think you’re right with the timing in the light throttle are causing popping, I think the advance timing would burn the low fuel supply too quick.
     
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    Het Glen how is your tuning doing?
     
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    Hey wickman. It's really good. I think I went one iteration to lean as i get a occasional pop but other than that it's good. I made a few 120 mile freeway trips for work and got 41 mpg one trip and this last trip was in close loop and it's even better than that but I havent fueled yet to confirm. Dont know if you seen my other post, I did have an issue with either a really tight belt or possibly a wheel bearing starting to go. So I'm down for a little bit. Wheel bearings have shipped so I should have it back on the road early next week. Hope the rain quits soon.
     
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    Didn't see the other post, that's really good mileage for sure. I ended up getting a tune from someone that is very good with the dyno. Basicly gave me a tune he did on same year and model bike as mine and same software # , bike is running great. I just need to tweak out a bit of accel and decal pop but no biggy. I think you mentioned dealing with the decal in the first column although if I remember correctly there is a table for that in the software.
    What year is your CC?
     
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    It a 2012 with 35,000 miles
     
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    Well that kind of explains your wheel bearing issue. :)
    I was going to offer my map to try if it was same year / software.
     
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    I know this is an older thread but help outside going to tuner is not getting me anywhere. From what I understand "Maps" are not sharable from one tune on one bike to another, not sure why this is as I only have my bike and no other tunes but the canned Base and Stage 1 that come with the Maximus. So here is my issue. I dropped Cams (VM1) in my bike I have the Maximus but the O2 logger will not be here till next week. I would like to get some type of base map that is "OK" to ride for now till I can do my own tune/logging. Doe anyone have a map with similuar modes 13XR Llydz Air, big honkers, Llydz VM1 cams I can get? Even if I have to cut and paste or manually enter the Fuel values I just need some Idea what they should be to be "OK" I can build the map myself I just need a refrence starting place. Thanks
     
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    Just to help people out and maybe piss some others off. You can use any year bikes map to make your own that will load. Open the map you got from someone (Close mods) copy each table into excel one by one , then just open a canned map for your year and paste each table into the map you opened...each Cyl Fuel map and timing if you want. Save it call it what ever you want and load the map on your bike. This BS that maps cant be shared is CRAP, its just not wanting DYI people to know this. Now this map is not dialed in for you bike but it is as good if not better than a canned stage map from victory for sure!
     
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    Yep it’s true .
     

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