Was there a firmware update for the PCIII? Maybe call Dynojet and ask.As for the map being too rich, compare it to some other maps by looking at the numbers in each cell. I have copied/pasted quite a few PCV maps into an Excel spreadsheet for comparison. If you want that let me know and I can email to you. You can sort it by rpm, by map maker, etc, to look at the various map numbers by RPM. Makes it easy to compare values.I've got an 09 with LA Chopper and PCV and I've never seen worse than 33 and gotten as high as like 49, with generally expected average on the highway of 40-42 and 37 in town with stock 210 rear tire.
Well took a pretty decent normal cruising trip and still only bested like 35 mpgs average. I know the 240 tire throws off the ODO some but not enough to negate this bad of gas mileage. So PC3 remapping here i come!
Don't know if the PC can be "turned off". I have a PCV and the only way I know is to disconnect it, which isn't that hard once you know how the connectors work. If there is another way that'd be great because I want to do some g-force testing using my i-touch with a g-force program.