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I'm currently using the canned PCV map from DJ. It's for a Wings pipe, and open/stock intake.

It's pretty good, but wondering if I should spring for the canned map from Rottweiler.

anybody try both @ sea level?
 

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In the real world you might notice a very minor difference. Having the PC map in the first place probably made the most difference that you will feel. Switching maps might show some subtle differences but there's only one way to know for sure........
 

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Just an update.

I installed a wings slip on (large baffle installed), an EVO1 airbox lid, PCV, and using the canned (003) map from PC, and the bike is pretty much perfect! Spot on fueling from off idle to red line and bike feels very nice now.
 

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In a few days I'll let you know about a 2018SM with Wings can ( no baffle ) Rottweiler intake & SAS / Evap out kit topped off with a PCV that has a map for all of that, including an ignition remap. ( Power Commander through Rottweiler or vice/versa)
 

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I live at sea level, but often ride up country in the mountains as well , I’ve used Rottweiler maps on my 690 Enduro, and 701 Supermoto, with excellent results, it may not be quite as good as a day on the dyno, but at a price of $50 compared to $1,500 ... it’s a fraction of what that data cost to get, and it’s money well spent.
If you really want to make that thing go use Rottweiler intake system, open slip on muffler, Rottweiler download into a powercommander 5, now that’s Performance.
 

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I tried the rottweiler map with ignition timing and it's not for me. Seems it will be very nice for the Enduro bikes with it's smooth power delivery and tons of engine brake.

On my sumo, it feels choked up and the canned 003 map from PC is much better.
 

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I’m running the PC5 with Rottweiler custom tune , Rottweiler intake system, Arrow full Titanium Exhaust system ( head pipe, mid pipe, no cat, slip on muffler with baffle out, SAS removed, this thing is outrageous...power everywhere, I’ve had a TM Racing 450and 530 ( Black Dream) a Aprilia SXV 550 tuned to the max. A super trick Honda XR650 R, and many more, this thing smokes em all, badly.
 

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I just installed the Wings can, a PCV, A Rottweiller Air intake plus the SAS & evap can removal kit. Had the PCV mapped with the Rotty/DynoJet map for all of that with the ignition map option. The map works real good for me. Nothing much more than stock up at the higher revs but the low/mid range picked up just enough to make things interesting. Not a crazy wild improvement down there but definitely noticeable in a very good way. The bike seems to have more engine braking now & I like that. No real change in idle, not any less smooth on acceleration but accelerates faster in that low-mid range.

A note about the Wings can. I thought I was going to run it with no baffles. That lasted all of about 15 seconds before I decided that it would be way too loud. I mean way too loud. I think it might be louder than a straight pipe. So I put the larger opening baffle on ( the shorter one without the spark arrester ). It still has a screen on the can end but I think it makes a perfect noise. Sort of a loud nuisance but still shy of obnoxious. :thumbup:
 

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Is that a 018 KTM Enduro R turned Supermoto? Or a Husky 701 SM? My bike is loud, but only when I’m on the power hard,it’s always a trade off , but I bought it for the Hooligan side. I always gear down my bikes, most bikes are geared wrong ( to high) to meet some other criteria, like emissions, gas mileage, ect. The 701 has a top speed over 120, and that’s a number that it will hardly ever see, I geared it down one tooth on the C/S sprocket, from a stock 16 T to a 15T, much more lively around town and on backroads, and that’s what I bought it for.
 

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Is that a 018 KTM Enduro R turned Supermoto? Or a Husky 701 SM? My bike is loud, but only when I’m on the power hard,it’s always a trade off , but I bought it for the Hooligan side. I always gear down my bikes, most bikes are geared wrong ( to high) to meet some other criteria, like emissions, gas mileage, ect. The 701 has a top speed over 120, and that’s a number that it will hardly ever see, I geared it down one tooth on the C/S sprocket, from a stock 16 T to a 15T, much more lively around town and on backroads, and that’s what I bought it for.
If you are talking to me then mine is the 2018 Husky 701 SM. So far I find the gearing just fine. Not in any hurry to drop a tooth up front but it's still early in the game too. I like my bikes on the loud side, in fact on the loud side of loud, but not straight pipe loud.
 

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I also run my wings with a baffle installed. It's just the right amount of noise, but the intake is as loud or louder than the pipe.

Maybe one day i'll get a real dyno map made, but after experimenting with a bunch of maps, i'm pretty happy with the 003 map from DJ.

I think the rottweiler map runs really rich for my particular bike.
 

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I’m running the PC5 with Rottweiler custom tune , Rottweiler intake system, Arrow full Titanium Exhaust system ( head pipe, mid pipe, no cat, slip on muffler with baffle out, SAS removed, this thing is outrageous...power everywhere, I’ve had a TM Racing 450and 530 ( Black Dream) a Aprilia SXV 550 tuned to the max. A super trick Honda XR650 R, and many more, this thing smokes em all, badly.
Interesting comparison with some powerful bikes!
I’m pretty happy with the power and delivery of my 701. Similar mods to yours. (Stock header, “Evo II” “Pod” air filter)
 

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i have a year 2018 701SM, mods: PCV, rottweiler intake, SAS removal, Arrows slip on. PCV has two maps which came with a purchase of rottweiler intake, i would like to try those maps which are in DJ website, i noticed there are maps which are for european models, but i would like to upload the 003 map which is the most agressive, but it is not said that it suits european models. Question is, is it safe to upload it and try? :hmmm::headscrat
 

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i have a year 2018 701SM, mods: PCV, rottweiler intake, SAS removal, Arrows slip on. PCV has two maps which came with a purchase of rottweiler intake, i would like to try those maps which are in DJ website, i noticed there are maps which are for european models, but i would like to upload the 003 map which is the most agressive, but it is not said that it suits european models. Question is, is it safe to upload it and try? <img src="http://supermotojunkie.com/images/smilies/Hmmmm.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Hmmm" class="inlineimg" /><img src="http://supermotojunkie.com/images/smilies/headscratch.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Head Scratch" class="inlineimg" />
Why not just use the US 003 map? I didn't bother trying the euro maps.
 

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Because I'm from Europe and I have Euro model, that's why I'm asking, is it safe to use 03 map.
Sorry, I read your question wrong and didn't realize you are from Europe.

I am unsure of the differences between US and Euro bikes.
 

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Uploaded dynojet 003 map and nothing bad happened, so it seems that it is ok to put it on PCV where original ecu has european base map. To be honest it feels like original Rottweiler power + ignition map feels a bit more aggressive. One thing comes in mind that it is tuned exactly for my setup - Arrows exhaust, rottweiler intake, SAS removal kit where DynoJet tune is made on Akrapovic, aftermarket intake (not explained which one) and no info regarding SAS removal during tune.

So if anyone is interested i can provide with rottweiler power map + ignition, power map w/o ignition timing and one more suitable for every day use, these maps are 50eur each in their website.
 

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PCV Map for EVO2 Camshaft + intake/exhaust

Hi!

Sorry if this has been covered somewhere already but I haven't been able to find it, still navigating all the great info..

I'm looking for a PCV map for my 2016 Husky 701SM with the following mods:

Rottweiler intake
Yoshi slip on
EVO2 camshaft

I have seen plenty of maps for the intake and exhaust but nothing that covers the camshaft, any recommendations would be hugely appreciated!

Unrelated but I will also install the factory pro shift kit, rear brake dongle and have gone down a tooth on the front sprocket :D

Cant wait till shes all complete.

Thanks!
 
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