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We now have a map posted on our website. This map was made at sea level. The mods on the bike are a Dasa pipe, FUELATV intake and a power commander. I will be making a map for a Stock pipe, power comander and FUELATV intake ...... then a map for a Dasa pipe, stock air box and power commander very soon.
 

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QUOTE (FUELATV @ Oct 19 2007, 11:07 AM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=3873
We now have a map posted on our website. This map was made at sea level. The mods on the bike are a Dasa pipe, FUELATV intake and a power commander. I will be making a map for a Stock pipe, power comander and FUELATV intake ...... then a map for a Dasa pipe, stock air box and power commander very soon.
Are you running the Accelerator option at all or just the map alone?
 

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QUOTE (FUELATV @ Oct 19 2007, 02:07 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=3873
We now have a map posted on our website. This map was made at sea level. The mods on the bike are a Dasa pipe, FUELATV intake and a power commander. I will be making a map for a Stock pipe, power comander and FUELATV intake ...... then a map for a Dasa pipe, stock air box and power commander very soon.
Quick question...Since the kfx is fuel injected shouldnt it go ahead and regulate itself to the proper elevation? Im just curious on why it matters that you made the map at sea level. Because I think I will be buying a dasa pipe from you when you come out with the map for Stock air box and pc III. I have been reading a lot of info on you on several different forums and all I hear is good news.
 

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QUOTE (Kuhl_Kid @ Oct 20 2007, 05:17 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=3904
Quick question...Since the kfx is fuel injected shouldnt it go ahead and regulate itself to the proper elevation? Im just curious on why it matters that you made the map at sea level.
same thought here...
 

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The KFX450R has a 32-bit digital fuel injection system which helps ensure that the engine’s performance remains consistent and is virtually unaffected by changes in temperature or altitude. This system measures coolant temperature, air intake temperature, air intake pressure, engine speed and throttle position, then automatically delivers the ideal amount of fuel to optimize power delivery.

It cannot adjust for exhaust/intake changes.
 

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Yes, it is on our site under "Other Products" - "Fuel Maps" It is free to download and use! :)
 
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