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Discussion in 'Dakar champion (950/990)' started by jetpoweredmonkey, Oct 31, 2010.
I'll check that tonight, but pretty sure they're seated. It wouldn't run well in higher RPMs.
I started a new thread, so I wasn't hijacking this one. If anyone thinks they can help, please hop over to that one, thanks!
I know this might sound dumb but before I buy it and try to fix my part throttle "cut out" or "bog" with a new map I just wanted to check with those with experience and make sure this little "kit" should be what I need to get started. https://www.ebay.com/itm/OBD2-USB-C...093371?hash=item1ccff60dbb:g:XlMAAOSwxHhc2Q8r
Can I use Power-TrippKTM990advAKRA map for KTM 990 Adventure 2011, with LeoVince and with OEM air filter?
Maybe there is better MAP for LeoVince, 2nd throttle bodies 100% open, O2 switched off... OEM paper filter.
Just put the Power Trip Akra map on my KTM 990 adv 2011 with LeoVince and stock air filter.
O2 turned off;
SAI turned off;
Bike is much smoother on all rpm range, so far happy, fuel consumption will be later.
OK, I'm working with faulty equipment here...
When did KTM pump up the Adventure R's to 118 hp (vs. the standard 95hp)?
The newest map in the TuneECU list is for 2011 (both R and Std). When I compare these, the only difference I see is the 2nd throttles are at 100% above 7k rpm for the 'R' model (the Std model cuts them back to 80%). Doesn't seem right that produces 20 more hp with no changes in fueling or ignition.
Bottom line, I'm looking for the latest Euro 990 R map. ( would that be the KM601EU1102002 ?)
Did a bit of research, it should be like this.
Up to 2008 the power was 98hp for both std and S models.
In 2009 they upgraded to the same engine as the SM/SMT bikes: 115hp for the R and 106hp for the std (with the 2nd throttle cut out at high revs).
Latest bikes all have 115hp (same map).
I did some research on this myself before, but from the aspect of looking at the part numbers, 2007 Vs 2012 Adv R.
Cylinder head, camshaft, pistons, crank, etc all slightly different part numbers.
I'm wondering how much the SM/SMT engine differences to possibly compression, cam timing etc combined with the 2nd throttle opening accounts for 20% extra hp? It is a big jump for an N/A engine of similar CC and design.
This is also the way I understand it.
The 09-up had improved heads, cooling and extended (by a little) valve checks. The Std and R had the same tuning. 09-up all have exactly the same engine parts (Adv).
When I bought my 2010 990 Std, there was an R available with one year warranty, but I don't remember the HP rating.
Then things get fuzzy, but there were two HP models.
By 2013, there was only one Baja model with high HP.
OK, more research and found starting in 09 there were two HP models, Std with 106 and R with 113. The extra HP was only in the last 500 rpm before redline. So, 8 hp at redline could totally agree with the 2nd throttle plate differences I'm seeing.
Therefore, that Euro map KM601EU1102002 from the 2011 990 R is the latest and greatest.
All 990 should be 3.5bar at efi bridge.
1190/RC8/1290 etc is 4.2 bar.
Question to the Collective - Are you using the 'File - Compare File' function when making edits?
If you don't use this, you are missing out on the best part of TuneECU.
To use Compare-File, I read a copy of the file I want to edit, I load the original file using Compare-File.
- Of course select the table you want to edit or view from the list on the left side, and select graphic mode under Display-Graphic.
- Then by Right-Clicking on the RPM number I want to edit, it shows the RPM curve from both files. (or, you can just L-Click drag up/down in the RPM column to quickly show many curves in sequence)
The solid line is the edit file, the dotted line is the compare file, it also shows the % difference between the curves at each point. (if the curves are identical you won't see anything, so go ahead and edit it).
- To Edit points, Left Click on the numbers at the top (throttle %, or Pressure), then L-click and drag in the graphic screen to change the point values. It shows the % change as you drag.
I find that editing this way in graphic mode I can see the changes easily and even go back to the original value.
You can also use the mouse scrolling wheel to move the point.
Zuber were you able to find this map? Curious to have a look.
Yeah, that 2011 990 R map is included in the TuneECU mapfest for ktm.
FYI - there's another thread that discusses the O2 sensors...