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FAQ ID # 129
Last Update : 2012/11/08
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Question / Issue
My 2007 Kawasaki ZX -14 bike is running absolutely great. Question -- Will it affect your fuel map in any way, if I change the front chain sprocket from a standard 17 tooth down to a 16 tooth sprocket, and leave the standard 41 tooth sprocket on the rear wheel?

Answer / Solution

Our Power Commander mapping is designed to constantly supply the correct air/fuel ratio to match your engine to our exhaust systems for maximum power and drivability at all times. Load changes from gearing/adding a passenger etc. (as well as altitude and temperature changes) do not affect our mapping because the stock ECU compensates for this internally and our maps add or subtract fuel accordingly.


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gearing, front sprocket, map
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