Want this map for free? If you have purchased a Power commander from Rottweiler Performance at any time in the past, all of our maps are accessible for free. Simply send us proof of purchase (Name and order number, scanned receipt) to this email address and we will respond with a coupon code that will discount the map to $0.00. You will still be required to complete the 'purchase process'. If you can't wait for the email coupon code, purchase the map, then send us proof of purchase and we will credit you back if you qualify!
Take advantage of any 2 PC maps and switch between maps 'on the fly' with the Dynojet Map Switch. Click here. This means you can have a map for 'economy' and a map for 'power', and switch between them while you are riding.
- This PC map was made by Rottweiler Performance at our in house dyno and shooting for a broad power output with a stock intake and a stock muffler at roughly 13.2 AFR.
- Ignition advance is left as the PC is pre-programmed and shipped from the Dynojet factory with a safe level of advance.
- This is a Street map designed to be run with the stock O2s plugged in.
- You may opt for this map free with a purchase of a Powercommander from Rottweiler Performance, or you can purchase this map separately if you obtained your PC somewhere else.
- STREET power map (should be run with the stock O2s plugged in)
- RP Intake
- Stock Exhaust
What's the difference between STREET and RACE maps?
- A STREET does not interfere with emissions based mapping and only has fueling changes in the open loop section of your fuel map where the stock ECU will not try and override the changes. This serves riders wanting to stay in compliance with emissions standards and retain their cruise control while still benefitting from ignition advances throughout and fueling corrections in open loop. Plug and play installation is all that is required for STREET maps.
- A RACE map is designed for closed course racing purposes so that the user can have full control over the entire map range. The use of maps designated as 'RACE MAPS' require the stock narrow band O2s to simply be unplugged so that the stock ECU will not be able to read them and override the map and correct the trims back to an emissions based 14.7 air fuel ratio in the closed loop section (see attached chart in the pics above). Unplugging the stock narrow band O2s will only cause an engine light on the dash to appear. Engine lights typically only warn of blinkers not working or emissions systems unplugged. You will still get important warnings on the dashboard in bold letters. This can be easily reversed if the stock narrow band O2s are plugged back in and a STREET designated map is loaded into the PCV.
ALL FILES ARE USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!
It is your responsibility to determine whether these files are safe or not to use. You must have a reasonable understanding about how map files work to use the maps given here.