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Well from doin some reading on the furums I found that even though you install a new tune sometimes the CO% needs raised a tad on the 2001.

My bike was stalling and the dealership couldn't figure out why, they first replaced the stepper motor (didn't change anything). Then tried syncing throttle bodies reset TPS and said it was fixed. Drove it home and it stalled again.

Did some reading and called the dealership and told them about raising the CO% and they said OK we'll try that. BOOM it worked. I tested it this weeked in stop and go traffic and highway and stopping with no stalling. I did notice however that my shift points have changed slightly, seems I'm shifting sooner. But I dont care as long as it is not stalling.

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Glad to hear it. Might be interesting to have a tuneboy hooked up to see how it compares to other known tunes.
 

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Well from doin some reading on the furums I found that even though you install a new tune sometimes the CO% needs raised a tad on the 2001.

My bike was stalling and the dealership couldn't figure out why, they first replaced the stepper motor (didn't change anything). Then tried syncing throttle bodies reset TPS and said it was fixed. Drove it home and it stalled again.

Did some reading and called the dealership and told them about raising the CO% and they said OK we'll try that. BOOM it worked. I tested it this weeked in stop and go traffic and highway and stopping with no stalling. I did notice however that my shift points have changed slightly, seems I'm shifting sooner. But I dont care as long as it is not stalling.

Thanks thespeedtriple.com!!!
What is meant by CO%? Thanks
 

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What is meant by CO%? Thanks
At low RPM and low throttle openings the ECU uses an O2 (Lambda) sensor to adjust the mixture and produce a smooth idle. The adjustment in the ECU is read in terms of %CO, or Carbon Monoxide. This is a way to measure the mixture. What tripleniple did was richen up the mixture (add more fuel) at low throttle openings and low RPM's, thus increasing the percentage of Carbon Monoxide (O2.)

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Holy bring back from the dead batman.
 
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