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Has anyone had experience with Power Commander or other good mapping products?

It seems none are available yet for the 390 but I am thinking it would be a great thing to do.
 

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If the 390 is the same as the 2013 690 then there is nothing available due to no one having cracked the ECU yet. On the older models you can use either Powercommander or TuneECU. Im looking around at the moment as I really want to adjust the power curve from the back end to more mid/lower end of the range. Gearing will help a little but this engine is far to polite down low.
 

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Chain and Sprocket change like mig suggested plus a ECU map/tune would really be sweet on this bike.
 

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If the 390 is the same as the 2013 690 then there is nothing available due to no one having cracked the ECU yet. On the older models you can use either Powercommander or TuneECU. Im looking around at the moment as I really want to adjust the power curve from the back end to more mid/lower end of the range. Gearing will help a little but this engine is far to polite down low.
Yup...I dont think any is available yet for the 390...

best would be a gearing change... go up at least +2 on your rear sprocket...you will have to replace the chain too for this mod...doing this not only improves the low down performance of your bike but also makes your bike look better as the 390 has a heavy and ugly looking steel sprocket. Replace it with a nicer lighter aluminum 47T rear sprocket in Anodized orange or Silver, and a nice 520 Gold chain...
 

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Sweet, I'm new to after market chains and sprockets, can you suggest good brands and an online retailer? I see some on ebay but not sure on quality.
 

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Grab the Powerparts rear sprocket or take the steel one into the shop and check for hole alignment. For chain the choice is endless, D.I.D, EK, Tsubaki etc etc. it really depends on preferance but ultimately the choice really comes down to longevity etc. cheaper chains stretch faster but expensive ones will eventually do the same.
 

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I cant find any tuning options right now

Seems like changing the sprockets are the only way to get a bit more acceleration out of it.
 

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Am using the race dynamics powertronic which is yet to be launched for the 390, it is a piggyback system that allows for ignition, fuelling and over rev too. Have seen gains of 2.5bhp on the wheel at peak but the rest of the rev range with the ignition mapping and fuelling really increases torque and rideablity and response.
 

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Am using the race dynamics powertronic which is yet to be launched for the 390, it is a piggyback system that allows for ignition, fuelling and over rev too. Have seen gains of 2.5bhp on the wheel at peak but the rest of the rev range with the ignition mapping and fuelling really increases torque and rideablity and response.
Welcome to the forum Pyscho.....now tell me more!
You have it already fitted to the bike?
Do you have a link?
This is good news mate.
 

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Check Race Dynamics for the details have had it on my bike for over a month now and seem to have hit a roadblock with the exhaust stopping me from reaching the full potential. Planning to get one soon. 11000+ rpm sounds sweet trust me
 

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