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So I just installed my bazzaz with the zafm. I know the zafm maps the bike but I am looking for a starter map to work with. I have a leo slip-on, bmc race, pair mod and flapper mod. Thanks!!
 

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What i did was just downloaded the slipon map off their website and installed that. But either way just turn on the zafm and go for a short ride 10-15 minutes at your set air/fuel ratio and it will start making adjustments. Then just go for another longer ride 30-45minutes and do the same. Just try keeping it in the lower gears (not higher than 4th) and vary the throttle positions as much as possible. You will be surprised at the difference it will make to your bike. For further info check out the ********* website which will give you some more info regarding the zafm. I went with an air/fuel ratio of 13.2 (as recommended by email from bazzaz) and the bike is now so much more responsive. Did a rollon test with a friends gsxr1000 k8 (full system power commander 3 custom map) in 5th gear and blew him away.
 

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I've got 2 maps, the stock one and one I've tweaked to lean it out a bit.
I've been asking someone to share a Bazzaz map for some time now with ZERO replys.
 

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I will share mine for sure when I get it. I just wanted to start somewhere which is why I was asking for a map.
 

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What i did was just downloaded the slipon map off their website and installed that. But either way just turn on the zafm and go for a short ride 10-15 minutes at your set air/fuel ratio and it will start making adjustments. Then just go for another longer ride 30-45minutes and do the same. Just try keeping it in the lower gears (not higher than 4th) and vary the throttle positions as much as possible. You will be surprised at the difference it will make to your bike. For further info check out the ********* website which will give you some more info regarding the zafm. I went with an air/fuel ratio of 13.2 (as recommended by email from bazzaz) and the bike is now so much more responsive. Did a rollon test with a friends gsxr1000 k8 (full system power commander 3 custom map) in 5th gear and blew him away.
Where are the maps on the Bazzaz website? I don't see any.
http://www.bazzazperformance.com/in...facturer_id=0&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=26
 

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I just found it! Thanks again, lol
 

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Just dyno'd mine with same mods (akra not leo vince) I have the map pm me if you want it!
 

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Just dyno'd mine with same mods (akra not leo vince) I have the map pm me if you want it!
I'm interested in seeing the dyno results that you achieved and what your overall thoughts are with the unit. Can you display the dyno charts if you can and what air fuel ratio you got it tuned for. Not many people on here showing there dyno charts for the Bazzaz units.
I am still mapping mine at the moment on the road for road conditions and will get it tested (maybe dyno tuned) soon. I can also provide my map for an arrow slipon flappers removed bmc race filter tuned at 13.2 at around 20 degrees Celsius. Melbourne Australia conditions.
 

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Just dyno'd mine with same mods (akra not leo vince) I have the map pm me if you want it!
i guess there are two threads about this.
anyway, your map makes the bike run better, much nicer, but down on power vs the bazzaz map
 
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