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Ignition mapping

This is not a how to but a question so feel free to move it. I was enquiring on another forum if there was any way to remap the ecu without getting a power commander, as the only reason i needed a remap was because i had fitted a&r baffles, a cat eliminator and a K&N filter to my new fzx 250 and it was running as rough as a ***%*. So someone replied that there are three ignition maps in the ecu and when I go to the dealer I should ask if they can change the mapping? First I have heard.

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I've never heard of anything like that... but i have an 06 and as far as i know there was nothing like that for mine... as far as the 08's... hmmm that would deffinately be a dealership call, might wanna give them a ring in the morning. but honestly just get the pcIII, it will do wonders with a stock bike, and with a few bolt ons it will deffinately make a big difference between having it properly tuned and not....

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