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15MRC. No need to spend money on snake oil.
I've got the same bike. The crossover eliminates the baggy intermediate muffler and makes it easy to access the gear box drain. Didn't have any effect on sound or tune on my bike with stock mufflers. I do my own maintenance and change fluids more often than required, so worth the money for me.
The previous method for re-flashing was for you to remove the ECU from the bike, send it in to Todd who would change the mapping tables on it. Guzzitech now sells a reflashing tool that you use to manage your own map changes.
I suspect that Pete is saying you don't need to pay for a reflash since you can use GUZZIDIAG (shareware), and the related map reader/writer along with some inexpensive appropriate OBDII cables to load a map (assuming Beetle or the like has made one for the 2TB V7).
When the Cat is still in, the engine holds backpressure. Is it running lean you think?
So, going back to the last unanswered question. I know there are not going to be any dealer maps available but is anyone sharing their own? Is there a map available anywhere for me to download using Guzzidiag that someone has created to make the bike run better with pipes, or does everyone just create their own map from scratch using guesswork and manually altering all the tables?Anyone?
Most Guzzistas don't seem to want to fool around with modifying the fueling maps that come stock with the V7.
Instead, the most popular option is to purchase the map upgrade from a company like Guzzitech;
Yes, that certainly seems to be the case! Thanks for the info. I`ll join the Guzzitech forum!
Yes, absolutely, I don`t need to check the plugs to know that. ALL bikes without a smart ECU will run slightly lean when you replace the stock pipes with aftermarket ones, until you remap or rejet the bike. Mostly at lower throttle openings and rarely enough to harm the bike.Aftermarket pipes = popping on deceleration. This is the same with carburettor bikes, if you just bolt some pipes on, they will pop on deceleration until you put a bigger pilot jet in and/or raise the needle, to allow more fuel in at lower throttle openings.
I`m bumping this from page 3 because I`m hoping deep down that someone IS actually able to answer it?
For V7 Classic owners, I've added the 15RC Lambda-Off-No-Pop map to my website as a free download.
Does this applies to Stone as well or there would be a different map?
The free download is for any twin throttle body V7 small block with the 15RC ECU.
Single throttle body maps are available to purchase.
That's Todd's automatic reply. He's pretty much a one man operation and can't waste his time on questions that can easily be answered or already have been answered in the forums. Do some research don't just expect everyone too tell you what to do and don't believe everything people tell you.
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