11 yz 450 with full 4.1 fmf, 50t rear, otherwise stock.
Started with the "woods map" as listed in the article, not as listed on TT ( this is the same as free rider posted)- really mellowed out the bike, but there was still a mid range surge that made the bike a handful in the slick stuff, but the bike responded very well to short shifting. The bike was very mellow in1st gear billy goat situations. This map worked the best for the trip.
Tried out the Marmont map and really liked it. It was fun and I found it controllable unless I really whiskey throttled it. I wouldn't use this for an all day ride, but it is fun.
Next, I tried out the MXA rider preferred "less hit" map. This felt similar to the woods map from the article off the bottom, but was much more lively through the mid and upper range. I'd need more traction to use this as an "all day" map.
I should have brought the tuner out on the trail and did more testing as it is very very easy.
My only issue with the woods and MXA less hit map is the fuel consumption. This thing was a gas hog compared to my buddies carb'd KTM's. I have an IMS tank and just about drained it after 40 miles
Edited by Jonnoh, November 28, 2012 - 09:13 PM.