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Hey all, hoping someone out there may have a PCV map that they can share that will work with my new set up.

I inherited the PCV from a friend, and therefore can not get a map from Fuel Moto (I even tried to purchase a map from them, but all they would do was sell me an AutoTune which I don't want or need)

I had a canned tune on my last set up and it worked really well, so I'm hoping someone here may be able to share a map with me if they have one that's close to my bikes set up??

I have a 2012 RGU with a SE air cleaner, SE255 cams, the exhaust is V&H Power Dual head pipe hooked up to V&H 4" Twin Slash pipes

Any help from a fellow member would be greatly appreciated!!
 

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Go to dyno jets website, tons of maps there.
Thanks, but I went there and they have NOTHING that matches, they don't even have tunes for 2-1-2 head pipes? Weird since all stock head pipes are now that configuration?

Also, any maps that use SE255 cams are for 2008/2009 bikes. Most frustrating!!
 

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Try powercommander.com found a close map for mine.
See above ^^

I've been to the site and nothing there for my set-up.

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Hey all, hoping someone out there may have a PCV map that they can share that will work with my new set up.

I inherited the PCV from a friend, and therefore can not get a map from Fuel Moto (I even tried to purchase a map from them, but all they would do was sell me an AutoTune which I don't want or need)

I had a canned tune on my last set up and it worked really well, so I'm hoping someone here may be able to share a map with me if they have one that's close to my bikes set up??

I have a 2012 RGU with a SE air cleaner, SE255 cams, the exhaust is V&H Power Dual head pipe hooked up to V&H 4" Twin Slash pipes

Any help from a fellow member would be greatly appreciated!!

Call the tech number on the power commander website. They will point you to the nearest map available for your setup on their site. A better suggestion IMO would be to get your bike dynoed.


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Call the tech number on the power commander website. They will point you to the nearest map available on their site. A better suggestion IMO would be to get your bike dynoed.


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Thanks for the info 09SN, unfortunately dynoing is out of the question, we only have one competent dyno mechanic within 500 miles of here and his prices are outrageous!!

I will try and call DynoJet and see what they say? I'm sure that Fuel Moto has exactly what I'm looking for, but they're not giving it up!
 

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Thanks for the info 09SN, unfortunately dynoing is out of the question, we only have one competent dyno mechanic within 500 miles of here and his prices are outrageous!!



I will try and call DynoJet and see what they say? I'm sure that Fuel Moto has exactly what I'm looking for, but they're not giving it up!

No problem. I have a setup very similar to yours, except I have Rineharts instead of V&H mufflers. I also have a stage 4 kit on mine. I had mine dynoed. I called power commander and they were helpful, but didn't have any maps for the stage 4.


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