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  1. Chatty

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    Hey fellow vic riders. I am in the UK and have a Pvcx for a tune but cant be done for some time as I am so busy and the garage I am using also busy.

    To that end does any one or is any one willing to send me a pvcx map so I can run the bike until its had a proper tune?

    My setup is...

    13 highball
    Lloydz vm1 cams
    Lloydz torque tubes
    Lloydz quarter throttle turn
    Conquest customs UD pulley
    Conquest customs ground pounders

    A map matching this setup would be amazing.
    This would see me through until I can get it to the shop. Much appreciated!!

    I have a guy Duncan willing to help me out but a closer setup is ideal
     
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    No I havent. Didnt think of that and didnt think they would hold maps for the builds we do on victorys . But will check later.

    But having a map from some one with the same build on a 106 motor would for some reason seem better haha more trust worthy..
     
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    Doesn't have maps that work with the pvcx sadly..

    Need some one with pvcx and a map willing to share until I can get it to a shop
     
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    Forgot you needed "CX" maps
     
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    I would contact Dynojet. Their customer support is very good. They will likely be able to furnish you with a map that will be ok but don't expect perfect. Or they will give you advice as to what to do otherwise.

    If you are able to buy (expensive), borrow or hire a WBCX wideband kit Fuel Moto USA has a remote tuning service. I have used this service and can recommend it.

    Considering the costs involved, you may be best off taking the bike to a reputable dyno tuner. Be aware that not all dyno tuners are created equal. Ensure the one you use is experienced with ECM tuning.....most only know fuel controllers and that skill set won't cut it.
     
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    I’ll send my map over later this week - should be a close match as the mods are the same apart from the exhaust
     
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    The tables by Duncanv80 should work out but just in case there are issues: the trickiest part is the VE table. More folks on VOG seem to have used Maximus and the VE table from Maximus should work equally well. They just need to save the table as an excel file or take a screen shot. Same goes for timing and AFR but these are more easily adjustable. Good luck.
     
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    So I had a blast today. And it seems a bit hesitant at low revs. Not sure if its starving or flooding. Doesn't feel very nice at moment to be honest
     
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    Without a decent VE table, playing around with AFR and timing will be a crapshot. Hopefully a couple of them Maximus tuned guys with similar mods can send you their VE tables so that you have multiple options to try out. PVCX, Maximus it's essentially the same. As to Dynojet, their customer service is excellent but their canned Vic PVCX tunes, from my experience and others, hasn't been positive.
     
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    @Chatty where was the map out of?
     
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    The map was off my bike - 106 kingpin with Lloyd’s 505 cams , torque tubes and a 2 into1 exhaust. The map was done at Dynojet uk’s head office on their dyno. Thinking about it, if Chatty is running VM1 cams then it might be over fueling at the bottom end? The VM1 cams make a little more power at the top end, the 505 make more at the bottom end .
     
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    I have accumulated a few maps now, currently running @Duncanv80 map from his kingpin which works fairly well after a certain rev point, at the low end I am getting a bit of starving/flooding cant tell yet.

    I also have a tune for my listed upgrades from dynojet but I haven't tested this yet and probably wont as they didn't give me any detail on the tune, just sent the file... which im not happy about! I was expecting a little explanation on how they decided to put their tune file together..

    the third file I have got in from BSD performance and they took my Stock file and edited the Fuel values only to suit a modified bike, this is them just helping me out until I can get it to their shop for the final tune. again not tried yet.

    but... I do have 3 PVCX maps now for any one out there needing any, pretty happy with the software and minor editing too if they need it for a quick fix.

    thanks again Dunc80
     

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