Bazzaz maps???

Discussion in 'Gen II Busa Information' started by Dozerdriver, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. Dozerdriver

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    Anyone have any full exhaust base maps for the Bazzaz? I have a full Tsukigi cannon exhaust. Everything else stock. I can only find slip on maps.
     
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    ::51

    I want pics when your finished and a full video of your "sound system"

    I am sure someone soon will chime in with help.
     
  3. GPW

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    For now you could increase our overall slip-on map increase by 17% should make things safer until your tune. Right click highlight entire map, increment by 17%, save before and after changes.

    Greg
     
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    Greg or any body who knows, am I doing something wrong? It increases everything to a positive... no more negative #'s. I am going to wait for a response before I try this. I am working with this offline if that matters. Hoping to get the tune next week. I got pictures....:thumbsup:
     

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  5. Got-Busa?

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    I can tell you now that if you increase it by that much, the bike is going to be a complete DOG! I would take the slip-on map that Bazzaz provides and add maybe 5% max for now accross the board. If you have the self mapper that will get you closer but 17% is way to fat for a pipe and pump gas!

    There are a few areas that will increase a bunch during a custom tune but not nearly that FAT across the board, that's crazy unless you are running race gas!
     
  6. GPW

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    I have tuned 22 Hayabusa's with the Bazzaz...the fuel will make you safe, not fast until you can get in here for a tune in our $55,000 dyno room. ::4
     
  7. GPW

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    It will richen the entire map. I do this on every busa I tune as a starting point. I tune each bike on its own not up load a base map and tweak it. The 17% will keep you safe.
     
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    Count on Greg! :thumbsup:
     
  9. Got-Busa?

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    So if I've tuned over 100 bikes and have a $100k dyno room does that mean I know more than you...?




    If you only knew...
     
  10. Johnnycheese

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    Damm why did you spend so much?

    I didn't and still tune fast ass bike
    sorry Greg you left yourself open:banghead:
     
  11. SANDFLEA85

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    I ran my gen1 at 10% fat(NOS), got like 20mpg on that,cant imagine what 17% will do
     
  12. ToXSicK RoCKeT

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    Got to remember though, Gen1 and Gen2 are apples and oranges...... Not saying 17% is the correct increase(especially with Bazzaz), but your 10% was for 4 injectors NOT 8. You also have to take into consideration that @ 7500rpm(when the secondary injectors fire)the ecu cuts the primaryz in half.
     
  13. Got-Busa?

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    It doesn't matter, 17% increase is a complete joke for ALL values across the board. If he's getting a custom tune next week, he's better off just poking around with the slip-on map that Bazzaz provides....
     
  14. GPW

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    When are you bringing it in for a custom map? Tuned for pump gas correct, thats what I run on our bike.
     
  15. SANDFLEA85

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    not too many ppl riding around over 7500rpms majority of the time,esp on stock gearing,I bet riding to work and around town,I hardly get over 5000rpms:whistle:
     
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    Hoping Friday... :please:
     
  17. GPW

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    Will shoot you a note in the morning. ::4
     
  18. ToXSicK RoCKeT

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    Not disagreeing with you on this.......17% is VERY rich, i dont even think the bike would run?? But from what i "hear" Greg is a pretty good builder/tuner so maybe he knows something we dont :dunno:
     
  19. GPW

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    I am tuning the bike this weekend.
    The Tsukigi Cannon has the largest (MM) exhaust outlet (EXIT) out of any of the Gen II pipes other than a sidewinder...it gets very thirsty (LEAN) fast.....
     
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  20. ToXSicK RoCKeT

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    Very interesting, would you mind sharing the before and after numbers :please: ? May the HP Gawds be with you guyz! ::4
     

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