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I was looking in the power commander map section and I noticed that the 06 R6S uses the same maps as the 03 and 04 R6. Does the 06 R6S not use the same configuration as the 05 R6? I know that the 06 has 40mm throttle bodies, so I would think that the maps would be the same as the 05.
 

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i dont know why the r6s is using the 03-04 maps. The r6s still has the 40 mm throttle bodies and redesigned velocity stacks that the 05 had. So it wouldnt make sense to use a map designed for the smaller thottle bodies of the 03-04 r6.
Which i dunno it might not make all that much difference anyway. but i would use the 05 maps.
 

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stphnman20 said:
Yeah just use the 05 maps.. If it doesn't feel right. then just customize the map..
03 map is differant then the 04, and so is the 05. and they based the 06 r6s off the 04, so i would assume that you would have to go by the 04 map. but no one will really know until the dyno sheets get released.
 

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no the throttle boddies are still the same as the 05. 40 mm. the only thing based on the 04 model is the forks.
 

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Sorry to bring up old sh*t, but I"ve been doing research on this for quite awhile. (Just bought pc111). This is confusing, graves shows I need the same slide stops as the 05 for my r6s, and powercommander.com shows I use the same maps as a 05, but another old post stated that the r6s has the smaller throttle bodies of the 04 r6 and the yamaha part numbers seem to prove that.

Searching specs off yahoo on verious sites show I have 40mm???????????

Does anyone know with out a doubt which t.b's the r6s has
 

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The R6S does not have the larger throttle bodies that the 2005 R6 has.

We went over this in another thread.

1. I looked up the part numbers on Yamaha's site. The 03/04 and R6S throttle bodies are identical.

2007 R6: 5SL-13750-00-00
2004 R6: 5SL-13750-00-00

2005 R6: 5SL-13750-30-00


2. The R6S needs a fuel pressure booster to use slide stops. The 05R6 does not.
 

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fasttimesr6s said:
i have a 06 r6s and the 03 04 map sucks. i used the 05 map and it works great and dyno out at 102.
I'm not sure that the throttle body size difference between the 06s/05 models would make enough difference unless other performance mods are involved (slide stops, fuel pressure booster, ignition advancer, etc).

The 05 maps should work, but the 03/04/R6S cannot produce the same fuel pressure that the 05 is capable of.
 

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^ Hence the fuel pressure booster included in the Graves slide stop kit for the 03-04.

And for the last time:

06-07 R6S = 04 R6
In every way. Except, apparently, in Europe and Canada, where the 06 R6S appears to have been an 05. But I haven't confirmed that.
 

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Maps mean nothing. Each map is significant only to a particular bike, on a particular dyno, on a particular day. They're meant to get you 'close enough' until you can get a custom map made.
 

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Then why would the 06-07S use the same slide stop as the 05. I thought the size of the stop was size specific. As I believed that the 05 slide stops were a tad bit bigger. The 06s supplementary manual albeit what looks to be the same exact supp manual as the 05 says they are 40. Also I have loaded 05 maps into an S model and it seemed to run better all the way around. Can someone please link the previous thread on this subject I would like to read it.
 

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I don't know why Graves would say that the R6S uses 05 slide stops. You may want to ask them that question. But as noted above, the part numbers for the throttle body assemblies on the 04 R6 and the 06-07 R6S are identical, while the 05 is different.

To confuse things further, some of the specs on Yamaha's site are incorrect. For instance, they list different specs for the 04 and 06 R6S shocks, but having seen them in person, they are, in fact, identical. They also list different brakes for the 06 and 07 R6S, when those are also identical (04-spec). Go figure.
 
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