Power Commander Maps

Lonney

New Member
I dont understand this better MPG ? WHAT IS THAT ? Is it a myth ?
Once you have your motor running crispy you could drop a couple teeth on your rear sprocket and that might improve your mpg .


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Bizz

New Member
Anyone recommend a map for a 2006 fz1. Pretty much stock. It had a full akrapovic system on but the end can has been changed to a SP engineering can.
Now running rough and cutting out.
Thanks in advance
 

darkcloud

Member
I just have a Remus slipon on my 2010 FZ1..plus a booster plug...mpg is shocking :banghead:
About 27 MPG..and im taking it very very very easy..can only imagine if I went like a hoolie..

Where can I get a PC V map..I have a PC V but not yet on bike and hoping it'll help with MPG.
 

falcon_6

New Member
Im not adding my maps but please have a read about how these ecu's work on fz1

The problem with this bike, is the ECU Maps used by Denso.
It's unlike any normal tuning strategy they use.
From factory the bike uses Air Density to control the closed loop 2% to 18% throttle position in the form of the IMAP(intake mass air pressure sensor) and the o2 sensor.(This is where our throttle snatch issue is)
Even if you disconnect the o2 sensor and run a o2 eliminator, the ECU will still be using the IMAP to control 2% to 18% throttle.
Under different load conditions at these throttle openings the bike adjusts it fuel and spark maps accordingly via IMAP
You cannot get around this. Even if you use a PowerCommander, the ECU will always fight the PowerCommander in the closed loop 2% to 18% throttle.
If and when you have your ECU flashed, the tuner needs to get rid of the closed loop 2% to 18% and change to open loop.
Another very important step is, the tuner needs to change is the ECU strategy to Speed density (remember they are from facory air density)..
This way they ECU determines what needs to be done via TPS position and RPM
This is what the PowerCommander uses .



I've spent many dollars and many lost hours trying to fix the throttle snatch once and for all.
I tried various tuners who promised me a fix with their flash tune.
After spending close to $3000.00 Aussie dollars on time wasters and dyno's, I was ready to trade her in on something different.

But I couldn't let her go. This was her only fault.
I was told to speak to a Tuner in Western Australia.It was my last chance and you wouldn't believe it, he sorted it out and explained to me the above issue.

I now have no more throttle snatch but need to watch how quickly I turn the throttle as she will spin the rear tyre or lift the front without hesitation.

I actually enjoy riding her now.
I never really did before because of the throttle snatch.

And another upside of all this is that my fuel economy is now on average5.1 to 5.7 l/100km.
 

NL160800

New Member
Im not adding my maps but please have a read about how these ecu's work on fz1

The problem with this bike, is the ECU Maps used by Denso.
It's unlike any normal tuning strategy they use.
From factory the bike uses Air Density to control the closed loop 2% to 18% throttle position in the form of the IMAP(intake mass air pressure sensor) and the o2 sensor.(This is where our throttle snatch issue is)
Even if you disconnect the o2 sensor and run a o2 eliminator, the ECU will still be using the IMAP to control 2% to 18% throttle.
Under different load conditions at these throttle openings the bike adjusts it fuel and spark maps accordingly via IMAP
You cannot get around this. Even if you use a PowerCommander, the ECU will always fight the PowerCommander in the closed loop 2% to 18% throttle.
If and when you have your ECU flashed, the tuner needs to get rid of the closed loop 2% to 18% and change to open loop.
Another very important step is, the tuner needs to change is the ECU strategy to Speed density (remember they are from facory air density)..
This way they ECU determines what needs to be done via TPS position and RPM
This is what the PowerCommander uses .



I've spent many dollars and many lost hours trying to fix the throttle snatch once and for all.
I tried various tuners who promised me a fix with their flash tune.
After spending close to $3000.00 Aussie dollars on time wasters and dyno's, I was ready to trade her in on something different.

But I couldn't let her go. This was her only fault.
I was told to speak to a Tuner in Western Australia.It was my last chance and you wouldn't believe it, he sorted it out and explained to me the above issue.

I now have no more throttle snatch but need to watch how quickly I turn the throttle as she will spin the rear tyre or lift the front without hesitation.

I actually enjoy riding her now.
I never really did before because of the throttle snatch.

And another upside of all this is that my fuel economy is now on average5.1 to 5.7 l/100km.
Who was the tuner you used in WA?
 

friercsi

New Member
Who was the tuner you used in WA?
Hi !
I was happy to read your post about the MPG !
After riding a BMW K1200R the consumption of the FZ1 was shocking !
What did you du to get a lower consumption ?
If you flash the ECU will the PC V work ? OR you don't need it anymore ?
What was exactly changing on your bike and setup and on the ECU to achieve this agressive response ? I like it and I need it !
 

IamBlake

New Member
Does anyone have any up to date maps? I can seem to open the map pack on the first page. Ive purchased a juice box pro and you can use the power commander maps they tell me.
 
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