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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Going to try to use a local shops dynojet dyno with the tuning link software, anyone done this? also I have to get a RS232 to USB adaptor for my new laptop, (my old one had 2 RS232 ports, unfortunately this one doesnt)so i can connect to the bikes ecu with my Tuneboy cable, I take it i will need another one for the RS232 cable that will come from the Dynojet PC into the laptop when the dyno pc makes up a map?
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
Best that any future buyers of the Tune Boy cable get the USB version as thats where the world is heading:rollin

Sorry Nathan don't know jack about the TB Dynojet hookup.
 
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Beware of USB to Serial converters

If it is a laptop talking to the ECU, then go for a laptop with ports.

I havent tried the PCMCIA, but trying to get a USB-to-serial converter to allow our laptop to talk to our Magnetti Marrelli Race ECU caused all sorts of problems. It just wouldnt drive the voltages needed. We ended up swapping laptops.
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
on my Honda that had a pcmIII I used a usb to RS232 flying lead and had no problems with comunications,
on the pcmIII for the TNT it is usb/usb.
aussievtr if your using a proper dynojet dealer for setting up the pcmIII then he will have the correct connections to tap into the bikes loom (throttle sensor, stick coil and tacho wires), once the map has been produced you can connect your laptop to the pcmIII's port and upload the new map into your laptop for safe keeping.
 
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tuneboy

I have to save the map first into my laptop, then load it into the ecu with the tuneboy system.
 
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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
Re: tuneboy

What kind of can you have, standar Arrow or some race can without DB-Killer.

W: Pekka
 
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Re: tuneboy

I think I read on the tuneboy site that they only support one type of serial/usb adapter ? I would check with wayne @ tuneboy before buying one. 0]
I just had a quick read on tuneboy tutorials,(using tuneboy with power com software) have you read it ?
it sounds like you connect to power com and tuneboy at same time,it sounds quite complicated but you probably need to read it a few times to take it all in ! your dyno man may be familiar using it with tuneboy. Good luck, show us some dyno results if you can?
 
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Discussion Starter · #9 ·
tuneboy

I have the "Benelli Sport Ti" can on it with the bung out, the dyno guy has never used tuneboy, hence me trying to get info on it, Ive directed him to the tuneboy site, hes keen on a power commander but I'm not buying another ecu controller.:eek

Will let you all know how i go
 
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Re: tuneboy

Hey aussievtr, do you know is it the tuneboy that can only richen up the mixture or is that a different gizmo i've read about?
 
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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
mixtures

I think tuneboy can richen and lean the fuel ,and advance and retard ignition if your brave enough, you can down load it for free from the website and play with it .
 
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