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Old 12-25-2012, 11:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey all,

I just received a PC3 and have a completely stock warrior. What do I need to do now? Any adjustments? I'm under the impression that all new bikes run super lean to pass the initial US emissions requirement. Is there a map to download to get a more rich mixture (optimized for a non lean burn?)
I'd like the engine to run correctly/cool without taking emissions into account.
I'm at about 15 feet above sea level.

Soon I will receive the Churchkey Vback and plate and am assuming will need to download a map specific to that.....I havn't even opened the PC3 box yet.

Thanks!
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check my link to the maps and see if you find anything you like. the burrito map is pretty popular.
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Welcome to the forum and congrats on the PCIII. Do yourself a favor and begin doing a search and read the massive amount of threads regarding maps and the PCIII availabe in the RSW universe. Most maps are available via Robriguez's site with the link below his signature.

I have some PC3 related articles in my blog and you can take a look at the following thread I began a while back:
PCIII/V custom map discussion

Any further questions, feel free to send me a PM.

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check my link to the maps and see if you find anything you like. the burrito map is pretty popular.

It must always be refered to as the BURRITO map....lower case will not do it justice

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i believe RX developed that map, so you're talking to the best. forum member Craig is also a master of the PC
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Both of you....Thanks!!!

I'll open the box this weekend and try to get it going. Have never installed a PC so not sure how everything goes. I guess I'll try the BURRITO map. No chance of running too lean anywhere right?
Should I keep that same map for the Vbak stuff?

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look at the list of maps. there is a different one for different variations of pipes and intakes. you want a different one for a vbak.
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look at the list of maps. there is a different one for different variations of pipes and intakes. you want a different one for a vbak.
I swear I looked a few times but couldn't find a map for stock exhaust + Vbak.
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