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350 and 250 Fuel Injection Mapping Mods...

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I need someone to test some maps I am making.

 

One person with a 350F and another with a 250F.

 

Only condition, you must have access to the KTM User Setting Tool ...

 

Those who test will get my custom maps free of charge ....

 

PM me ...

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350 Maps have been tested and completed ....

 

PM me for more info....

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Steve I'm confused , isn't you who gets the custom maps free of charge ? They do the testing and so already have the map ?

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I had my 13 250f remapped and there was small gains in part throttle situations

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Steve I'm confused , isn't you who gets the custom maps free of charge ? They do the testing and so already have the map ?

 

No, they are based on KTM's maps.  But if you ever examined the KTM maps... you'd wonder what planet they are riding on.

 

I do my own on the 450's.  I needed volunteers for the others ... 

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How do you decide how to adjust the fueling ? Dyno?

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A fully dyno tested map was provided and I back tracked from there compared with the aggressive map from KTM.

 

Had one of the guys here test all three and voila ....

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I was the one that did the testing for Steve. I have the UST tool and have a track outside my shop door and was able to do 5 laps cool down change maps repeat 3 times in a row and also rode a wide verity of tracks in my area. My bike is a 2012 350sxf , fully modified with pretty much everything done , I'm beyond picky and go threw everything to a tee on my bikes , I ride vet b and plus 30 b. Steve gave me 3 maps all of which seemed to start easier , 1 of the maps I love and was night and day better then the ones I made and have been using daily now , 1 of them I'm using for sand and 1 I would say would be good for hard pack Tracks and lots of throttle control. If anyone has any questions I'm willing to answer honestly.

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Do you use incorrect agr to tailor the power , eg hard pack make it a tad rich to dull the power ? I'm having a hard time understanding how once you get a good map (most power at each rpm and different load setting ) why would you stray away from that map ? Eg to get more "hit"do you make the mapping less perfect ?

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Do you use incorrect agr to tailor the power , eg hard pack make it a tad rich to dull the power ? I'm having a hard time understanding how once you get a good map (most power at each rpm and different load setting ) why would you stray away from that map ? Eg to get more "hit"do you make the mapping less perfect ?

 

It's a matter of taste  .... setting timing back to stock would offset the "hit" ...

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I found the 350 to make huge gains in power on the dyno with much better starting with proper mapping here.

I also think I've figured out why my maps here in texas requires more fueling than the maps developed in colder climates.

 

In any case the 350 can be improved without a doubt.

The 250 on the other hand...well its not far off.

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I just got a '15 350 XC-F. I will have the user setting tool in a few weeks. If it let's me upload the stock map to my PC I'll give it to whomever wants it.

 

Edit:  Apparently the software doesn't allow that.  I was hoping it would be like TuneECU.  

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It doesn't work like that.... The ECU has a base map you can't access. The UST makes changes to that base map.

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It doesn't work like that.... The ECU has a base map you can't access. The UST makes changes to that base map.

So there isn't any way to compare previous maps to the current?

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No.  Not without having a friendly dealer who installs a new base map or purchasing the ECU....

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