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Default 07 timing maps inside for stage 1

I have all the race tuner maps from the screamin eagle race tuner for the 883 stage 1, 1200 stage 1, and the 1200 stage 2. I am posting the 1200 stage 1 if you want the others let me know and i will post them. This could be handy for those with Daytona twin tech ignitions and carburetors. all the rev limits are set at 7000 rpm so I guess HD figures the engine will live at that.

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Can ya repost in English please?

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I should have put this in the high tech department.
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haha!!

Nah, its cool. I just thought it was funny!
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Na, this is where it belongs... even i can comprehend all of it.

Simply put its a spreadsheet and you can copy the info right onto an ignition programmer.

Its just the ignition timing at a givin RPM.

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I have all the race tuner maps from the screamin eagle race tuner for the 883 stage 1, 1200 stage 1, and the 1200 stage 2. I am posting the 1200 stage 1 if you want the others let me know and i will post them. This could be handy for those with Daytona twin tech ignitions and carburetors.

Interesting... these maps look considerably different from Turbota's map, which many of us are using. I must admit that I did not bother to convert the units so I am not comparing apples-to-apples, but if you rotate the table so that it lines up with the Twin-Tech map there are some big differences. My bike seems to run great with Turbota's map, so I can't help but wonder if the difference in maps is due to FI vs carb, or if one of these maps leaves something to be desired. Maybe the SE race tuner map is tuned with emissions in mind?
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Interesting that they have a timing offset between the front and rear cylinders at lower RPMs. Anyone have any idea why they would do that?

Also if this is just for the ignition does it really matter if the bike is EFI or carbed? Unless they are playing with the fuel flow at the different RPM's at the same time I can't believe that it would make a difference what induction system you are using. If your carb is setup correctly, not to lean or not to rich, things should be fine is my thought. I'm open for comments.

Also Johnny G how about posting the maps for 1200 Stage 2? Might be interesting if comparing them with Stage 1 and Turbota's.
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Where can we find Turbota 's map?

Does anyone have posted the suggested maps from TwinTec?

Does anyone know where the stock carb models (04-06) are at compared to these? What about the SE ignitions for carb models? I would like to do some comparison, but I need to know where I'm starting at. Does anyone know what the ICM reflash for 04 models changes exactly?

If anyone knows any of this stuff that'd be really cool. When changing ignitions I plan to go with a twintec, and it would be nice to have an idea where to set it.
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