*To suit FJR 1300 2001-2005 model GEN I and GEN II bikes*
Description of tuning variables and suggested modifications.
File to download
Completely Stock Bike with O2 sensor disconnected
Dale Walker slip-ons, stock or aftermarket air filter with O2 sensor disconnected
Dale Walker Headers, Two Brothers Slip ons (modified by shortening silencers), Stock or aftermarket air filter, O2 sensor disconnected
Remus slip-ons, Stock or aftermarket air filter, Stock O2 sensor disconnected
European Model, Completely Stock Bike with O2 sensor disconnected
European Model, Remus slip-ons, stock or aftermarket air filter with O2 sensor disconnected
European Model, Remus Grand Prix Racing slip-ons, stock or aftermarket air filter with O2 sensor disconnected
( I find this works well with Staintune slip-ons and a K&N filter, not more power but smoother and less idle bumpiness and low rev lash)
European Model, Remus Revolution Oval CE approved slip-ons, Stock or aftermarket air filter with O2 sensor disconnected
European Model, B.S.M. Future slip-ons, stock or aftermarket air filter with O2 sensor disconnected
Wally Kilburg PC III USB Smoothess Map (FOR GEN I BIKES)
(highly acclaimed map on other sites, I found it to be smoother, but not sure about it with the Staintunes, having the baffles out and a K&N filter, still a bit buzzy)
Wally Kilburg PC III USB Smoothess Map (FOR GEN II BIKES)
This is my custom map if you want to post it up. Ross.
It works very well for me, so others may find it okay as well.
Yamaha FJR 1300A 06 model.
Staintune mufflers, baffles in.
O2 sensor disconnected.
Standard air cleaner.
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