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Hi. Does anyone know if Thundermax has a map for Woods 222 cams? I'm about to send them an email as well.

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Trash that thundermax and take it to Woods performance tuning in Cartersville,GA and get it tuned by a professional. It's a HUGE difference in performance.
 

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No! T-max doesn't have a map for the Woods TW222 cams.
I use the T-Max with my TW222 cams and the bike runs great so keep that T-Max and save the money on dyno tunes.

Because Thundermax makes Red Shift cams the most common maps are for their Red Shift cams so what I did was I use Map #361 which is for the Red Shift 527 cam. The map is for a 103 with stock injectors, high flow air cleaner and exhaust mods. There is a difference in my exhaust and the exhaust in the map but they are close.
The Red shift 527 cam specs are slightly different then the Woods TW222 cam so you should select a map that has the RS527 cam and matches your intake and exhaust mods if you can, if there isn't a direct match pick something that is close.
The map is not going to be perfect so you may have to make timing adjustments to get out some pinging. If you have pinging you will need to retard the timing some to get out the pinging, I use the "Timing vs Engine Speed" option to retard the timing.
Put in the base map you selected and ride the bike for 30 to 50 miles to let the auto tune adjust the AFR then if there is pinging make note of which rpm range the pinging is in, then make adjustments (retard) in the timing in that rpm range.
After making the timing adjustments ride the bike another 30 to 50 miles because the auto tune will need to adjust the AFR again. You may have to make the timing adjustment a few times before you got it right.
 

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That helps. Thanks for the information.
 
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