Map 1 is what came already programmed into the power commander most all of the values are negative which the number represents %. So I thought why would they lean it out more? After some research found a blog that was posted by a power commander rep stating a base map was created that targets maximum fuel economy to market the product when no maps have yet been created for the performance side of the house. And they create maps for their products based on popular demand and majority aftermarket product applications. So since they had no performance maps for 2017 Rebel 500. I figured I'd download a map for a CBR 500 but they only had it for 2016 as you can tell in the photos. After running both and tinkering with the manual settings on low, mid, and hi. Here is my "test bunny" report. As seen in the photos my map 1 didn't notice a change in performance but did note a throttle response improvement. Probably due to the PCFCs accel boost pump function that improves throttle response. Did how ever notice it felt like it was running more hotter and at 950 miles on the bike, the hotter temp brought back that new hot engine smell but not hot enough to make the cooling fans kick in as I was only running up and down the street a mile down and back stop and go 60 mph max. So then dialed up the manual settings which only go +/- 10% manually. Set low, mid, and hi to +10 and baby! noticeable difference and engine temp back to normal. You can hear the difference in idle sound as your adjusting. But back on the road to try it out and I got to say it was nice. Acceleration in first gear, cranking the throttle wide open definitely made you feel it in your saddle. Like the bike said shut up sit down and enjoy the ride! But under that map and maxed out manual settings at top gear and 50-60mph probably at 50-75% throttle when you go 100% throttle everything still feels like stock. Now map 2 CBR settings. Seemed to act like the same as having all manual settings at +10 but this was just the map 2 settings with manual settings back to zero but the bike seemed more well rounded. Being very satisfied with this configuration and after spending almost 2 hours plugging to the computer, adjusting, and re riding after each change, I'd done enough for today. Might try this map 2 setting with manual inputs next just to see but not anytime soon. But for now this will do. So for future reference folks, if anyone asks can CBR 500 maps work on our bikes I'd have to say yes they can. But keep an eye on the numbers and don't exceed +20%. I read that warning in the installation guide. You can change the numbers electronically by clicking on them and changing them through the program application in the photos. But keep records of your previous settings cause you do have to save changes in order for them to take effect. I'd didn't dabble with that yet as this was my very first time using everything. Well that's it for now.