By GuestI just modded Cozye's PC3 map and ran it on my '06, pretty impressive power gains with gas milage savings at highway speeds to boot. VTEC is pretty smooth too. I'm going to run it for a while to see how it does. If anyone else decides to run it let me know how it does for you.
By cozyeThanks a million to HS for setting up this downloads section. Well, here is my map for everyone to download. This is the same map that is featured in Motorcyclist Magazine (May,07 pg 159).
This map should work perfectly on any 2002-2005 VFR with aftermarket slip on and o2 eliminators. It will work well on any vtec really, regardless of exhaust. If running stock exhaust you may want to go in and lean it up just a touch. Try it first though and see before tweaking. If anyone feels like they can make some improvements, go for it. Many minds are greater than one.
I believe Tinyminds has dyno'd this map and got around 101 hp or so.
This map wont work well on 2006-2007 models with the lower vtec engagement. You could probably take the map and modify it accordingly for the lower vtec range. If someone attempts this, please post it up for other newer vtec guys to use. I've had quite a few 06-07 owners ask for it. My thoughts are that you could copy mine below 6000, and above 8000. Then just mimick what I did with the fuel curve on the dynojet supplied version from 6000-8000. Just smooth out the fuel curve.
One request however. If you use the map, and you really like it. Why not make a small donation to VFRD ? I would guess there are probably 150 people who have or are using this map (just going by the fact that I have had about 300 request for it). If all those people chipped in 5 bucks, it would be quite a bit of dough to go for our wonderful community. Just a thought. :thumbsup:
By tdmpI took Cozy's ver_5 PCIII map (.djm) and copied it over to work on a PCV (.pvm). The only difference is the PCV has a 15% throttle were the PCIII does not. I just took an average between the 10% and 20% throttles for this column and it seems to work well. See Cozy ver_5 original description for more info.
I have an 02 VFR with BMC air-filter, O2 eliminators, PAIR mod and gutted stock exhaust (cat still in place). I have to say this map is excellent. Low rpm performance (under 3000) is much cleaner and throttle is more responsive. At partial throttle (under 50%), there is practically no VTEC transition. This map should work well for the 02 - 05 models but might be a little rich for stock exhaust.
The only area I see that could use a little improvement seems to be the VTEC transition at large throttle openings (more than 50%). The transition is noticeable but no where near as bad as stock.
By jay-dThis is the missing map from Dynojet's website for the PCV.
Leo & Vince aftermarket slip ons
Power Commander 5
Aftermarket or stock air filter
Dynojet 02 Eliminators
2 bros exhaust
no flapper or snorkel, pair valves
modified velocity stacks
By tinymindsThis map was Dynotuned on a 2004 w/ 5th Gen Catless Headers, Staintune Slipon Exhaust, 02 Sensor Eliminators, K&N Air Filter, & PC3.
!!! MAP NOT TO BE USED W/ STOCK HEADERS !!! CATLESS HEADERS ONLY !!!
all availible maps from Dynojet for the PCIII version y2k 5th gen with closed loop injection (o2 sensors) this is a self exstracting zip file
All availible PCII maps from Dynojet for the 5th generation open loop fuel injection system NO O2 sensors
By GuestHere it is. A power commander map for a BMC race filter, O2 elims, and Migs exhaust.
By GuestMap for 2002 Vtec Aust / Euro with Staintunes, o2 elim, K&N filter, Cat converter drilled (gutted)
Based on Cozye's map for PC111 usb, but tweaked for AU. on Dyno.
By coderighterI have not changed anything on the bike that will effect the file since the last version, it's just a further refinement thru multiple trim acceptance and tweaking. There's been some confusion about version numbers, so from here forward, the version is the date posted on VFRD. Enjoy!
By skot2003VFRThis map came loaded in my new to me 2003 VFR800. The guy who had the bike before the girl I bought the bike from had it dyno'd to his specs with a LeoVince and K&N air filter setup. This is pretty torqued for me (I am also new to sport/touring bikes). I loaded in the generic LeoVince map from the power commander site and that one is a little gentler to me, but I wanted to contribute something to the community. Let me know if you like it. I don't think this map is used for gas mileage.
By mvvette97This map is for the 2002-2005 VFR800. mods are K&N filter snorkel mod, 1999 catless headers, stock mufflers completely gutted, and the 02 delete or optimizers. Runs very smooth and gets around 48mpg on the highway. I'm going to be checking the WOT fueling when my wideband gets here. The current 100% fuel setting is from a dyno tuner in wisconsin but I want to check it for myself. I also have the acc pump activated sensitivity 65.9 30 revs and 15% fuel.. Took it to the 1/8 mile strip with this and ran a 7.40 at 101 and that was my first time running it at the track. I will update the WOT fueling after I get the wideband.
By canibFile Name: 2006VFR800MotadScorpionK_N.DJM
Power Commander PCIII USB + “Accelerator Pump”
Motad Catless headers
K&N Air Filter
All PAIR equipment intact
97HP Dyno’d in Las Vegas at ~2,000 above sea level, ambient air at 110 degrees F.
As Cozye said, “If you use the map, and you really like it; why not make a small donation to VFRD ?”
By coderighterA little leaner just off idle in lower gears. More cells filled in. Please leave feedback.
By Whitepinepcv map for 02-05 with mapping by gear. Modified maps of Cozy's and coderighter
By VFRBennyHi all, here's a map for the PC5 on a 5th gen VFR. As you can see from the pic, the air box has been hacked up pretty good. Using a PiperCross filter, Staintune hi mount, Pair's disabled and o2 sensors disabled. Runs like a batt out of Hell.
By MadScientistThis is a recovery of an old PCII directory from long ago when I had one on my VFR. I believe there is software in it to edit both the PCII and PCIII maps. I no longer have either of those to test it out, but the programs open map files and such. The biggest pain was finding a USB->COM port adapter for the laptop, alternatively I remember being able to remove the PCII from the bike and hook it up to a desktop with a com port with a 9V battery to power the PCII.
I didn't check, but I _think_ all the old PCII maps (excluding California) uploaded by Miguel are in this zip file.
Just putting this out there because someone was looking for it.
By skot2003VFRthis is for a Leo Vince slip on, K & N air filter setup. It has been leaned out for better fuel economy. Getting mid to upper 30's mpg with this one. It's pretty nice.
after installing my new complete exhaust system i set the big girl off for a tune.
asked for the guy to tune each cylinder individually.
came back with this..
runs really nice. only thing i might change would be first thing in the morning some times the big will stall when you come off the throttle.
let me know if someone knows how to fix this.
thanks. hope someone enjoys this..
All availible pcII maps from Dynojet for the California Model 5th gen bike open loop fuel injection system NO O2 sensors
all dydnojet maps availible for the PCIII VTEC
All availible maps from Dynojet for the VTEC using the PCIII-USB
By shayneThis is a custom map for a 2006 Euro (Australian delivery) VFR800 with the following mods:
98 ceramic coated headers
Leo Vince Evo11 carbon mufflers with baffles in
O2 sensors eliminated
Air funnels (velocity stacks) changed to 4 long from standard 2 short 2 long.
By GuestBMC Air filter
If you have TWO BROS on EU model, you can try this map. There is no special map for EU model with TWOBROS shipped from PC and I had very bad transition at 7k rpm with all other EU maps and these exhausts.
Supplied maps are too rich at 7k rpm and throttle opened at 40%-60%.