Yup, I saw this map posted in your map thread. I'm glad you're getting better range and still-acceptable performance / smoothness in the fueling. You stated the MPG was better (ie: better range), but did not say by how much.
I would opine that anything above the (what was it? 30 miles per tank?) would have been an improvement...
I'm still testing the "Woods Map", but I do not have the results to post yet.
Woods Map, from here:
0 0 0 0 0 0
-3 -3 0 -5 -3 0
-3 -3 0 -5 -5 0
2013 WR450 F.
Stock Pipe, uncorked.
Throttle screw limiter out.
I did not like this map. It backfires on decel, I believe due to too lean fueling. It was hard-starting, too, tho I had changed the Idle/ CO mixture at the same time. (from "0" stock setting for this programmable ECU, to "8", enrichening the Idle setting). So, I'm not yet ready to blame the map for the (Idle setting) hard starting. Not yet... This cycle has never been hard starting before this. I'm leaning to blaming the too far move in retarding ignition.
No red header glow was seen even after idling for about 4 minutes.
The fuelling above idle was smooth enough, with a reduced "jerky-ness" to it, and a reduced "hit" on throttle roll-on.
The decel backfiring bothers me tho, so I'm abandoning this map altogether, without measuring the MPG while using it.
I'll likely try something in-between the stock ("all zero's" with the +2 in lower left of Fuel side) and this Woods Map, for the next try.
I'm looking for:
Very Good to Excellent Range (for "spirited" riding in lo-to-mid gear).
Smooth torque delivery (as good as possible, given it's a dirt bike).
No red header glow (an indication, I believe, of exhaught valves being burned possibly from too lean fuel).
Good low end power.
...roughly in that order. Power is at the bottom of priority, because this cycle already delivers plenty of power across the band. I would rather not ruin the upper end of the motor, than eck out more HP.