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    1997 Triumph daytona t595.

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  1. It runs powerfully !!!! I have the sale configuration as you. But....what about mileage........? 😰
  2. Thank you for posting this. As soon as the rainstopper will show itself, I'll be more than happy to give a try !
  3. Hi!
    I have been running your map for a while.
    it gives emotions, man !
    A new world of acceleration and smoothness.
    And the feeling of ever and ever growing power !!!

    But I find it a little too thirsty, about 13 km / litre.

    Thank you

  4. Hi scubastevemcall, I just tried your dyno map ( modified to fit into a PC3, this by eliminating the 15% throttle row ). It behaves very very well. it's smooth at every gas opening, pulls strong both on low and high revs.... perhaps a little on the thirsty side, but I'm happy. I run it on a '03 Euro vtec decat,'99 headers, leovinces, BMC, flap mod and pairs connected to the cranckcase breather. Well, thank you for the effort !
  5. Mitja, Thank you for your contribution. I have a 2002 too, same configuration as yours. I would be very interested into your map, could you upload it for me ? My continuously modded Cozye's is not as efficient as before the mods..... Greetings from Mont Blanc !
  6. Thank you so much. Do you think that exporting pcv maps on a pc3 will keep the very very useful gear mapping ??? GREETINGS FROM MONT BLANC
  7. I used to add X-1R ( 5%) to my bike oil. ( Triump Daytona t595 ) ALWAYS found myself VERY GOOD. 1) Markable less friction => faster revving, less heat, less noise. 2) Perfect idling 3) Fuel economy LOVED IT
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