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Anyone working on any maps for the Z? I've got the Bazzaz installed but still running the "z125 enhanced" map from Bazzaz. Just looking around.
Word!Just ordered mine from you mnnthbx pretty stoked! Ive spent more on this little monkey bike than my fz09 lol kind of comical.
I am currently at the river enjoying the water, sun and beer. As soon as I get home, I'll install it and get the video right up.
I live a mile off the Brazos, so those priorities I understand 😎I am currently at the river enjoying the water, sun and beer. As soon as I get home, I'll install it and get the video right up.
They're working on em. I'm sure they wanna get it down pat before any uploads. I wouldStill no maps? None of the vendors have access to a dyno??
Good things come to those who wait...Everything looks lined up for tomorrow in terms of releasing some maps. Sorry it's taken this long. Work gets in the way....
Music to my ears! Where's this bad boy at? I tried the link, but it just took me to yalls page.. Am I doing something wrongIf you bought a Bazzaz from us, and want to test our initial Yosh / Mtake map, hit us up through MNNTHBX - Enter We'll continue to refine this map and create others, but you'll find this a solid starting point for sure.
Just got the map from Kevin at Mnnthbx. Did a few laps around town, trying to take the usual route to be able to compare it to the stock mapping and the Bazzaz preloaded map. Makes a BIG difference for those running intake/exhaust compared to the stock/preloaded maps. Engine is running a bit cooler, better throttle response across the ranges, the bike is pulling harder for sure. I was driving the same curves and hills and I could feel almost like the motor was working much smoother but hitting higher speeds out of the corners than before. The uphill climbs (running the 14t) were much easier and the speed was still climbing on the inclines. Like they said, they're still tweaking it but it's a definite win in my book. These Bazzaz units and the guys at Mnnthbx have made my little Z just that much more fun. Guarantee I smoke my buddies Grom on the way to work tomorrow. Lol.
Keep in mind it's not gonna be nuclear or anything, as it's a 125cc motor. But I will say that the preloaded map is leaner than this one, and is built for a stock setup, so the difference may have seems small. No map is gonna cause this little dude to throw you off the back, but there is some noticeable improvements in the latest one from Mnnthbx. It's feeding more fuel for bikes that are taking in and flowing additional amounts of air, so all gains aside (and there are gains) it's a better AFR for the upgrades. At least in my experience thus far. I can tell in the sound of my exhaust on acceleration and deceleration, not popping and the throttle is much more responsive, especially noticible when you're cruising at 45-50 or so in 4th and you give it some throttle, say coming out of a corner or up a hill. I felt a difference. Not saying everyone's results are gonna be the same, as different setups, air temps, fuel etc are gonna give different results. But I'm liking it. Give these guys a chance to really get some more r&d out of the setups, and stick it on a dyno, and you should be able to see some tangible gains.hopefully the new map is good
honestly I didn't feel anything that blew me away with whatever map it comes with and I was sort of expecting something
but it was super hot, and I only rode for about an hour and it was a lot of traffic
I think my uphill speeds may have been better
but I'm pretty sure my top speed was around the same, but not sure if the heat and traffic had anything to do with that as before all my top speeds were next to the ocean where it was much cooler temps
But at least I didn't get anything negative from installing all those parts and really like the sound
the groms here with intake, exhaust, fuel controller can get almost 70 mph or more
follow the link on Mnnthbxs post, and contact them. They're super helpful.Any way you can get it to me?