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Does changing the fuel map smooth the power delivery

Does anyone know whether downloading a later fuel map smooths out the power delivery and get's rid of the flat spot below 4000rpm? Just bought a tt600 second hand, ace bike, but trying to make it better... Perhaps fitting a power commander would help?

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A power commander won't help as I believe it is an issue with timing and not fuel delivery. I bought my 2000 and it came with a Power Commander. I tried messing with the fuel with little change in the results. I recently bought a 2002 ecu on ebay and swapped it in. It runs a lot smoother down low although the 5k-6k area feels a little flat so maybe I'll increase fuel there. I really should get it dynotuned at some point. If you're willing to swing the money, buy a Tuneboy instead of a power commander.

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