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Old 11-13-2012, 10:28 PM   #1846
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Cable connector fabrication

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is anyone interested in helping me jump into the orange sea of knowledge by selling me a spare tuneecu cable?
In the TUNEecu site you can find instructions in how to fabricate a cable with all necessary connections here:

http://www.tomhamburg.net/TuneECU_En/KTM.html
You can do that buying through ebay the OBDII cable and a sumitomo plug according to the first page of this thread from:
http://www.corsa-technic.com/item.ph...category_id=54
or
http://easternbeaver.com/Main/Elec__...-HM/sm-hm.html

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Old 11-14-2012, 03:41 AM   #1847
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Idle speed control

What will disabling the idle speed control device do to the bike?
Had problems with engine stalling when decellerating and pulling clutch , rpm dipps to around 1000 rpm and engine stalls.
Tried disabling idle speed control and problem seems to be gone.
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Old 11-14-2012, 03:53 AM   #1848
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What will disabling the idle speed control device do to the bike?
Had problems with engine stalling when decellerating and pulling clutch , rpm dipps to around 1000 rpm and engine stalls.
Tried disabling idle speed control and problem seems to be gone.
Being an EFI engine, it does not have manual idle accelerometer, so when starting the bike you may have problems keeping the correct engine speed for warm up. Also different ambient temperatures affect the engine idle speed, thus the presence of the idle speed control.

Either verify the TPS voltage, or disable the clutch sensor, that way the idle speed control is fooled and won't drop the rpm's so much when the clutch is pulled.
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Old 11-14-2012, 06:50 AM   #1849
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thanks gefr for the tip. and thank you zuber. looking forward to seeing a condensed version of this.
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Old 11-14-2012, 07:53 AM   #1850
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I have a condensed file of the past 122 pages that is 'almost' done.

Is there a place on ADV that I can post it? (Don't want to e-mail 100 times).

It's not ADV, but I'd be happy to host it for you and you could point folks to it. Better than 100 emails for sure!

Drop me a pm and we can make it happen.

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Old 11-14-2012, 03:23 PM   #1851
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Thanks to loui£ and Spark for the advice. Much appreciated!

I`m new to Tuneecu and would also really like to see the condensed version.
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Old 11-15-2012, 06:02 AM   #1852
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Hi Guys

I have an irritating problem with my 06 Adv S with akro map 06

Whenever coming to a stop, pulling the clutch coming from high RPM, my engine stalls.
If I engine brake and let the bike go down in RPM before pulling the clutch, everything is fine.
I can see that the RPM dips to around 1000 rpm for a short moment when pulling the clutch.
Have checked tps and syncro, all is good, tps at 0.6 warm and difference in syncro is between 6 an 8.
Disabled SAI, o2, 2nd Throttle and EPC. Akro wo/inserts.
Have checked clutch switch in Tune Ecu and it seems to be working.

Hope you can help
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Old 11-15-2012, 07:06 AM   #1853
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Ok I have tried bypassing the clutch now, but the weather is not for riding so I will have to wait and see the result of this later
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Old 11-15-2012, 10:06 AM   #1854
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Hi Guys

I have an irritating problem with my 06 Adv S with akro map 06

Whenever coming to a stop, pulling the clutch coming from high RPM, my engine stalls.
If I engine brake and let the bike go down in RPM before pulling the clutch, everything is fine.
I can see that the RPM dips to around 1000 rpm for a short moment when pulling the clutch.
Have checked tps and syncro, all is good, tps at 0.6 warm and difference in syncro is between 6 an 8.
Disabled SAI, o2, 2nd Throttle and EPC. Akro wo/inserts.
Have checked clutch switch in Tune Ecu and it seems to be working.

Hope you can help
I had a similar issue with my 06 ADV. Turned out to be the sidestand switch.

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Old 11-15-2012, 12:51 PM   #1855
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I had a similar issue with my 06 ADV. Turned out to be the sidestand switch.

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Old 11-16-2012, 04:27 AM   #1856
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stalling

Hi Guys and Girls

Well it was not the clutch switch.
Still cutting out. Rpm drops to a 1000 or less coming to a stop pulling clutch, and engine dies.
It happens 3 times out of 5 so not fun.
Starts pretty easily afterwards and some times not.

Any ideas???

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Old 11-16-2012, 09:18 AM   #1857
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Hi Guys and Girls

Well it was not the clutch switch.
Still cutting out. Rpm drops to a 1000 or less coming to a stop pulling clutch, and engine dies.
It happens 3 times out of 5 so not fun.
Starts pretty easily afterwards and some times not.

Any ideas???

Kenenth
I guess something wrong with your idle stop screws.
When the engine is warm, the idle speed motor is fully retracted.
and the throttle plates should be stopped at a certain position, this is done by the idle stop screws.

when the idle stop screws are set at a to low hight then when you release the throttle.
The throttle valves closes to much and causes the engine to stall.
When the screws are set to high, the engines rev's will drop too slow (very high idle speed).

What you can check with a warm and idle running engine what the play is between the idle stop screw and the throttle valve.
And measure how much it is


What is the correct setting...? i really don't know the manual doesn't give that information.
But for safety reason i would maintain a gap of minimal 0,1mm to prevent a high idle situation.
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Old 11-16-2012, 09:55 AM   #1858
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Thanks for the reply.. Will look into that tomorrow..

On another note, why cant I use the test to adjust throttle cable function in Tune Ecu, it is greyed out?

I have a 2006 adv S

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Old 11-17-2012, 01:53 AM   #1859
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Thanks for the reply.. Will look into that tomorrow..

On another note, why cant I use the test to adjust throttle cable function in Tune Ecu, it is greyed out?

I have a 2006 adv S

Thx
I've noticed that different map files have different available tests in ECU.

My 06 with 06 akro map didn't show all tests: example, test the injectors, was not available among others. When changed to 07 Akro map, a few other tests were available.

Couldn't figure out why... anyone noticed that too?
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Old 11-17-2012, 11:14 PM   #1860
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Few quick questions

Just started messing with tunes on my 990 (2007 adv)

What is SAI? Is that stand for secondary air injection? Do I want to turn this off?

What is the base setting for tps? I want to say .6 v is what I remember is this correct?
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