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I've searched all over and can't find a thread with settings for different
combinations and the effect of those settings. My case is the Bbob mod to my
mufflers with the 1 1/8" hole saw to the baffle block off plate and two 3/8" holes
to the backplate on my XC and tomorrow a lloydz filter. I am going to have a dyno
run done after the bike has 5000 miles. Seems like a good thing to help people set up their bike.

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I couldn't find a thread on this subject either. I've had the VFC3 in for a few months now. What I have found is that the Vic is very forgiving! (to a point)...I found a good baseline setting where I am pretty happy about the way it runs. G 1.5, Y 3, R 2.5, GB 1, YB, 4.5, RB 3.5. I recently made some small changes to see if I could address the occaisional pop out the exhaust when upshifting. I changed G to 2, Y to 4, and R to 3. I will keep it like this for a while and decide the next step, if any. Once you've found a good baseline setting for your bike, only make really minor tweeks from there. I keep the settings on a sheet of paper in my garage. If I make a change, I record the new settings and the reason for making the change. This way, I can always get back to a good place. Sooner or later I'll dyno it and see how far off I am...lol

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I couldn't find a thread on this subject either. I've had the VFC3 in for a few months now. What I have found is that the Vic is very forgiving! (to a point)...I found a good baseline setting where I am pretty happy about the way it runs. G 1.5, Y 3, R 2.5, GB 1, YB, 4.5, RB 3.5. I recently made some small changes to see if I could address the occaisional pop out the exhaust when upshifting. I changed G to 2, Y to 4, and R to 3. I will keep it like this for a while and decide the next step, if any. Once you've found a good baseline setting for your bike, only make really minor tweeks from there. I keep the settings on a sheet of paper in my garage. If I make a change, I record the new settings and the reason for making the change. This way, I can always get back to a good place. Sooner or later I'll dyno it and see how far off I am...lol
What mufflers do you have? Thanks for the response this is what I'm looking for.

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2015 Suzuki V-Strom DL650 (bought new 4/26/17)
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Lloydz high-flow air cleaner
Bassani baffled OEM mufflers
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I got the stock, non stage 1 mufflers....All my other mods are listed in my signature. I am thinking about a set of RCX mufflers from WD, however. ..

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Installed my VFC today and Danny from Lloydz included numbers for my setup.

1 1/8" hole saw to the baffle block off plate, two 3/8 holes in the end plate

Lloydz hiflow air filter


g-3.5
y-3
r-1
gb-0
yb-5
rb-3

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2015 Suzuki V-Strom DL650 (bought new 4/26/17)
2006 Triumph Rocket III Classic
1/4 turn throttle ring
Tank riser
VM-1 DR cams
Timing wheel +4
Lloydz high-flow air cleaner
Bassani baffled OEM mufflers
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1 1/8" hole saw
How do you like the sound of this?



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How do you like the sound of this?
Love it wouldn't change a thing. Rapps when you get on it dead quiet at cruise.

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2015 Suzuki V-Strom DL650 (bought new 4/26/17)
2006 Triumph Rocket III Classic
1/4 turn throttle ring
Tank riser
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Lloydz high-flow air cleaner
Bassani baffled OEM mufflers
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I couldn't find a thread on this subject either. I've had the VFC3 in for a few months now. What I have found is that the Vic is very forgiving! (to a point)...I found a good baseline setting where I am pretty happy about the way it runs. G 1.5, Y 3, R 2.5, GB 1, YB, 4.5, RB 3.5. I recently made some small changes to see if I could address the occaisional pop out the exhaust when upshifting. I changed G to 2, Y to 4, and R to 3. I will keep it like this for a while and decide the next step, if any. Once you've found a good baseline setting for your bike, only make really minor tweeks from there. I keep the settings on a sheet of paper in my garage. If I make a change, I record the new settings and the reason for making the change. This way, I can always get back to a good place. Sooner or later I'll dyno it and see how far off I am...lol
Why the G 1.5? Gas milage?

Why the GB of 1 to control decel pop?

2015 Cross Country (bought new 7/11/15)
2015 Suzuki V-Strom DL650 (bought new 4/26/17)
2006 Triumph Rocket III Classic
1/4 turn throttle ring
Tank riser
VM-1 DR cams
Timing wheel +4
Lloydz high-flow air cleaner
Bassani baffled OEM mufflers
PC-V 118hp 116tq
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if i remember right gb should be at zero unless running NOS

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if i remember right gb should be at zero unless running NOS
That's what I've read also but it was stated it gives a shot of fuel at letoff for NOS and it works for reducing backfire.

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2015 Suzuki V-Strom DL650 (bought new 4/26/17)
2006 Triumph Rocket III Classic
1/4 turn throttle ring
Tank riser
VM-1 DR cams
Timing wheel +4
Lloydz high-flow air cleaner
Bassani baffled OEM mufflers
PC-V 118hp 116tq
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