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Map for Stock 2012 YZ450?

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All stock maps read as zeros across the board, which makes it difficult to compare one year to another, at least without using something other than the GYT-R tuner to do it.

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Just a thought. If the stock maps are different between years, then when you install say the Marmont program you will have a different map for 10,11,and the 12 because they started at a different map?

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Just a thought. If the stock maps are different between years, then when you install say the Marmont program you will have a different map for 10,11,and the 12 because they started at a different map?
Yes, if the stock maps are in fact different from each other, that would be the case.

Hypothetically, take any one of the 18 parameters and imagine that the '10 zero point is the reference. If the same point on the '12 is +1 compared to the '10, then changing both by +2 would put the '12 at the same point as if you had set the '10 at +3.

Some maps might have to be adjusted a bit, but that's all speculative. If you use some caution, and evaluate the results well enough, I doubt there's any danger in using a published map.

But it's a good point.

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Does anybody on here know the difference between the years?

Not sure but my '11 is less abrupt off idle than the '10 I rode last year. I'm thinking it must have a different map.

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