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36000 mile oil analysis
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Apr 09, 2016
 
Oil Analysis
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Jun 28, 2015
 
SAI O2 Triggers
 Views: 195
Jan 01, 2015
 
Non-SAI O2 Triggers
 Views: 201
Jan 01, 2015
 
Closed Loop Triggers Calm Driving
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Dec 30, 2014
 
Closed Loop Triggers
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Dec 30, 2014
 
Adaption Taking Place
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Dec 29, 2014
 
MAP + O2V
The MAP values are sorted and compared to O2 Voltage at that point. Two things are interesting, first that it shows how often I stayed at the middle range of MAP values. Second, if you look closely at the right hand side of each graph (may be difficult on these small versions) you can see that it th…
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Dec 19, 2014
 
TPS +O2V
TPS is represented logarithmically so that you can see clearly the 1-10 position as well as the 10-100 positions. I find this chart interesting, but can't quite make any useful conclusions from it. As expected, as you approach 100 TPS, the overall voltage goes almost exclusively on the "rich" side.
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Dec 19, 2014
 
GPS + MPG
I believe this graphical representation tells the same story as the GPS v MPG charts, with the addition of time spent on each speed and how that may affect the overall account. Remember, around 80 mph I get around 42 mpg, so the MPG calc is precise, just not accurate.  
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Dec 19, 2014
 
RPM + Fuel Trim
In this graph I sorted RPM and looked at line graphs of FT and RPM. It's a bit difficult to read since the RPM graphs are so very different between each tune. It is interesting to note that the 2 tunes with altered F-L switch values look considerably different above 3500 rpm than the Triumph version…
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Dec 19, 2014
 
RPM v Fuel Trim
In this graph you see covariables of FT on the Y axis and RPM on the X axis. The difference in how the fuel trim matches with each RPM is apparent in each tune. I have found that if you multiply RPM, TPS, and MAP together, 99% of unique combinations have a specific fuel trim. That is, in the graph w…
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Dec 19, 2014
 
GPS v MPG
This is a graph that indicated how speed factors into MPG. The "fade" on the left shows how at idle there is a 1:1 relationship. These are points that resulted by coming onto an off ramp, for instance. You can also see that it is relatively flat from 50-80, where it starts to drop off. There is also…
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Dec 19, 2014
 
Broken Key
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Nov 28, 2014
 
9ReadMap
If you think the next step is to ge the map that is currently on the bike, you are correct. BUT DON'T CLICK DOWNLOAD!! You want this button, it will read the map that is currently on the bike and show it to you . If you already have a map open, it will set that map as the compare map once the bike's…
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Sep 23, 2014