TuneECU for 990 - got tunes?

Discussion in 'Crazy-Awesome almost Dakar racers (950/990cc)' started by jetpoweredmonkey, Oct 31, 2010.

  1. Sheep Shagger

    Sheep Shagger Show me your fleece

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    Funny, I uploaded the same map as you, and personally I thought that was the absolute worst map by a log way that I had tried, and you thought it was the best.

    On the TPS, reading the SD forum, is seems you should sync the TB's, then set the TPS fully open position so it's just under 100 (~95) when cold or ~100 (99) when warm, that will give you a high TPS of 5~10% at closed. Run the 15min idle trick and that will re-set the TPS to 0%. That way you can get very close to the full range of 0-100% TPS and the map works as listed in the tables.
  2. Nut Clutch

    Nut Clutch was Steve Lavigne

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    I may have mispoken a bit. What I meant was that parts of the calibration that I would expect to be in the ECU are not accesible from within the TuneECU software.
  3. Nut Clutch

    Nut Clutch was Steve Lavigne

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    Every once in a while it acts up, but doing the 15 minute idle trick seems to clear it up. Of course, this is all after removing the charcoal cannister, plugging the SAI, FMF cans, 16 tooth front sprocket, removing the secondary butterflies, and a G2 throttle cam. I initially used the 400 cam, changed it quickly to the 200 cam, and just recently changed it to the 100 cam.

    I did notice a little more top end and it seemed to have a little healthier sound to it.

    Thanks for the tip on this. I hadn't thought about the TPS reading changing with temperature.
  4. bikyto

    bikyto Dans le doute...gaz!

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    Thanks Ken, got my cable. downloading the map as I type this!
    I will send Alain/TuneECU my map with the ref of the bike. Awesome!

    Then start tweaking.......:D

    EDIT:
    ouch...
    already 3 error codes.....
    po122 - Throttle position sensor low voltage (short to ground or open circuit)
    po201 - Injection 1 circuit malfunction
    po202 - Injection 2 circuit malfunction

    hum... the bike runs ok though... are you guys getting these? (getting these codes whether the bike is off or engine started)

    RE EDIT:
    well I erased them and they don't seem to be coming back... any clue why they would be there in the first place?
  5. Sheep Shagger

    Sheep Shagger Show me your fleece

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    At some point in it's life the bike was probably started with a bad ground. If they clear and don't come back, don't worry.
  6. twodollardoug

    twodollardoug the calimesa kid

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    does anyone know if i make changes to the f-l switch, will it make changes to my a/f ratios? will i run the risk of a lean or rich condition?
  7. a$$hole

    a$$hole Long timer

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    Got my cable! Now Im waiting to see about a cheap laptop from my wifes coworker. If that doesnt pan out then Im just going to get a long (active repeating) usb cable. Cant wait!
  8. cyborg

    cyborg Potius Sero Quam Numquam

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    Got my Powercell cable! :getiton Thanks Ken. Now I can play more with the maps, not that I'm all that unhappy with my #29 custom map. I'll convert that one to TuneECU when I git round' to it...
  9. bikyto

    bikyto Dans le doute...gaz!

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    Thanks!

    I'm still :scratch but oh well..they are gone..
  10. twodollardoug

    twodollardoug the calimesa kid

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    i had a few too chris. never had a FI error light. i erased them and never looked back.
  11. teti

    teti especie en extincion ®

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    new version 1.7.8


    saludos
  12. MAXVERT

    MAXVERT OG on da OC

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    Thanks for the work Ken !
    Twist it, MAX
  13. chrish4ku

    chrish4ku Been here awhile

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  14. Jim Colombotos

    Jim Colombotos Been here awhile

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    Guess this is where we will be uploading our bike maps from here on out?

    http://www.box.net/shared/pusg6v7nyd#/shared/pusg6v7nyd/1/56746962

    Regarding the previous post ....on each map there is a downward facing (pulldown) arrow or next to that a block with a number in it press either to see or add remarks. Ive taken the info from tune ecu website and added remarks to the box website describing what year each map is for. If you see a mistake please revise my description right on the box website as I am no expert on this!!!!
  15. bikyto

    bikyto Dans le doute...gaz!

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    You're correct about KM601US0704501
    I sent it to Alain last night. He put it up fast!:D
  16. OscarTech

    OscarTech 990A 2009 Tuned

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    In http://www.tomhamburg.net/KTM_Tune_list.html you have the list of maps and for motorcycles according to year and exhaust pipe.
    Thanks to all who are sending their maps!

    Remark: If you compare the USA and European maps version that are identical really. Consider a one-year delay in U.S. models.


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  17. chrish4ku

    chrish4ku Been here awhile

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    Can the E.U. maps be used on the U.S. bikes? Are the E.U. Maps running more rich or lean? Can't wait to get my cord!

    Cheers,
  18. Spark01

    Spark01 V-Twin

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    Ok
    I was allready thinking how you did it

    Maybe there can be added some more tools to the tuneecu software in the future to reach these until now unreachable maps/adresses
  19. OscarTech

    OscarTech 990A 2009 Tuned

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    chrish4ku, in your bike 2008 S (USA) you can use 2007-2008 European maps, really. There is no difference between the USA and EU motors, only the year delay in launching USA model in some cases.
  20. Nut Clutch

    Nut Clutch was Steve Lavigne

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    I noticed that the 09 and newer maps are larger by 4.6 kb.

    Who wants to be the first to see if uploading a later map in an earlier ECU will work? Hopefully it won't brick your ECU. :eek1