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post #91 of 102 (permalink) Old 03-08-2016, 08:30 AM Thread Starter
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Eh not a huge fan of the Akra. I had one on my S1000rr, but it is just so expensive for the Duke, I mean $800 just for a slip on damn. I like the look and price of the Yoshimura carbon much more. If it wasn't drifting season and I have to buy a ton of tires I would have already bought the Yoshi pipe. Just not enough to justify for looks alone, not much of a power adder at this point.

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Chix all that effort and no slip-on???

Sweet set-up, am jealous. What's your opinion on the fitment of the Fresco?
Fitment is fine, no issues. Totally worth it to get rid of that awful cat.


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Just picked up a 2nd hand PC5 which has a fuel and ignition map loaded.
Anyone want to share some maps with me so I can compare?
Setup is for Full Akra & DNA S1 & S2. May have had the cam too but I'm not sure. These are the maps:
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Question for you people with PC5 installed: When you twist the throttle to WOT, does it show in PC5 as 100% under the % Throttle reading? Mine only goes up to 15%.
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2014 Duke 690 IV Mods: PC5 Tuning

I don't have one but look in your documentation for how to recalibrate the TPS function in the PC5 software.

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It will not show 100% throttle if, the bike is not running. If you start it up and rev it, it will come up correctly. The manual says to calibrate ride by wire on a dyno
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It will not show 100% throttle if, the bike is not running. If you start it up and rev it, it will come up correctly. The manual says to calibrate ride by wire on a dyno
Indeed, You don't want to go WOT while the bike is in neutral. I sort of ballparked it until I take it to the dyno next month.
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I haven't had a chance to really look over them, but here are some maps. First is fuel, second is ignition.
First one is from a member here
Second is the Arrow/stock air filter map from PC's website
Third is the Akra DB removed/stock air filter from PC's website

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Arrow/stock filter
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Akra/stock filter
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Thanks guys for a great thread! I was just curious though, those numbers it just adjusts duration of fuel? What does the numbers mean, are they incremental? + numbers increase fuel and - numbers decrease? so for example +7 is adding less fuel then +10? Could someone please clarify this?

I am in the same boat but I have a 2010 duke. I have a drop in filer and the snorkle cut out of the airbox and just modified my stock exhaust and removed the Cat. I was at around 4000-6000 feet in elevation and since i moved to sea level my bike is been running WAY to lean. So I was going to get the PC5 but these fuel tables are a little confusing having little experience with them. Is auto tune a necessity or can I just add fuel myself over the entire map?

I was planning on just getting a wideband 02 sensor and a gauge and just manually adjust fueling until it always reads the correct AFR. My only problem is I need to know what the numbers mean so I can make the adjustments. I know that is more involved then just spending the money on auto tune but it seems like more fun!
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Were these maps made by dynojet or did people post them on their site? Just wondering why the ignition maps are different.
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Thanks guys for a great thread! I was just curious though, those numbers it just adjusts duration of fuel? What does the numbers mean, are they incremental? + numbers increase fuel and - numbers decrease? so for example +7 is adding less fuel then +10? Could someone please clarify this?
From Googleing it when I was trying to adjust mine seems like the - are a subtracted percentage and the + are an added percentage.

-7 would be 7% less fuel
+9 would be 9% more fuel

Not sure how the PC system works on a 2010 though as most of us are dealing with the drive by wire Dukes.

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Were these maps made by dynojet or did people post them on their site? Just wondering why the ignition maps are different.
I honestly don't know, I would assume the maps on the DJ website would be approved by them. I tried the Arrow map for ****s and giggles when I was trouble shooting my map. Super dead map for my mods, but it gave me something to work with.


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