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  • Offline mcinlb   scotland

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    Re: Re-mapping - what’s to gain?
    Reply #10 on: Jun 06, 2022, 01.02 pm
    Jun 06, 2022, 01.02 pm
    In general, a remap is not about more power but better drive and pick up, smoother running, less low rev stalling through "proper" fueling.

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    Re: Re-mapping - what’s to gain?
    Reply #11 on: Jun 06, 2022, 07.47 pm
    Jun 06, 2022, 07.47 pm
    I've had my 900 GT Pro mapped by BSD Performance in Peterborough.

    No increase in HP but much, much better fuelling under 30mph, and the mid range has been completely transformed with pick-up and oomph.

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    Re: Re-mapping - what’s to gain?
    Reply #12 on: Jun 06, 2022, 08.35 pm
    Jun 06, 2022, 08.35 pm
    *Originally Posted by Dizzy [+]
    I've had my 900 GT Pro mapped by BSD Performance in Peterborough.

    No increase in HP but much, much better fuelling under 30mph, and the mid range has been completely transformed with pick-up and oomph.

    So no more top end power but more mid range, so it feels faster and easier to ride?
    Just doing as much as I can for as long as I can.

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    Re: Re-mapping - what’s to gain?
    Reply #13 on: Jun 06, 2022, 08.51 pm
    Jun 06, 2022, 08.51 pm
    Correct.
    The on/off throttle is also very smooth.

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    Re: Re-mapping - what’s to gain?
    Reply #14 on: Jun 22, 2022, 09.08 pm
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    *Originally Posted by fac191 [+]
    My 800 ran much better after the remap because you don't get that stumble where the engine is forced to pass that test.

    Just out of interest, what software/company did you use?

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    Re: Re-mapping - what’s to gain?
    Reply #15 on: Jun 24, 2022, 09.14 am
    Jun 24, 2022, 09.14 am
    Tiger 800 xcx 2017. Just replaced the air filter to a DNA one and the end can and looking for smoothing and better torque at low-middle revs, not interested for HPs. I think i need a dyno for just a curve optmization. So i will follow this thread to see what other members have done and their results.

     


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