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Just bought my son a 250 evo he is a beginner.

can some one please explain the different characteristics of the bike with the map switch in position 1 or 2

Edited by mrOrange

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What I got told was that 2 gives more revs and is for dry conditions and 1 gives less revs and is for wet conditions

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What I got told was that 2 gives more revs and is for dry conditions and 1 gives less revs and is for wet conditions

But it does not make a difference in my opinion

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I found this on my Raga.

I think it applies more to torque tthan horse power. The changes are very slight and you need to be very accurate to feel the difference.

I would not worry about it. The switch is not a miracle button.

Edited by pindie

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The #2 position advances the timing - and therefore more revs, it is noticeable on the Beta, but only at larger throttle openings - We have not seen much difference on the Sherco. - In fact one customer asked if the wires were connected to anything !!

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As Dave say's. To add to that, one will only feel the difference in the mid to top end range. Nothing different to feel in the low RPM's range regardless of switch position. We have experimented with this switch on many occasions and that is our findings.

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The graph chart that I saw showed the maps were mirror images till 3500 rpm then they split.

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