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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I only use the Tuneboy to load in tunes done by the sweat of others.

If I load in a tune, do I then need to/is it good practise to do the following?

1) CO adjustment

2) Reset TPS to sort out the idle and low speed running.

TIA

Mark
 
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Dev,

You reset with engine off though do you?

Do you warm up bike, turn engine off, reset and let run for a while to let it settle in?

Cheers

Mark
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
Gnash!

I've been through all the documentation for Tuneboy, looked hard at the software interface and I cannot find where the reset TPS button is or the procedure - same for the Co?

How do you do this procedure?

Mark
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
To reset the idle control, open Tuneboy Diagnostics (not Tune Edit). On the Sensor page, at the bottom is a button to "Reset ISCV". Reset this when the engine is warm, but not running. Make sure the ISC step reading (top line far right) still falls within range = 30-35.

CO is Carbon Monoxide - it is the factory oxygen sensor. When you alter the map, you change the O2 reading.
 
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
Cheers Dev.

Another Q..... today I opened her up and hit 11,500 revs before realising the rev limiter seemed disabled.

I'm running tune 20088 Dyno 39.

Is it possible to reinstate the rev limiter?

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Yep go into 'Edit' select 'Rev Limit' and put in the revs where you'd like the engine to stop revving. I'd use 9900 as an absolute max for a stock engine.
 
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I have my limiter set at 9950 rpm, but the tach shows nearly 11,500 rpm. The tach is off. I checked it against the dyno and with Tuneboy diagnostics.
 
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Discussion Starter · #10 ·
Ahh makes sense because the rev limiter with tune 20088 was set at 9900.... I just wondered why the hell it never kicked in.

Before, with factory tune it did cut off very suddenly at 9500 or some figure near there.

Mark
 
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