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Hi guys
I searched through the forum a little before posting this but truthfully i just need to ask.
I'm just wondering if anyone in the UK has a PCV map that has been tweaked with auto tune that i could try in my bike??
Most of the standard maps off the website i try are a bit poor leaving the bike spluttering or bogging on throttle.
My bike is running a full Doma exhaust system, AIS delete, 38 Motorsport oil breather, standard air pipe with a highflo air filter and a vertex size b standard bore piston.

Bike is 2018 with 20 hours

Everyone is going to say buy a vortex i know that but i don't have the cash for 1 just right now so im working with what i have.
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If you have an autotune any map will be a basic beginning base. Any basic exhaust, no lid and aftermarket filter map should be a decent start. it is worth noting that a PCV dyno-tuned vs auto-tuned produce a different fuel slope. The dyno maps always look fatter on the bottom due to what appears to be that the pulls are done at hard throttle, not a gradually sustained throttle. Love my PCV and would only change if the Vortex came with an auto tuner like I am used to. Been using the PCV for years with little to no issues on multiple bikes with multiple different parts and tunes for each location i ride at regularly.
 

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Thanks for you're reply.
I don't have auto tune unfortunately and i don.t have a dyno close by. I have tweaked a map and my bike feels quite good with a nice colour plug, I just feel i could get more out of it before i start with ignition timing
 

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The autotune is very helpful and worth getting if you want peace of mind. The ignition values did help a ton and smoothed out the throttle a bit. Also, every ignition tune I have seen looks just like the one I use below. I have seen only slight differences if any between most I have looked at.
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I am not sure why my old post pics went mia but here is an old base map I had from a proflo intake with no lid and motoworks exhaust with a spark arrestor.
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Thanks for the pics il certainly try both and see how my bike runs. i must say my fuel map seems a good bit different. il post below to compare
 

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Im using power core so it looks a little different, Just doing a quick google search where only around 100ft above see level in northern ireland
 

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Do you have an accelerator pump setup. mine is currently 25% more fuel starting at 5% throttle lasting up to 7000 RPM
 

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Before I had an autotune I used the accelerator pump settings. It really made the bike jumpy and fall on its face. Almost always it created a twitchy feeling and the need to hold full throttle more often.
 

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sounds like i need auto tune lol. i got my pcv for £100 sterling. everyone in the uk goes mad for the vortex so the pcv is cheap over here. i dont fancy butchering up my new exhaust though
 

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I hear you, I was worried when I did it the 1st time but it was totally worth it. Sometimes you see used headers on eBay for fair. see if your stock header fits in your aftermarket pipe, although it might not be 100% correct it would still be pretty close.
 
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