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Old 01-04-2010, 10:46 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Wayne,

Tested your stock map Sunday, -8 at testing time, 800 RMK 144, Cobra 1.38, 68 Gram polaris. 8100-8150 RPM, det light issue 6000-7500 on and off, 101 MPH easy in semi hard pack in short run, 1050-1150 mid, 1200-1250 WOT. Plugs black, ran much better than stock, will be taking your advise and removing from bottom and adding a little at 80%, this sled is now fun to drive.

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I had a chance to put on some miles this past weekend and had my det light coming on when stabbling the throttle. The light came on between 6500-7500 rpm. If you are running some version of my map and are having this problem, change all of your numbers to 0 or +5 in that whole rpm range. Also, if you have big negatives at 80% throttle from 7500-8500 rpm, you might want to back those down to -5 at the most. You probably can leave the 100% negatives alone...unless you are getting det light.

Additionally, you may be able to back down the high positives in the lower rpm range and see how it runs. If you don't get any stumble there, maybe your mileage will improve slightly. I got about 10-10.5 MPG this past weekend but wasn't really hammering it much except on the lakes.

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Old 01-04-2010, 11:53 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Tested your stock map Sunday, -8 at testing time, 800 RMK 144, Cobra 1.38, 68 Gram polaris. 8100-8150 RPM, det light issue 6000-7500 on and off, 101 MPH easy in semi hard pack in short run, 1050-1150 mid, 1200-1250 WOT. Plugs black, ran much better than stock, will be taking your advise and removing from bottom and adding a little at 80%, this sled is now fun to drive.

Thanks![/b]
I have the exact same sled and setup except I am running 66 gram Polaris weights. I added 5 to all the negatives
because all I can get is E10 fuel here. Not one flicker of det in multiple good half mile pulls on the lake. Lake is
glare ice with 4" of powder on it, 0*F temps without windchill. In those conditions it will flash 8400 out of the hole
and then pull back to 8200-8250 on the nose. Semi-hard pack reads 8200-8250 everytime. This freakin thing lights
like a switch now! No more laying down upstairs, love it!

Never pulled it for mph but I can tell ya this, 55-95 is one hard ass pull that takes little time to accomplish if you can hook this biotch up!
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Old 01-15-2010, 01:02 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Stoutner I have been using your map that I got from Jim and its works great. I have a question about the PCV, I plugged in the PCV to my laptop and the tps was working fine when I started it up and ran it a bit but then I set up the TPS setting and now when the sled is off the TPS says 100% and when i start it up it goes to zero and stays there did I change something I didn't notice I'm not sure. Any help would be great thanks for all your hard work by the way.
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Old 01-15-2010, 07:23 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Stoutner I have been using your map that I got from Jim and its works great. I have a question about the PCV, I plugged in the PCV to my laptop and the tps was working fine when I started it up and ran it a bit but then I set up the TPS setting and now when the sled is off the TPS says 100% and when i start it up it goes to zero and stays there did I change something I didn't notice I'm not sure. Any help would be great thanks for all your hard work by the way.[/b]
Start the Power Commander program
Start engine
Power Commander Tools>Configure>TPS (Ctrl T)
Hit Reset - the idle TPS is now set
Actuate the throttle to WOT - you don't have to hold it for any length of time for he setting to "take", just make sure the flipper hits the handlebar.
You should now see 4.1x or so volts in the RH box.
Click OK, do not hit Reset.
You're done.

Here is the online page: maneuver to Working with Commander V>Power Commander Tools>To Calibrate the Throttle Position
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Old 01-15-2010, 07:35 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Start the Power Commander program
Start engine
Power Commander Tools>Configure>TPS (Ctrl T)
Hit Reset - the idle TPS is now set
Actuate the throttle to WOT - you don't have to hold it for any length of time for he setting to "take", just make sure the flipper hits the handlebar.
You should now see 4.1x or so volts in the RH box.
Click OK, do not hit Reset.
You're done.

Here is the online page: maneuver to Working with Commander V>Power Commander Tools>To Calibrate the Throttle Position
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So on the sled to set TPS it must hang in the air to set as track will spin correst?
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Old 01-15-2010, 07:53 AM   #16 (permalink)
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So on the sled to set TPS it must hang in the air to set as track will spin correst?
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That would be the smart thing to do.
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Wayne I got the 162HP map from Jims site. I have no stumble or ever had any stumble. It is very rich in the midrange. I have the SLP Pipe. Jim told me that I can decrease those #'s by almost half. I am wondering about the top end #'s...should I leave them alone?
I am only at 1500' Elevation max. Thanks.
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Old 01-15-2010, 09:55 AM   #18 (permalink)
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Where do i find the Stoutner maps?
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Wayne I got the 162HP map from Jims site. I have no stumble or ever had any stumble. It is very rich in the midrange. I have the SLP Pipe. Jim told me that I can decrease those #'s by almost half. I am wondering about the top end #'s...should I leave them alone?
I am only at 1500' Elevation max. Thanks.[/b]
I would leave them alone unless you get at det light at full throttle.

Shell Guy....Someone on here should be able to e-mail you the map. I will be out of town for the next 8 days so I won't be of any help until I get back.

Oh Snow...If you can't raise your track in the air, just take your belt off and do it. Or, just set it manually for .930 and 4.10
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Im looking for a map for an SLP pipe package, with the new flash.
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