That makes good sense - I have the same setup - filter too.So you leave your crank case breather (connection is under left front fairing) open ended?
My solution for this was - reinstall crankcase breather from under left front fairing to Rott. baseplate. The other hose coming from the SAS (emissions I guess), I built a small filter on the open end so it's still filtered and functional.
Anyway, went for the first ride today and man, this thing rides so much smoother and rips like no tomorrow with the PCV mapped to Rott Intake and Wings slip on. One thing, do I need the fuel dongle too?
The fuel dongle is designed to take out the majority of the trim area of the fuel map. The places where the bike runs closest to llambda and sometimes leaner (by design).
The fuel dongle is essential if one is useing the powercommander _ as it disables the correction the ecu is doing in the area up to 5000rpm at upto 10%throttle(iirc). (Closed feedback loop area) this allows a static program to be used in those areas.
If you are running without catalyst and emissions - then your bike will adapt to this area eventually.
If you want to fix your fueling ratios if your modifying timing - it will give you stable results to use the dongle.
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