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How many of you guys with a 2017 500exc-f have gotten the euro map what are your opinions??

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Please include changes you made, if any; such as removed the reeds from the intake, opened stock exhaust, switched to FMF muffler, etc.. 
 

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I got euro map

FMF Q4 and it still backfires a bit . TPS adjustment is next along with removing all the intake and emissions stuff

I have a '15 300XCW and it had way more power than my '17 500 in OEM garb. with the euro map it runs good :thumbsup: thank god because I was slightly disappointed at first.

stripped all the turn sigs horn and relay switches and now I got a street legal dirtbike. this week it went to a shop for more mods we shall see how she runs. have you seen the charcoal  filter cartridge inside the frame ? eek I feel sorry for the factory having to figure how to make them legal here in ca

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euro on 350 and is way better opened exhaust, no backfire ever and runs how it should tps stock at 601

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I have a 2017 500EXC.

Full De-Smog, FMF 4.1, Euro Offroad Map, (no tps adjust)

I had the map loaded onto my ecu when I installed the exhaust. I dont have an acutal air fuel ratio sensor so im just going off feel. The bike feels like it has sufficent fuel, maybe slightly lean. But the bike runs strong, no backfires, strong throttle response. Id recommend it to anyone.

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2017 500 exc-f
De smoged, FMF 4.1, reeds removed, EU map, and the BDSB fuel rail... I've messed with the tps anywhere from stock(.58) to .7 and I've finally settled at .65. My bike is a freakin wheelie machine!

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