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PC-V Cobra Map Download

Here's the link for the PC-V Cobra map download page.
With and without baffles.. (Right click and Save As)
http://www.tony-fury.com/PC-V/
Special thanks to Rtrombone68 for providing the zip file.
If anyone get's any other map's please let me know and I will post them up to the web site.
I will build a web page for this soon..:rolleyes:
 

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The only thing that would bother me about auto tune is that it is constantly changing the tune of the bike based upon that sensor - of that sensor goes bad youre screwed - with a tune on your bike it will keep the same tune - just keeps me feeling warm and fuzzy - however this is also from a guy who has no wrench turning experience what so ever.
 

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Here's the link for the PC-V Cobra map download page.
With and without baffles.. (Right click and Save As)
http://www.tony-fury.com/PC-V/
Special thanks to Rtrombone68 for providing the zip file.
If anyone get's any other map's please let me know and I will post them up to the web site.
I will build a web page for this soon..:rolleyes:
Cant get any map out of this
 

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There are only two maps on the site.
The links to the maps are at the bottom of the web page.
I failed to test the web page with Internet Explorer.. my bad..

User Provided Maps (pvm files)

Cobra pipes with baffles - http://www.tony-fury.com/PC-V/Maps/20091001CobraWithBaffels.pvm

Cobra pipes without baffles - http://www.tony-fury.com/PC-V/Maps/20091001CobraBaffelsRemoved.pvm
This is all I have , Both off dynojets web page . Top > stock performance . Bottom > cobra pipes , assumming with baffles , stock air intake . Still looking for cobra pipes no baffles and spike air intake map
 

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Ok - I just got off the phone with a Dyno Shop. They are going to tune the fury next thursday.

The dude told me that i shouldnt remove the baffles because the bike will not run right, will have popping and back firing on deceleration , and will lose power.

How does the bike run and sound with the Baffles Removed.

I need a no shizz assessment.

He also told me he could cut the baffles and shorten them so we could keep back pressure and get louder. Any thoughts?

Thanks
nice set of hooters there:p My mechanic at the dealer said the popping and backfiring will do no harm to my bike...i put on slip on muffs and no controller so I notice the bike runs a little off but nothing that bothers me and I like the popping on deceleration...thats just me...you should see the people freak when they are walking down the street and i come by in 1st gear then let off the throttle!!!!:D sounds mean and nasty..it might bother some guys but why pay to have it adjusted twice since I want the spike intake and can't afford it right now...I think slip ons are the way to go for guys with a tight budget...it really does make big, noticeable difference on sound, and I feel a the throttle response is a little quicker...check it out for yourself

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihjfUUVYN-0
 
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