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So I looked and searched around, but can't find a map close to what I will have installed. I will have ATG +4, Lloyd's TTs, rpw deal 2-1. Anyone have anything close to that. Plan on getting a full dyno later when my bonus comes in. It's a 15 Vegas 8 ball. I am installing the components this weekend, and would like it basically set until I can ride up to a dyno shop later on.

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Check the Vic Shop’s website. Rylan has a download area with maps for various bikes and equipment combos.

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Check the Vic Shop’s website. Rylan has a download area with maps for various bikes and equipment combos.
Thanks for the response. Just checked with them and it looks like the closest is the "106 steel vm1 cam lloyds tt intake aftermarket 2-1 exhaust". My only question to this is for the vm1 cam, does that mean the aftermarket cams by lloyds or equivalent, or is it the stock ones? If it is for the upgraded cams any ideas how I could alter it to account for stock cams?
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I would call and ask Rylan. I understand he is pretty good about helping us Vic riders. He has a great reputation.

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I would call and ask Rylan. I understand he is pretty good about helping us Vic riders. He has a great reputation.
Sweet thanks alot I will call him today.
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Thanks for the response. Just checked with them and it looks like the closest is the "106 steel vm1 cam lloyds tt intake aftermarket 2-1 exhaust". My only question to this is for the vm1 cam, does that mean the aftermarket cams by lloyds or equivalent, or is it the stock ones? If it is for the upgraded cams any ideas how I could alter it to account for stock cams?
VM-1 cams are aftermarket cams not stock, they make a huge difference in your tune so if you don't have cams that's probably not the tune for you.

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What vindex said. If you load a "cam" map into a stock motor you could quite possibly break something at worst and for sure probably run like crap.
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