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Woolich racing AFR / Autotune target

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I have woolich kit with autotune, and i make my self maps but i want to know what your AFR setting your use for IAP map and TPS map.

I want the best setting for smoother and powerfull.

I have try many thing but not really really smooth.

Thanks a lot

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I used the bazzaz system to make mapping when I did my M4. It did pretty good, but it did require a few tweaks for a month of riding. I used AFR of 13.0 for the map as that is what I found what the tuners strive for.

My bazzaz unit didn't mess with the ignition and TPS (I had fixed the stock TPS adjustment during install) and it wasn't bad. When I did my motor work I had a tuner shop use the Woolich to custom all 3 for the best output.

It is better, but still the on off is lacking and it still feels like there are some hesitation in the bike going WOT at some points.
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On my old super duke I was running 13.2
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Thanks for your reply ,

When you can flash yourself your motorcycle you can choose IAP map or TPS map, IAP map under 15 % throttle so i think for IAP map 13.2 AFR is too rich .

Somebody have tune himself ? with woolich ?

Thanks !
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Thanks for your reply ,

When you can flash yourself your motorcycle you can choose IAP map or TPS map, IAP map under 15 % throttle so i think for IAP map 13.2 AFR is too rich .

Somebody have tune himself ? with woolich ?

Thanks !
I feel the same. I have my IAP at around 14.5, for as much as I can get it there. And then from TPS, basically a gradual transition from 14.5 to 13.2 right before 100% throttle and I'm very happy with the feel.... I think those are the numbers anyways.
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I feel the same. I have my IAP at around 14.5, for as much as I can get it there. And then from TPS, basically a gradual transition from 14.5 to 13.2 right before 100% throttle and I'm very happy with the feel.... I think those are the numbers anyways.
i have try 13-13.2 for iap map but not really happy, and the bike smell little .. the power is here okay but the smoother not really.

I have set AFR to stock with little richer for afr like you 14.5 for high iap 60-40 to 13.5 for 5-0.

Torromow i will try this setting.

Can you tell me your setting (woolich ? ignition ? second throttle ?) jones ? exhaust ? filter ? and picture ? i show you my bike tomorrow

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What year is your bike?
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what year is your bike?
2016 why ?
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I'm using the Woolich Racing software and also have the Power Commander V set up with Autotune to manage the fuel maps - so much easier than using a dyno - even though I have a dyno of my own.



I wrote about what I have done so far on the Snatchy Throttle thread here:

[URL="https://www.gsxs1000.org/forum/398682-post235.html"]https://www.gsxs1000.org/forum/398682-post235.html[URL]

but I am also detailing what I have done on a blog here:

https://suzukigsxs1000.blogspot.com/

Greetings

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I'm using the Woolich Racing software and also have the Power Commander V set up with Autotune to manage the fuel maps - so much easier than using a dyno - even though I have a dyno of my own.



I wrote about what I have done so far on the Snatchy Throttle thread here:

[URL="https://www.gsxs1000.org/forum/398682-post235.html"]https://www.gsxs1000.org/forum/398682-post235.html[URL]

but I am also detailing what I have done on a blog here:

https://suzukigsxs1000.blogspot.com/

Greetings

Richard
Thanks for your reply. Nice blog !

Can you tell my your target AFR for IAP and TPS map or TPS if you use only power V ? for best torq smothness ?

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