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i need some mapping help

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    Posted: July/17/2011 at 2:34am

I've got a 2007 zx14 with the brock's Aleinhead, a BMC air filter and a pcIII . The pcIII it set to stock and i need help finding a good street\strip map for my pcIII, can anybody help me ?

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Go to our homepage, www.brocksperformance.com, at the top there is a place that says map support, fill out that form completely and submit it and they will email you the maps that you need.
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already have and my maps are here, thanks a million!

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can you guys help me out ? i need to know how to get my bike to come alive on the bottom end right out of 1st and on into 2nd. its like it bogs out then comes alive in mid throddle, i guess im looking for quicker throddle responce .
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Have you removed your secondary butterflies?
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If not I would do that, you will need to switch the map when you do that also, map support has those maps if they didn't already send them to you last time.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Guests Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July/20/2011 at 11:31am
Removing them gives you about 50 ft/lbs of torque around 3000 RPMs on the 06-07s, it really wakes up the bike, turns that bad boy into a totally new animal.
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no i haven't , is it a simple task,and how long will it take to get them out ? where can i find a how to vid on thing like this becuase I'm a hands on guy and I dont like for people to know what's been done to my bike. It's all on a need to know bases and they dont need to know!!!!!!!!!!!Wink
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If you go into the private section of the forum, Brock has posted instructions on how to do so. It is a pretty simple process.
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