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Offline Aphex

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Re: TuneEcu tune listings as of 04/28/2012
« Reply #40 on: 22 November, 2018, 05:15:00 PM »
That's true!

I was just thinking a bit ahead since the first mod I'll be doing is a Mivv Suono high mount.

I also saw Daves V2 tune and it interested me, I'll have a good ride home on Saturday from the sellers house (250 miles) so it'll be fun to back up the stock tune and load Dave's modified stock tune to see if the lower rpm and midrange gains can be felt on the butt dyno.

I've been using Tune ECU for 5 years now on my 990 so I'm quite familiar with it.
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Re: TuneEcu tune listings as of 04/28/2012
« Reply #41 on: 03 December, 2018, 01:49:19 PM »
Have you had time to try Dave's V2 map -- if so, what did your "butt" dyno tell you?   I recently bought a 2011 Tiger 1050 that still has an outdated 20407 map.   

Does the Tune ECU contain the last map update for the Tiger 1050 20548?   If so, I'd like to try that before trying Dave's V2 map

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Re: TuneEcu tune listings as of 04/28/2012
« Reply #42 on: 03 December, 2018, 10:08:18 PM »
*Originally Posted by nwrider [+]
Have you had time to try Dave's V2 map -- if so, what did your "butt" dyno tell you?   I recently bought a 2011 Tiger 1050 that still has an outdated 20407 map.   

Does the Tune ECU contain the last map update for the Tiger 1050 20548?   If so, I'd like to try that before trying Dave's V2 map

Hey nwrider,

You can download most of the tunes from here: http://www.tuneecu.com/Tune_List.html

20548 is there too  :152:
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Re: TuneEcu tune listings as of 04/28/2012
« Reply #43 on: 03 December, 2018, 10:36:39 PM »
*Originally Posted by nwrider [+]
Have you had time to try Dave's V2 map -- if so, what did your "butt" dyno tell you?   I recently bought a 2011 Tiger 1050 that still has an outdated 20407 map.   

Does the Tune ECU contain the last map update for the Tiger 1050 20548?   If so, I'd like to try that before trying Dave's V2 map

Not yet, I've got the wheels off the bike as it came with the OEM Pilot Road S made in 2008  :005:
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Re: TuneEcu tune listings as of 04/28/2012
« Reply #44 on: 03 December, 2018, 10:53:21 PM »
Thanks, please give us an update when you get re-shod + some miles :169:

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Re: TuneEcu tune listings as of 04/28/2012
« Reply #45 on: 07 January, 2019, 02:33:00 PM »
I've been tinkering with the map on my 2014 TS. It is completely stock save for the Scorpion can which has the baffle out.
The original tune was as advertised everywhere, snatchy at low revs and lumpy both hot and cold. I tried to map Dave73's stock v2 but TuneECU reported it wasn't compatible with my bike. Is that correct!? I have since flashed the TS Frankentune map and while it removes the snatchiness all over, MPG has plummeted from 45-46 down to about 36-37 which isn't sustainable.
Is there a tune that's a compromise?!

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Re: TuneEcu tune listings as of 04/28/2012
« Reply #46 on: 07 January, 2019, 03:56:44 PM »
*Originally Posted by Biccys [+]
I've been tinkering with the map on my 2014 TS. It is completely stock save for the Scorpion can which has the baffle out.
The original tune was as advertised everywhere, snatchy at low revs and lumpy both hot and cold. I tried to map Dave73's stock v2 but TuneECU reported it wasn't compatible with my bike. Is that correct!? I have since flashed the TS Frankentune map and while it removes the snatchiness all over, MPG has plummeted from 45-46 down to about 36-37 which isn't sustainable.
Is there a tune that's a compromise?!

You have a Sport mate, and unless Im mistaken you cant use std 1050 Maps. I dont think anybody has messed with the Sport maps and as far as I can tell you have 2 options,  20712 Std map, or 20715 for aftermarket silencer
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Re: TuneEcu tune listings as of 04/28/2012
« Reply #47 on: 07 January, 2019, 04:06:43 PM »
*Originally Posted by Timbox [+]
You have a Sport mate, and unless Im mistaken you cant use std 1050 Maps. I dont think anybody has messed with the Sport maps and as far as I can tell you have 2 options,  20712 Std map, or 20715 for aftermarket silencer

Yeah this is what conclusion I'm drawing now, having read more and more! There is the Frankentune, which is great but I'm not happy with 35mpg! Might smash the Arrow map on, see what happens there.
Cheers for the reply.