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So I'm looking for a little help ladies and or gentlemen. I've recently purchased some upgrades to my XC, Lloydz timing wheel and Lloydz air filter; I'm adding these to my already installed Arlen Ness Big Honkers pipes and already installed PCV.

So I was hoping/wondering if anyone would be willing to share a PCV map that would work well for that set up for the time being until I get the chance to get it dyno tuned later this summer?

Just need to gather the extra funds and time to get the tune. Any assistance that can be provided is greatly appreciated at this time. Thanks in advance for any replies.
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http://www.powercommander.com

Probably pull a map right from here...

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@miller_david1 PM me your email , I will send you a map tonight that should work as good as it gets without getting it tuned on a Dyno .

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Probably pull a map right from here...
Yeah I used one from their site at first and it worked, but there doesn't seem to be much on there to what I have now, thank you though.

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@miller_david1 PM me your email , I will send you a map tonight that should work as good as it gets without getting it tuned on a Dyno .
Thank you sir, pm was sent, much appreciated.
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Where in IN are you located?If you are in the southern part your best bet is to take it to JPM and get it tuned.It runs in the $250 range and worth every penny.
they are in Hopkinsville KY

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Where in IN are you located?If you are in the southern part your best bet is to take it to JPM and get it tuned.It runs in the $250 range and worth every penny.
they are in Hopkinsville KY
Thanks for the heads up, unfortunately I'm up in northwest Indiana so that'd be a haul, which wouldn't be a bad thing, would just have to find the time away from work and family.
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Thanks for the heads up, unfortunately I'm up in northwest Indiana so that'd be a haul, which wouldn't be a bad thing, would just have to find the time away from work and family.
And they dont do Dyno on weekends.So you have to leave your bike.

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