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Offline TomC407

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Stock 2010 on dyno
« Reply #50 on: 28 April, 2015, 06:24:59 PM »
I've been using Daves v2 tune since September.  Stock 2010 SE, bike master filter, modified dog bone only mods.
There is a noticeable increase in midrange power and snatch is much less noticeable. This is why I have kept the tune- thanks again Dave!
The understandable downside is a significant increase in fuel consumption and decrease in range. 
With stock tune I got around 35mpg, the yellow low fuel light usually appears about 135 into the tank.
With Daves tune fuel consumption is closer to 30mpg. Yellow light on with only 110 miles on the trip odometer. 
Your mileage may vary....  Most of my riding is back and forth to work or just messing around on two lane roads with lots of stops and starts, lots of braking and acceleration.  On interstates the mileage is closer to 35mpg.  Gas is cheap in the US, particularly now, and the Tiger is just too damn much fun to ride meekly.  If I wanted to save gas I'd buy a Prius.... Or ride my KLR650

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« Last Edit: 28 April, 2015, 06:38:16 PM by TomC407 »
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Re: Stock 2010 on dyno
« Reply #51 on: 17 October, 2015, 06:36:07 AM »
I'm keen to try this (Dave's V2) on my stock Tiger but 'stock' here downunder has no CAT and no SAI.

Would this tune be suitable and does this mean I should uncheck the SAI in TuneECU?
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Re: Stock 2010 on dyno
« Reply #52 on: 18 October, 2015, 10:46:43 AM »
I have read this thread before and as my bike is stock I will try it in time but if you want to know about snatch off a closed throttle you should try an FZ6S2 600 fazer with the de- tuned R6 engine- I learnt to keep a little throttle open all the time :300:

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Re: Stock 2010 on dyno
« Reply #53 on: 18 October, 2015, 02:02:41 PM »
*Originally Posted by Plaz [+]
I'm keen to try this (Dave's V2) on my stock Tiger but 'stock' here downunder has no CAT and no SAI.

Would this tune be suitable and does this mean I should uncheck the SAI in TuneECU?
  Yes uncheck them then download it to the ecu
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Re: Stock 2010 on dyno
« Reply #54 on: 20 October, 2015, 07:49:15 AM »
Ok,

Thanks for the guidance Indy.

I have downloaded this tune and gotta say 1st impressions are I like it.   :028:

It feels smooth and consistent through the rev range.   :062:

Fuel economy on the standard 20409 tune was 5.6l/100km's and has gone up to 5.9l/100km's with this tune but hey its worth it for the extra power and smoothness.   :046:

I'm thinking that more fuel is better for cooling those pistons anyway.   :031:

In the interim I tried the TOR 20551 tune but was unimpressed in the 3-5k rev range where I felt a lot of lag.  I'm guessing this is due to me needing to open up the air box and/or put an open exhaust on so will retry that one later when I get those mods done. 

Also once the mods are complete I will be trying the indy tune  :152: and give my critical analysis of that.   :007:
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Re: Stock 2010 on dyno
« Reply #55 on: 06 January, 2019, 09:58:20 PM »
Just to confirm, V2 is the best tune for a stock bike with an aftermarket exhaust?

I plan to run Indys tune once I do a decat, airbox mod and hi flow filter but for now I just have a Mivv installed.

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Re: Stock 2010 on dyno
« Reply #56 on: 07 January, 2019, 02:05:34 AM »
Daves or Arrow road most likely.   Maybe Tor.

Dikmans tune list for most current version well for the older 1050's.  Sports not so much.
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Re: Stock 2010 on dyno
« Reply #57 on: 02 February, 2019, 09:00:43 AM »
Hi, I've just received cable and will be swapping out maps later today. My tiger is a 2008 - VIN is 317484. I just wanted to check if Dave's V2 map is suitable or if it is just for newer bikes? I haven't connected to see what map is currently loaded yet.

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Re: Stock 2010 on dyno
« Reply #58 on: 02 February, 2019, 11:59:48 AM »
*Originally Posted by natnif [+]
Hi, I've just received cable and will be swapping out maps later today. My tiger is a 2008 - VIN is 317484. I just wanted to check if Dave's V2 map is suitable or if it is just for newer bikes? I haven't connected to see what map is currently loaded yet.
Yes Dave's v2 map is probably the best for a stock bike in my opinion, I had the arrow road map prior on my 2010 tiger . changing to Dave's map was so much better  :028: cured all the snatching at low speed and gave it a bit more midrange as well . its a bit richer in places so you will see a small difference in the mpg, but as the bike runs so much smoother what does it matter  :123:
Let us know how you get on and don't forget to do the adaptation after you have loaded the new map , there is a great tuneecu guide in the stickies
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Re: Stock 2010 on dyno
« Reply #59 on: 02 February, 2019, 12:06:08 PM »
Thanks for that. I got impatient so went ahead with it! Map uploaded successfully. I let the bike idle for 12 mins and then went for a spin...is that what you mean by adaptation? If not I may have to go at it again! Anyway, I would see the low speed throttle snatch as being much improved if not gone completely, but is now totally maneagable which is great!