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Mapping 1700 storm using tuneecu

hello there. i have installed HOGSLAYERS and a K&N filter in my 2014 Storm. Im using Tuneecu to map and used the map supplied on their page. Im not particularly impressed with it so far. wondering if anyone has dyno'd their bike and has the same setup and is willing to share. Is there anywhere online i can find a better Map?
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hello there. i have installed HOGSLAYERS and a K&N filter in my 2014 Storm. Im using Tuneecu to map and used the map supplied on their page. Im not particularly impressed with it so far. wondering if anyone has dyno'd their bike and has the same setup and is willing to share. Is there anywhere online i can find a better Map?
If you still have the cat, the OEM Storm (vin up to 778751) tune for TORs (20363) should work.
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If you still have the cat, the OEM Storm (vin up to 778751) tune for TORs (20363) should work.
ok, great, thx...but where do i find TORs (20363)?
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ok, great, thx...but where do i find TORs (20363)?
NVM, i found it. This is the MAP from tuneecu website. Thats what im using right now. She,s not to happy with it. Unless im not installing properly. Basically i throw her on the cable, pull up the MAP file, download, then wait for the bike to click and the pump engages. After that i give her a start and let the idle adjust...

If i havent screwed up the install and that is pretty much all there is to it, then she's not adapting to the MAP very well at all. Fuel efficiency has worsened, and she's popping more than ever. Top end is flat.
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ok, great, thx...but where do i find TORs (20363)?
NVM, i found it. This is the MAP from tuneecu website. Thats what im using right now. She,s not to happy with it. Unless im not installing properly. Basically i throw her on the cable, pull up the MAP file, download, then wait for the bike to click and the pump engages. After that i give her a start and let the idle adjust...

If i havent screwed up the install and that is pretty much all there is to it, then she's not adapting to the MAP very well at all. Fuel efficiency has worsened, and she's popping more than ever. Top end is flat.
Assuming you have the cat installed, and there are no leaks, I wouldn’t think the your mufflers are much different from the TORs. The cat is the biggest restriction in the exhaust system. The 20363 tune should work reasonably well. You could reset the adaptations with Tunecu then turn it off and disconnect from your computer. Start the bike and let it run for 12 minutes after the fan comes on. This adapts to local conditions at idle. Check that the manifold pressure sensor tubes are not loose. These are notorious for causing problems.

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