TuneECU for 990 - got tunes?

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

  1. Tom-Hamburg

    Tom-Hamburg Adventurer

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    !! Update December-12-2012, TuneECU 2.4.1 now Released !!
    2 minors bugs in the version 2.4 fixed :
    - TPS or MAP axis not displayed when connected to the bike.
    - Random error "out of index range" in graphic mode edition.

    BR, Tom
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  2. Wilmo

    Wilmo Orange Fever

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    Another successful user here, thanks to the creators of TuneECU! Loaded the R Akro map to replace the standard Akro map on my Standard 2011 990 ADV with Akros, then checked the TPS was ok and did the 15 min idle. I had added a pre-filter and put the baffles back in the Akros since it was delivered from the dealer. Starts, idles and runs better than ever (was fine before though really). Love the new top end power the R map provides!
  3. Zuber

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    I have a pdf file that I created from this thread. I've condensed just the info and pared out the extra comments and added my own for clarification of this text. I sent it to the admin of the HOW, but haven't seen any action on it.

    I need a place to park it where every one can down load it. PM me if you have a spot. Send me your direct mail addr, or tell me how to work attachments in ADV.
  4. scottrnelson

    scottrnelson Team Orange

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    Would you at least be able to send copies to those of us who send you an e-mail address?

    I'm assuming yes, and will follow this up with a PM. :wink:
  5. Michhub

    Michhub Major Medical

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    You could use Google docs....PM sent

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I747 using Tapatalk 2
  6. HDen

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    +1 :evil
  7. bikyto

    bikyto Dans le doute...gaz!

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    As requested by Zuber, here is the TuneEcu Wiki he put together

    You can download it here on my server:

    TuneECU Wiki by Zuber


    :deal
  8. RoundOz

    RoundOz Plenty of seasoning

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    Finally getting an Android phone this week and was hoping to get it to talk to the 990 via the TuneEcu cable (?) and a Bluetooth adaptor. Can anyone confirm this will work?
  9. scottrnelson

    scottrnelson Team Orange

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    Thanks to Zuber for compiling the information and thank you for offering a place to hold it.

    I've intended to dig into this thread to try to extract the facts from among the hundreds of "other" messages and have never quite gotten there. Now it should be much easier to dig into the PDF file. :clap
  10. Themastermike

    Themastermike Passin gas

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    Recently acquired an 09 990ADV-R. Pulls strong but pulls hard on the fuel cell. 35 mpg at 45 mph and 35 mpg at 80 mph.

    It currently has the Rotweiller air system on it, I will be putting stock back on. It has a 2-1 conversion into and FMF pipe.

    I have tried reading to find info on increased MPG for this bike.

    Can anyone take me straight to a map to try?

    The previous owner spent alot of time on this map but I feel it is fat by the 'soot out the back' method of jetting.

    Who has an 09ADV-R map that they get decent milage out of and would be willing to share?
  11. Imachimper

    Imachimper Newer than Noob

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    Thanks, I picked up a cable about a few months ago, but haven't had the time to connect it to the bike. I now will sit down and study this PDF and play with the software for a while to get used to it. :clap:freaky
  12. GoThere@50

    GoThere@50 I'm Going

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    A big "Thank You!" to Tom, Wayne and all the other contributors to this effort. Wayne, I was wondering if you could expand a bit on what you found out about the secondary butterflies as it sounds intriguing. Prior to reading this entire thread I was contemplating removal of the secondary butterflies but your comments here made me pause. I ask because I see your Power-Trip Ankra map as the best fit for my 2010 990 R set up as follows: FMF Q4 dual mufflers, Rottweiler air intake, SAS and canisters removed. Your specific map was developed on a standard Adventure of the same year that was set up similar to my R model, correct? I do 80% of my riding between 5,000 and 10,000 ft. above sea level. I understand that it would not be expected to be a "perfect" fit as that would only be possible with a good dyno tune on my specific bike at my elevation. Would you agree that your Ankra map would be a good "close" fit? Or, would you recommend any tweaks to your map for my conditions? (Such as turn on O2 sensor?) It's understood that all of this activity is at my own risk. Your contribution is greatly appreciated. :clap
  13. Zuber

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    Once you put the stock air box back on, the PowerTripp 2-1 map would be an excellent starting point. Name: Power-TrippKTM990advWINGS.hex.
    Very smooth throttle, 38-42 mpg. Comes with the TuneECU map set for the KTM's.
  14. T-Mac

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    Will Power-TrippKTM990advWINGS.hex work well with Remus Roxx 2-into-1 and stock air box/filter?
    Other recommendations?
  15. Brokein2

    Brokein2 Been here awhile

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    I have been using it for the last few weeks (500+ miles) on my '09 990 with stock box and 2 into 1 Wings and it has been very smooth and has maintained the mileage figures that the stock map had.

    I personally never had any problems with a snatchy throttle like some other people had, but figured I would give it a try since it was specifically developed for the 2 into 1 Wings setup.

    Give it a shot....as long as you save your original map, you can always go back.
  16. pdxthmper

    pdxthmper Been here awhile

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    Ok I have seen on here that you can't use a 2012 map on a 2007 bike, but it sounds like I can cut and paste the values from a 2012 map and paste them into my 2007 map. Is that correct or did I miss the boat again?

    (For the record I have a 2007 ADV, stock air box, RC8 intakes with 2:1 akrapovic running on a modified akra map, but I am looking for more milage)

    thanks
  17. Spark01

    Spark01 V-Twin

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    Doesn't work as the cams are not the same, newer cams (>= '09 bikes) use different ingition value's
  18. Gustavo.Ramos

    Gustavo.Ramos Been here awhile

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    From past reading, you can copy the fueling tables of the later models and paste into the map file of the early model.

    the ignition tables should remain the same.


    I have a question regarding this copy/paste operation.

    How do you all do this? Copy the values of one table, open the map file, paste into the correct table, save the map, go back to the original file, select another table and repeat the process? Isn't there a way to do it with less open/close file? Feel rather primitive..
  19. bikyto

    bikyto Dans le doute...gaz!

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    one can copy the F maps with a simple copy and paste.
    Don't copy the Ignition maps otherwise it's all good.
  20. pdxthmper

    pdxthmper Been here awhile

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    Thanks for clearing that up!