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Here's my experience with this tune on my 2007 speed triple with k&m filter, low mount gp exhaust, sai and o2 enabled and 15500 miles on the clock
First let me tell you that I'm not a "fuel ingetor specialist" I have more then average auto-mechanical degree and skills but a have no clue when it comes to changing parameters in map itself so I was looking for a map like TOD that's "clinically proven"
Torque is amazing! Wow! The smoothness of acceleration is very impressive, the engine braking got way better I enjoyed that a lot
But had to let it all go
Because of what's going on at 3,500-4000 rpm especially when engine is getting hot and at around 30-45 mph
It feels like you loosing a fuel or ignition for few seconds and then all of a sudden it's coming back and just throwing you forward hard and it's backfires but not too much
I did 80 miles trip on TOD and then 80miles switched to original map to get home had zero issues (in case you may think there's maybe some mechanical problem)

I've nearly read this entire topic and found it not necessarily to disable SAI and o2 before ride this tune hard
Was I wrong?
I know this topic is nearly dead but there's still hope

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one change in the tune is the point where it switches tables. This is one of the causes of the dead spot, but it also helped clean up the even lower "parking lot" rpms. It happens in that rev range at light constant throttle.
The easiest way to correct it, is to bump up the rear sprocket. This will yield a slight RPM bump at your desired cruising speed and get you out of the hole. What fuel are you running? She will want premium.

Also ditch that K&N. No gain in performance, increased maintenance, increased risk of dusting the engine. Lose/lose/lose. Just use a stock paper filter with the flash guard removed.
 

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Hi Guys. I have 2007 with mivv gp, o2 sensor disabled. Just got my lonelec lead and laptop. Where is best place and which tune ecu app do i download please.. There are a few on google play store..some you have to pay for??
 

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Some what? Tunes? What tunes? Do you have a link?

best place to get them is right off the TuneECU website
 

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one change in the tune is the point where it switches tables. This is one of the causes of the dead spot, but it also helped clean up the even lower "parking lot" rpms. It happens in that rev range at light constant throttle.
The easiest way to correct it, is to bump up the rear sprocket. This will yield a slight RPM bump at your desired cruising speed and get you out of the hole. What fuel are you running? She will want premium.
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I hadn't changed any things in tables.
How can I determent where's that dead spot? I guess there is no simple answer for it
I've ordered a stock filter already I agree with you that k&n sucks.
What comes to fuel I've always put premium.
Original sprocket I believe is 42 so if I just add 3 more tooth will I need to upgrade chain as well or tensioner will handle it do you know? I just put new chain





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Stock length chain is good for a 45t sprocket. I wouldn’t change anything in the tune. Just load the proper year, reset the adaptive via the 12min tune-up, and give it a go
 

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Hi Guys, just installed T.O.D on my 07 Speedie, MIV low mount, stock headers, 02 delete & K&N ( have to disagree with Joe always run them on all my bikes for the last 25 years) first thing I noticed was the exhaust note got crisper with a more even idle, on the road definitely smoother but not noticeably quicker, backing down through the gears the pop and cackle was almost non existent so I assume she had been a bit rich on the old tune. The only issue I have is at "carpark" throttle she's still snatchy, probably better than before, but still annoying, so any suggestions on a fix would be appreciated.
 

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Hi Guys, just installed T.O.D on my 07 Speedie, MIV low mount, stock headers, 02 delete & K&N ( have to disagree with Joe always run them on all my bikes for the last 25 years) first thing I noticed was the exhaust note got crisper with a more even idle, on the road definitely smoother but not noticeably quicker, backing down through the gears the pop and cackle was almost non existent so I assume she had been a bit rich on the old tune. The only issue I have is at "carpark" throttle she's still snatchy, probably better than before, but still annoying, so any suggestions on a fix would be appreciated.
Still have the same issue in mine. Seems the only suggestion is the rear sprocket change to 45t which adjust revs to move it out of the snatchy spot. Something I'm yet to try.
Love the extra punch with the new tune but it favour aggressions I think.

Smooth on steady or part throttle it is not. I spend a lot of time like that filtering in traffic while commuting so am considering a switch back to my arrow pipes and tune.

I seem to have lost bit of something with the bike recently with some adjustments. Doesn't always work for every rider I guess.

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Glad I'm not alone, from reading all I can on the subject seems a Power Commander and custom Dynotune would be the only real fix.
Over all I'm happy with the T.O.D lucky for me I don't have to deal with much traffic or the snatchy throttle would be more of an issue.
May try a couple more tunes might find one thats better suited good luck with yours.
 

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Power Commander and a custom dyno tune?

I’m thinking you need to recheck your hypotenuses and do some more research.
 

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Sorry Joe I thought I'd read it all but just realised theres more that I haven't, being old and illiterate thats my excuse apologies again.
 

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Hi everyone, I have a 2010 round headlight model, with vin 393486, with stock air filter and low hp corse hydroform silencer..
Do you think this map can be good for me?
Now I'm using stock 20539 map, the one for arrow lowboy with sai activated, all other maps makes too many pops crankle and flames... 20539 makes none at all.
But I noticed the feeling that bike was going better with stock pipes, don't know if it's real or just my suggestion.
I think I'll try this, but I'm a little afraid to damage something ��
 

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Short answer from the 300+ pages is yes. If it's low mount it will be good. Be aware that there are multiple reports of 'snatchy' throttle response on low steady rpm. Doesn't seem to be much of a fix for this but Joe H (s3 guru) suggests 45tooth rear sprocket. Helps to move Rev range out of the rough zone. I tend to notice it a lot as I do a lot of commuting and filtering where it is frustrating. But when out on a weekend blast where you are pushing on it is great.... smooth and punchy. It basically just wants to 'go' all the time.

Try it. If it doesn't work, switch back. It's easy and I'm not technically minded.

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If you don’t want Pops and flames, put a marble in the SAI hose
 

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Like cj said give it a go, particularly if the majority of your riding is not stop start commuting. The snatchy throttle is definitely a thing but I find only at 'carpark' speed. The good out ways the bad by far!. Mine being an Aussie delivered bike, has no SAI so like Joe said block that shit off!. With T.O.D mine is smooth as with virtually no popping or cackle ( Tho I do miss that part!) Only other thing I've noticed is she cranks a little longer before firing with this tune, but from reading the thread I'm going to go back in and switch off the 02 sensor and see if that changes the issue, so go for it, if you don't like it you can always switch back.
 

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Like cj said give it a go, particularly if the majority of your riding is not stop start commuting. The snatchy throttle is definitely a thing but I find only at 'carpark' speed. The good out ways the bad by far!. Mine being an Aussie delivered bike, has no SAI so like Joe said block that shit off!. With T.O.D mine is smooth as with virtually no popping or cackle ( Tho I do miss that part!) Only other thing I've noticed is she cranks a little longer before firing with this tune, but from reading the thread I'm going to go back in and switch off the 02 sensor and see if that changes the issue, so go for it, if you don't like it you can always switch back.
That's interesting as I get a much faster crank .... I also didn't block sai as I prefer the pop, crackles and flames. But each to their own.

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Yeah she cranks just as fast, but takes a bit longer to fire, but runs clean when she does, and the only change I've made is the tune. I'm with you on the 'pop crackle & flames but I had no SAI to start with.
 

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Will this awesome map work on a 2016 engine on 2009 bike( with 2009 ECU)? SAI removed, O2 probe working, K&N filter, Shortened Remus can and Brisk racing 360 deg spark plug?
 
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