Good point, could even be just not having the throttle position set correctly. I believe most have reported that when the throttle position wiring is faulty that they get the dreaded efi idiot light on the gauge.90% chance the throttle position wire connection is faulty and it used that crappy wire tap and wasn't soldered.
Climate will still affect how efficient the map is and could cause rich or lean areas. I don't know where you live, so I don't know how it compares to Atlanta. I would at least hook up your laptop to the PCIII and make sure the throttle position is set correctly. Then run the bike with the computer still hooked up and see how steady the throttle position stays when slowly reving it up and down.I used the map dreamstreak sent me, I also have another which MikeG sent me. Thank you both very much by the way. And my throttle position connection is soldered on and I'm not getting a efi light. Do you guys get much exhaust smoke on your bikes?
Only while it's still in cold start mode. Once you have reasonable map instead of the stock part throttle lean settings the ECU's cold start mapping becomes a little rich. No smoke once it's got some temp. There's an air temp sensor and a barometric pressure sensor (and a water temp sensor) so the EFI is self compensating for altitude and ambient temperature. When you installed your intake you did install and hook up the temp sensor in the new intake? It was in the stock backing plate. If that isn't connected you'll be sooty rich.Do you guys get much exhaust smoke on your bikes?
dream we both have the same setup from exhaust to motor bore and intake what map did you use on the pc3Good point, could even be just not having the throttle position set correctly. I believe most have reported that when the throttle position wiring is faulty that they get the dreaded efi idiot light on the gauge.