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i have looked all over the place but i can't find a map for an 04 600 with a yoshi RS3 and k & n. the only one they have on the website is with stock air filter. anybody know where i can get one with aftermarket air filter? i know that everybody says to get it tuned but i don't have the cash yet and just wanted to check to see if somebody had one. thanks.
 

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What is wrong with the "Yosh Slip on and stock or aftermarket air filter" map on their web site?
I'm sure it's close enough. You might find that the "stock" (Not Zero map)map works better. Experiment and try them out.
 

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Got the same issue. K4 600, K&N filter, AND NOOO MAPPPPPP!!!!!
 

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sorry, i just noticed after this that on the website they say yoshi bolt on and stock filter but on the disc it says yoshi with stock or aftermarket filter...i was hoping a few people would have had their bikes tuned that would respond and put up their maps, just to try out. that's all. i guess i'm a little bit scared to run the stock map cause i know if you run too lean that's bad. i don't know if leaner running bikes have better performance in different situations so i don't want to throw on the stock map and then have it run better even though technically it's running worse, in terms of whether or not it's good for the engine. you know what i mean. i have map 5 on there, yoshi with aftermarket but it just seems to have a tiny chug off the line. i didn't notice it before and just wondered if that made a diff. thanks though.

i think there should be a thread where people can post their maps from custom tunes for others to try out. not cause i'm lookin for something for free, but i should be getting mine done as soon as i can afford the trip to salt lake AND the dyno but i would be willing to throw it on the site or e-mail it or whatever...just a thought.
 

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sorry, i just noticed after this that on the website they say yoshi bolt on and stock filter but on the disc it says yoshi with stock or aftermarket filter...i was hoping a few people would have had their bikes tuned that would respond and put up their maps, just to try out. that's all. i guess i'm a little bit scared to run the stock map cause i know if you run too lean that's bad. i don't know if leaner running bikes have better performance in different situations so i don't want to throw on the stock map and then have it run better even though technically it's running worse, in terms of whether or not it's good for the engine. you know what i mean. i have map 5 on there, yoshi with aftermarket but it just seems to have a tiny chug off the line. i didn't notice it before and just wondered if that made a diff. thanks though.

i think there should be a thread where people can post their maps from custom tunes for others to try out. not cause i'm lookin for something for free, but i should be getting mine done as soon as i can afford the trip to salt lake AND the dyno but i would be willing to throw it on the site or e-mail it or whatever...just a thought.

Your stock map will not be too lean with a simple slip on. Running too lean for too long will be too bad. Your bike is not automatically going to lean out with a slip on (although it may SOME). If it's giving you throttle issues load another map in it. Stock, your bike is very likely lean at partial throttle at probably 5-7k and rich everywhere else. 5-7k is roughly where emissions testing happens so it's leaned out there and then most often too rich everywhere else to keep the motor cool under heavy loads. Any map you download from DJ's web site will be close enough to work with out any major problems. Download several and ride it with each, stick with the one that feels best to you.
People will be reluctant to post a map they spent $300+ on for just that reason.....it's a nice thought but in practice does not happen all that often. If you want a truly custom map you'll be seeing a tuner on your own unless someone is feeling super generous today.
 

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yeah, i know i think it's wishful thinking, either way, if anybody reads this and remembers, i'll have one in about a month and a half hopefully and if anybody wants to, i'll give it to ya. maybe if somebody wanted to send a beer or something that might be cool, but i don't really care. the only people it's really hurting are the dyno guys and even still probably won't be the best map for their bike...either way,

can i try maps that are for other exhausts without hurting the bike? i mean could i literally try every map that they have on there for the su 600?
 
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