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Hello,
i went through the topics with ecu maps, but they were not updated for a long time
same situation with tuneboy website.

i have a cafe racer 2006, officine exhaust, air flaps removed, dna air filter.

i would appreciate if you share your maps with me.

thanks

i was searching the forum, but can't find a step by step faq, how to connect and use the tuneboy
i was trying to download a new map today and i think i had success with the Tuneedit
the Tuneboy launched but didn't show anything. window with some error 2 appeared=(
 

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i went to a dynorun today and the first resullt was
100 hp and 111,8 when i left (from the back wheel)
mechanic told me, that i didn't have to remove the exhaust flap.
it would give me more smooth gas reaction especialy around 3 rpm, less
gas smell and a few more horses.
as the moto season here comes near to a close, will work it out during the loooong winter.
 

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i went to a dynorun today and the first resullt was
100 hp and 111,8 when i left (from the back wheel)
mechanic told me, that i didn't have to remove the exhaust flap.
it would give me more smooth gas reaction especialy around 3 rpm, less
gas smell and a few more horses.
as the moto season here comes near to a close, will work it out during the loooong winter.
Unborn,
that's a good start!
there is another way to remove fuel smell.
http://www.engenia.com.au/08_FuelIgnition/03_ECU/AFRTuner.html
http://www.afrtuner.com/
installing a Motty afr tuner was the best improvement to my TNT!
keep yourself & bike warm through the Winter!
Cheers.:D
 

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Wow, thank you for a reply piligrim,
i started to think that i'm invisible)))
i'm already using a tuneboy,
do you think that afr will adjust the map automatically and better then a dynorun specialist?
 

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is your TPS calibrated? it's shown on the tune edit screen. you should be able to see it change when the key is turned on and you twist the throttle. it should go from about 0 to 100
 

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do you think that afr will adjust the map automatically and better then a dynorun specialist?
The Motty AT does not adjust the map, instead it adjusts where the map is way too rich, and makes the bike run better & more economically.
as my TNT is pre-cat, I had the last pre-cat map ('06) installed on the ECM.
using a laptop, the Motty's settings are adjusted to give a set afr (air-fuel-ratio) at every 200rpm (& at various throttle positions) for where you feel the map is needing adjustment.
because the TNT maps are generally on the rich side, it's an easy job to progressively lean the afr(15:1) in the low-throttle range for town/touring, & keep it richer(13:1) for sport riding.
in the absence of a Motty AT on your bike,
if your dyno specialist has tuneboy experience, he may be very helpful.
hope this helps.
Cheers.:D
 

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Unborn,
that's a good start!
there is another way to remove fuel smell.
http://www.engenia.com.au/08_FuelIgnition/03_ECU/AFRTuner.html
http://www.afrtuner.com/
installing a Motty afr tuner was the best improvement to my TNT!
keep yourself & bike warm through the Winter!
Cheers.:D
Hi Pilgrim,

you forgot another way to remove the fuel smell: one of my PC maps!.;)

Ask to Spunant, his TNT improved dramatically only downloading my map. It delivered so much power that he suffered a gear box failure.:doh:

Cheers.

Carles.
 
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