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USER’S MANUAL For Z-Fi Z-Fi MX Z-Fi QS Z-Fi TC Z-AFM
Release date: April 14, 2010. Version 1.123
Download printable version.


Z-FI MAPPER V1.123 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

1) Insert CD into your computer.

2) Double click ZfiSetupV1.123.exe.

The installer may prompt you to install the Microsoft DotNet Framework 2.0 - If so, exit the installer and run the 

DotNet Framework installer found in the folder named DotNet on the installation CD, then re-run Zfi 

Setup V1.123.exe

3) Choose to install the drivers when prompted.

4) Installation should be complete.

Z-Fi Mapper Overview

Each Z-Fi is supplied with a USB cable and easy to use Z-Fi Mapper Software. This sophisticated program is 

designed for experienced tuners. With just a laptop, a tuner can make tuning adjustments for any of our products either at the track or on the dyno.

Using the Z-Fi Mapper on the bike

1) Plug your computer into the Z-Fi unit with the supplied USB cable. Newer Bazzaz control units will be powered by the users computer via USB cable, older units will require the motorcycle power to be on.

2) Start the Bazzaz Z-Fi Mapper program.

(ProgramFiles\BazzazPerformance\Z-Fi Mapper)

3) The Z-Fi Mapper software should automatically connect to the Z-Fi unit.

4) Make and save changes according to the instructions on the next few pages.

5) Be Sure to EXIT the Z-Fi Mapper program before powering down your computer or unplugging the USB cable. Failure to do so may cause your laptop to lockup.

6) You can create maps when you are away from the bike or when the bike is powered down by choosing the “Work Offline” option when prompted. In this case you must select what type of device you are creating a map for from the pull down menu.

7) Note that some of the TABS of the Z-Fi Mapper software may not be available to view, based on the type of Z-Fi unit that you purchased. For instance, you can’t access the Traction Control Screen if you did not purchase a Z-Fi TC unit. Similarly you can’t access the Self Mapping screen unless you are plugged into the bike and you have a Z-AFM unit installed.


By purchasing the "Z-Fi", “Z-Fi MX”, "Z-Fi QS", "Z-Fi TC", Z-AFM (hereafter Z-Fi) the buyer/user acknowledges and agrees:

(1) That the Z-Fi is intended solely for racing or other high performance closed course applications and never for use on public streets or roadways

(2) That the Z-Fi is not a safety device

(3) That the adjustments to the motorcycle made possible by the Z-Fi (including increased engine power, speed shifting & wheel spin) will not prevent accidents or loss of control by the rider

(4) That the Z-Fi will be installed only by qualified technicians and if the unit is improperly installed or adjusted, it may result in engine damage or decreased performance

(5) To immediately shut off the engine and consult a qualified technician if the engine does not run properly

(6) That all warranties are disclaimed whether expressed or implied including those for merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose

(7) That the Z-Fi unit is accepted in “AS IS” condition

(8) That any existing manufacturer motorcycle engine warranties may be voided by use of the Z-Fi

(9) That Bazzaz Inc. is released from any and all liability therefore

(10) That no agent or employee of Bazzaz Inc. is authorized to waive or modify this disclaimer

Buyer/user further agrees to assume the risk of all injury or damage (personal or property) including death arising out of the use of and also agrees to fully and completely release Bazzaz Inc. from all liability arising out of the purchase and use of the Z-Fi including harm caused by the negligence of Bazzaz Inc.


(1) FUEL ADJUSTMENT MAP

A) Enter +/- % fuel adjustments directly into cells (NOTE: Adjustments are saved directly into the Z-Fi memory).

B) Use the mouse to select a range of cells to fill with the same value or to change by a fixed value.

C) Use the page up / page down keys to add or remove fuel.

(2) TRACK OPERATING POINT

A) Check this box to have the cursor follow the current RPM and Throttle Position in the Fuel Map.

(3) AIR FUEL RATIO READOUT

A) Air fuel Ratio display with optional Z-AFM kit.

(4) FUEL ADJUST READOUT

A) Display total fuel adjustment at the current RPM, Throttle Position, and Gear.

(5) COMMENT BOX (27 CHARACTERS MAX)

A) Field can be used for properly naming a map file.

(6) FUEL TRIM BY GEAR (n/a with MX unit)

A) Add or remove fuel based on Gear Position. Click the up arrow to add fuel, down arrow to remove fuel. An alternative to using the up and down arrows is to double click inside the field where the trim percentage for each gear is displayed and type the desired trim value.

(7) FILE MANAGEMENT

A) CLEAR BUTTON: Clears the contents of the current map.

B) LOAD BUTTON: Loads a pre-saved map stored on your computer.

C) SAVE TO DISK BUTTON: Saves the current map to your computer.

D) EXIT BUTTON: Exits the program.

E) SMOOTH BUTTON: Takes into account the values of adjacent cells, and replaces any potentially erroneous values allowing for smoother fuel delivery when transitioning from cell to cell.

(8) MAP NUMBER READOUT (MAP 1 OR MAP 2)

(9) FUEL TRIM BY CYLINDER (n/a with MX unit)

A) Add or remove fuel to individual cylinders on twin applications. Click the up arrow to add fuel, down arrow to remove fuel. An 

alternative to using the up and down arrows is to double click inside the field where the trim percentage for each cylinder is displayed and type the desired trim value.

(10)MODIFY SELECTOR

This pop-up box only appears when a group of cells are highlighted by clicking or dragging over that group of cells.

A) REPLACE WITH feature will replace that group of cells with the value entered in this box.

B) INCREMENT BY feature will add or subtract the value you put in this box to each value in the selected cells.

C) SMOOTH DATA feature will smooth as described in 7E but only to selected range.

(1) SELF MAPPING RESULTS

A) Shows suggested fuel adjustments at each RPM and Throttle Position.

B) Green cells indicate valid Air Fuel Ratio data collected.

(2) TARGET AIR FUEL RATIO

Target Air Fuel Ratio’s can be input individually from cell to cell or by selecting a range of cells.

A) FUEL ADD % BUTTON (click this button again to bring you to TARGET AFR’S BUTTON).

B) TARGET AFR’S (click this button again to bring you to AFR’S BUTTON).

C) AFR’S (click this button again to bring you to FUEL ADD % BUTTON).

(3) SELF MAPPING CONTROLS

A) CLEAR BUTTON: Clears the Self Mapping data from memory.

B) START BUTTON: Starts the Self Mapping data collection.

C) STOP BUTTON: Stops the Self Mapping data collection.

D) RETRIEVE BUTTON: Retrieve and displays all collected Self Mapping data.

E) APPLY ALL BUTTON: Applies all of the suggested Self Mapping changes to the fuel map.

SELF MAPPING ON THE TRACK

1) Click the CLEAR BUTTON.

2) Set your Target Air Fuel Ratio.

3) Click the START BUTTON.

4) Exit the program.

5) For Self Mapping to start, the following conditions must be met:

 A) Engine must be running for more than 60 seconds.

 B) RPM must be greater than 3000 RPM.

 C) Throttle Position must be greater than 5%.

NOTE: Turning the power to the vehicle off will not disable the Self Mapping feature.

6) Circulate on the track to generate Self Mapping data, we suggest a minimum of 4 laps at your race pace.

7) When you return to the pits plug in, start the Z-Fi mapper program and click the STOP BUTTON.

8) Click the RETRIEVE BUTTON.

9) Inspect the retrieved Self Mapping data.

10) Click APPLY ALL BUTTON to accept all of the suggested Self Mapping results.

NOTE: If you do not want to accept all of the results, a portion of the results can be applied by highlighting the desired cells.

11) Select the fuel map tab and inspect the map for any values that are extremely high or low compared to the majority of the cells nearby.

12) Experienced tuners may choose to modify any outlining values as identified in step 11. We suggest using the SMOOTH BUTTON if you are a less experienced tuner. 

13) Go back to the self mapping tab and repeat the process starting with step 1. Be sure to hit CLEAR. Best results are typically achieved in 2 iterations of these steps. 

FUEL ADD % PAGE

TARGET AFR’s PAGE

AFR’s SCREEN PAGE

(1) CUT TIME BY GEAR

A) Enter Cut Times for each Gear change.

B) Click the up arrow to increase Cut Time, down arrow to decrease Cut Time. An alternative to using the up and down arrows is to double click inside the field where the cut time percentage for each gear is displayed and type the desire cut time value.

C) Factory settings have been proven to be optimal for most riders.

(1)TRACTION CONTROL SENSITIVITY MAP

A) Enter Traction Control sensitivity adjustments directly into cells (NOTE: Adjustments are saved directly into the Z-FI memory).

B) Use the mouse to select range of cells to fill with the same value or to change by a fixed value.

C) Sensitivity is on a scale of 0 to 10; 0 is OFF (i.e. NO TC) 10 is maximum Traction Control.

D) For more Traction Control enter a higher number. For less Traction Control enter a lower number.

E) A setting of 5 is a good base setting for the average track enthusiast.

(2) CUT LEVEL MAP

A) Enter Traction Control Cut Level adjustments directly into cells (NOTE: Adjustments are saved directly into the Z-FI memory).

B) Use the mouse to select a range of cells to fill with the same value or to change by a fixed value.

C) Cut Level is on a scale of 0 to 10; 0 is the minimum setting, 10 is maximum setting.

D) For more aggressive power reduction enter a higher number. For less aggressive power reduction enter a smaller number.

E) A setting of 5 is a good base setting for the average track enthusiast.

NOTE: The cut level map is based on TPS as indicated by the TPS values to the right of the Cut Level map.

(3) HANDLE BAR TRIM SWITCH READOUT

A) Displays the position of the handlebar trim switch.

B) The trim switch allows the rider to increase or decrease the Traction Control sensitivity while they are riding.

(4) TRACTION CONTOL OVERALL TRIM BY GEAR

A) Allows user to increase or decrease the Traction Control sensitivity by gear.

B) Can also be set to OFF for NO Traction Control in any desired gear.

ADDITIONAL TRACTION CONTROL NOTES:

The final TC sensitivity that the rider feels is a sum of Sensitivity Map + Trim Switch + Trim By Gear. In the screen shot shown above, TC  overall sensitivity equals 5 (from the base map) + 2 (trim switch) + 0 (trim by gear) for a total of 7.

Note that overall TC sensitivity is limited from 0 (off) to 10 (max). So if the map is 5, trim switch is 5 and trim by gear is 5, the overall 

Sensitivity will be 10 (not 5+5+5=15)

(1) TPS ERROR

A) Throttle Position Sensor connector not properly installed or a problem with the Z-Fi wiring harness.

B) Incorrect wires spliced by the user for units without a Throttle Position Sensor connector.

C) Throttle Position Sensor is faulty or is out of factory adjustment range.

D) Faulty Z-Fi control box.

(2) RPM ERROR

A) Crank Position Sensor connector not properly installed or a problem with the Z-Fi wiring harness.

B) Incorrect wires spliced by the user for units without an RPM connector.

C) Crank Position sensor is faulty or is out of factory adjustment range.

D) Faulty Z-Fi control box.

(3) Z-AFM ERROR

A) Z-AFM not plugged into Z-Fi harness.

B) Air Fuel Sensor not plugged into Z-AFM.

C) Faulty Air Fuel Sensor or Z-AFM.

(4) TPS CALIBRATION

Allows user to calibrate Throttle Position values in order to accurately display Throttle Position values from 0 to 100% based on each 

individual motorcycle’s Throttle Position  voltage output.

A)    With bike powered on, software launched and connected with USB cable, close throttle completely and click on READ CLOSED 

        BUTTON. Open throttle completely or to 100%. Click READ OPEN BUTTON. Save calibration. Now the Bazzaz system has been 

        calibrated to accurately read your bikes specific Throttle Position Sensor.

(5) GEAR CALIBRATION

This feature allows user to calibrate the Bazzaz system to properly determine the gear position of the motorcycle regardless of any internal transmission gear ratio changes. The stock settings have been set at the factory. We do not suggest changing these values unless you are 

running a transmission other than stock.

A) This calibration must be performed with the clutch fully engaged and the engine above 3000 RPM, making it necessary to use a dyno or rear stand. Exercise extreme caution when using a rear stand as the bike may fall off the stand. With the bike running, software launched and connected with USB cable, place the bike in 1st gear, release the clutch, hold the RPM’s steady at 3000 RPM or greater and click the LEARN 1 BUTTON, wait momentarily while the mapper calibrates for 1st gear.  Once the value above the LEARN 1 BUTTON changes, place the bike into second gear and repeat the process.  Repeat these steps for gears 3 through 6.  After completing calibration of 6th gear, your bike should read all 6 gears correctly.  You MUST calibrate all 6 gears in order for the calibration to be correct.

(6) DISPLAY

With the new Bazzaz software version the following information will be displayed: 

A) Current version of software and firmware.

B) On newer units the serial number, year, make and model will also be displayed.

 

(1) TPS ERROR
A) Throttle Position Sensor connector not properly installed or a problem with the Z-Fi wiring harness.
B) Incorrect wires spliced by the user for units without a Throttle Position Sensor connector.
C) Throttle Position Sensor is faulty or is out of factory adjustment range.
D) Faulty Z-Fi control box.

(2) RPM ERROR
A) Crank Position Sensor connector not properly installed or a problem with the Z-Fi wiring harness.
B) Incorrect wires spliced by the user for units without an RPM connector.
C) Crank Position sensor is faulty or is out of factory adjustment range.
D) Faulty Z-Fi control box.

(3) Z-AFM ERROR
A) Z-AFM not plugged into Z-Fi harness.
B) Air Fuel Sensor not plugged into Z-AFM.
C) Faulty Air Fuel Sensor or Z-AFM.

(4) TPS CALIBRATION
Allows user to calibrate Throttle Position values in order to accurately display Throttle Position values from 0 to 100% based on each
individual motorcycle’s Throttle Position voltage output.
A) With bike powered on, software launched and connected with USB cable, close throttle completely and click on READ CLOSED
BUTTON. Open throttle completely or to 100%. Click READ OPEN BUTTON. Save calibration. Now the Bazzaz system has been
calibrated to accurately read your bikes specific Throttle Position Sensor.

(5) GEAR CALIBRATION
This feature allows user to calibrate the Bazzaz system to properly determine the gear position of the motorcycle regardless of any internal transmission gear ratio changes. The stock settings have been set at the factory. We do not suggest changing these values unless you are
running a transmission other than stock.
A) This calibration must be performed with the clutch fully engaged and the engine above 3000 RPM, making it necessary to use a dyno or rear stand. Exercise extreme caution when using a rear stand as the bike may fall off the stand. With the bike running, software launched and connected with USB cable, place the bike in 1st gear, release the clutch, hold the RPM’s steady at 3000 RPM or greater and click the LEARN 1 BUTTON, wait momentarily while the mapper calibrates for 1st gear. Once the value above the LEARN 1 BUTTON changes, place the bike into second gear and repeat the process. Repeat these steps for gears 3 through 6. After completing calibration of 6th gear, your bike should read all 6 gears correctly. You MUST calibrate all 6 gears in order for the calibration to be correct.

(6) DISPLAY
With the new Bazzaz software version the following information will be displayed:
A) Current version of software and firmware.
B) On newer units the serial number, year, make and model will also be displayed.

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