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  8. iAlex
    02-16-2013 02:13 PM - permalink
    Hey Bro hope all is well, went on a ride last week with Gary1256day and well rumor has it you might have an extra Speedstar exhaust.....any plans of parting with it?? I currently have Jardine exhaust and well after seeing and hearing your ride last July at that Long Beach meet and great I prefer the Sportier Warrior look over the cruiser look, any who let me know bro, thanks
  9. rx_warrior
    08-14-2012 01:56 AM - permalink
    sent you a message MK
  10. metrickkruzer
    07-08-2012 10:04 AM - permalink
    Hey rx_warrior,
    Would it be possible to get a copy of your Modified Amospro's Map?
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Posted 03-18-2012 at 02:57 AM by rx_warrior Comments 0
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After struggling to open the transfer case fill hole with a large washer, 50 cent coin (not thick enough), screw driver, crow bar, shovel, etc, I looked into all the junk I have removed from the bike over the years and voila!!! Best part is....FREEEEEEEEEEEE

Part #41: STAY 2, 5PX-14414-01-00

It has the perfect curve and thickness (allows it to stay put and not slip off), comes with...

Posted 04-25-2011 at 12:36 PM by rx_warrior Comments 0
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So how much better is a map for each individual cylinder vs a single map for both as most PC maps? Very few custom "advanced" maps exist for the Warrior, but there is at least one good one that may shed some light on the subject.


2007 Yamaha Road Star Warrior
Speed Star Exhaust
Baron's Big Air kit
Rob`s Dyno Service Custom Advance Map 05-20-07

Here is fuel table 1:

Posted 04-25-2011 at 12:35 PM by rx_warrior Comments 0
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IMHO, the most important things about a custom map are improved drivability which includes smoothness of the throttle (especially at low speed in the 0-20% TPs), responsiveness, and reduction in popping and pooping. I think you got some decent numbers there. If you want you can send me your map and I will compare it to other maps to see if I can incorporare parts of it into the Burrito.

Here is a map I made by averaging all the maps that closely resemble my map in the hope that averaging...

Posted 04-25-2011 at 12:34 PM by rx_warrior Comments 0
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OK I am back up. Now let's discuss some points:

I think in order to truely understand how the PCIII works and how different maps affect performance, we have to first understand the fundamentals of injection duration for the Warrior. I encourage eveyone to read pages 1-3 through 1-29 in the service manual as I don't have the time to go over all the details.

These figures are woth a thousand words:


Posted 04-25-2011 at 12:32 PM by rx_warrior Comments 0
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OK so I have been studying the PCIII maps provided by Dynojet for quite some time now, and here is my priliminary conclusions:

1. Most of the maps are junk!
2. There are major inconsistancies among the maps when comparing mods (i.e. open velocity stacks vs Baron's BAK)
3. See #1

Take for example:

map M403-028:
2002-2004 Yamaha Warrior
Vance & Hines Propipe
Yamaha power up kit
Open velocity stacks


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