That's what i saidITguy said:Key here was
Taking a map from another member done on a different bike, in a different climate, at different altitude and other variables will likely not produce the exact same results on your bike and may not be a great fit.Â However, it is a good place to start so that it can be fine tuned by a tuner with a dyno or by other means you see fit so that it matches your conditions.
Thanks ITguy, I'll use this to at least get started on the map I'll be usingITguy said:Here ya go try this link:
FYI, I tested Dynojets stock map, lamonts map and JR's stock map on MY bike with certain mods at the time and JR's was a little quicker. However, I'm no longer running either of these as I've added a few more mods and running a different map accordingly. Results on your bike may vary but give them a try. See the first post of this thread for test results: http://www.m109riders.com/forum/index.php?topic=5054.50