Thought I would share the map I have made based on Tuneecu map #20, made by Kev. I have made it by logging when riding and based on the data recorded, changed the maps accordingly. The aim have been lambda 14,2 when cruising (throttle position 2-10%) and lambda 12,8 at bigger throttle openings.
The focus have been on the smaller throttle positions because getting the full RPM register at full throttle with a decent amount of readings on the road is a bit risky.
I have also noticed that it is the smaller throttle positions that need bigger corrections.
I am now on the seventh map but I still have some tuning to do. At the moment lambda is between 14 and 14,6 when cruising. I haven't noticed any downsides compared to Kevs map going this lean, so I am thinking of going even leaner. If I remember correctly map #20 was made with Autotune set to lambda 13,2 at all throttle positions.
One thing I noticed in Kevs map is that some of the throttle position curves are quite choppy. Especially the curve for 15% throttle position. This could be seen in the graph when logging as well. Lamda at 4000rpm is way too low.
Dotted line is map #20. Solid line is my map:
With my map. Now seems to be a bit rich at 4500rpm:
My setup is:
Standard Stack rear cylinder, RC8 Stack front cylinder
Wings cans with quietest baffles installed
2nd flies removed
O2 sensors disabled
If there are others with the same setup it would be interesting to hear how this map works on your bike.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/43jndk5giyoze ... 7.hex?dl=0
Use it on your own risk