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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-11-2014, 05:52 AM Thread Starter
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your 2014 yfz450r pcv maps

Anyone want to share your pcv map. 22-007 pcv

I have a full rossier and open air box for now
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-11-2014, 05:53 AM Thread Starter
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O and can anyone help me get tid of the bog? How do I adjust the accelerator pump
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post #3 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-11-2014, 10:41 AM
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I though I already posted this but for some reason it didn't show. I would sell the pcv and buy a vortex! Honestly I haven't heard of anyone completely get rid of the bog with the pcv or msd even on the dyno without multiple runs. For that money and the ease of getting rid of the bog buy the vortex put it on and bog is gone. Just my personal opinion. Now I know some will have remedied it but not without a hassle or still having a slight bog after.

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Well I got a good deal on an auto tune as well so im hoping it helps. I did some playing and researching. And got rid of most o the bog. I know its running lean still. Ill get back fire and popping sometimes.

Whats weird is the only tune I can get it to even run with is a real aggressive tune from an 09-13

The issue is I cant find a tune specifically for a 14
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Well I got a good deal on an auto tune as well so im hoping it helps. I did some playing and researching. And got rid of most o the bog. I know its running lean still. Ill get back fire and popping sometimes.

Whats weird is the only tune I can get it to even run with is a real aggressive tune from an 09-13

The issue is I cant find a tune specifically for a 14
If you are using one of the pre-installed maps from the PCV software you will need to modify the map further to eliminate the bog. Add more fuel to your existing map from 0 to 3500 RPM in the 2 - 15% throttle range.
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Ok I have it down pretty much perfect. Messed with the accelerator pump and added the auto tuner. Which is worth the $ imo
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If you are using one of the pre-installed maps from the PCV software you will need to modify the map further to eliminate the bog. Add more fuel to your existing map from 0 to 3500 RPM in the 2 - 15% throttle range.
So you really can fix the bog using a PC5? When I had mine installed it made the bog worse lol... I now have full FMF megabomb and slip on system on order. Should have it in a few weeks. Going to do the AIS delete as well. Hope this works!
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can you post your map and accel pump number?
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