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FAQ ID # 316
Last Update : 2015/01/08
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Question / Issue
How do I interpret the map names/abbreviations?

Answer / Solution

Our map structure and labeling is:

    TRACK MAP- for use on the drag strip with air cleaner removed using oxygenated fuel (MR12, MRX01, etc.)

    STREET MAP- for use on the street with air cleaner installed using pump gas (any octane - we dyno with Shell 87 or 89)

    PUMP TRACK MAP- for use on the track with air cleaner installed using pump gas (any octane - we dyno with Shell 87 or 89)

        Note: it is not necessary to switch maps back and forth, BUT the best drivability and performance will be noticed if you do.

 

TRE installed= IVAN TRE part # TRE-008 for ZX-14 added

NOSEC= Secondary throttle plates (flies) removed

 

So:  BPP-ZX14-06-Smeg-NB-ZX106_TRACK-NOSEC_MAP1.djm 

    Is for use in a ZX-14 (-ZX-14), year 2006 (-06) with our Street Megaphone (-Smeg) with NO BAFFLE (-NB) For TRACK use with the Secondary throttle plates removed (-NOSEC) _ MAP1 is the first of a series more COULD follow if required.

 

Note: If a map file says Smeg_ (for example) that is because we must name them something (we can’t list every possible application - Smeg_CT_Gen3_AlienHead_Shortmeg – the name would be too long). The complete description is in the body of the e-mail and tell the full map use in detail: Smeg, CT single, etc.


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