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2012 zx10r tune - September 7, 2013, 11:03 AM

I was wondering if anyone is willing to share a tune for a zx10r with a power commander V? It's for my friends bike he has a K&N race filter two bros exhaust with cat eliminator I told him to get it tuned. But i think he is gonna download a map from power commander site so I figured I'd ask around cuz I really don't like the idea of running a shared tune like that. He is a new rider and despite what I told him he still bought all his stuff for the bike. If anyone can help that be great but I under stand not wanting to cuz I know I paid 400 for a custom tune w/ the restrictions removed from my ecu.
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September 7, 2013, 12:15 PM

I'm sure Von will chime in. As you have done, custom tune is the way to go though.


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September 7, 2013, 06:04 PM

Unless the dyno tune is for his exact bike then he's better off running a baseline map from dynojets website. Ultimately, a dyno tune will be the best bet but you shouldn't run a map that was dyno tuned for another bike.


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I had my 2011 ZX10R race bike custom tuned at RNR by DOdge....but I have Bazzaz....all 8 injectors and good price for one unit vs. buying two and almost double the price....

My street bike I have a downloaded map and its shit....I am taking my bike to RnR near the end of the season....

Street bike have a K&N I put in last night....
Race bike have a BMC...I dont like race filters (they make street and race version) they let too much dirt in...

tell him to hit up Kawasaki ZX-10R.net - Powered by vBulletin

He will find everything he wants..they have a map section..


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September 8, 2013, 09:04 AM

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shouldn't run a map that was dyno tuned for another bike.
Not to get off topic, but why? The maps on PC website are from another bike, or worse -just calculated.
It's interesting that you say the map is shit, Von. While it is a completely different bike, the canned map for my 6r was fairly good. According to Rick, anyway. It didn't take him long on the dyno. That said, he was able to eek out another 4 ft-lb in the midrange and 3 hp up top. I know that is fairly significant on a 600. If he could get you the same % gain it would be huge!


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Not to get off topic, but why? The maps on PC website are from another bike, or worse -just calculated.
It's interesting that you say the map is shit, Von. While it is a completely different bike, the canned map for my 6r was fairly good. According to Rick, anyway. It didn't take him long on the dyno. That said, he was able to eek out another 4 ft-lb in the midrange and 3 hp up top. I know that is fairly significant on a 600. If he could get you the same % gain it would be huge!
My comment was vague but baseline maps created by/for dynojet are almost always set with a very safe overhead of either fuel and/or timing since all bikes will be different and they don't want customers reporting back with potential failures.

Dyno tunes on the other hand are usually aimed at the best a/f and timing that particular bike will accept and many of the same bike will react very different in what they can and cannot do (timing for example).

Now, I understand that statement is grossly determined by the tuner and the threshold they are comfortable tuning to BUT it's still always much safer to stick with a baselined map from DJ (or an autotune) over running someone else's Dynotune.


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