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Offline monstertiger

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Re: 20550 Indy's tune
« Reply #160 on: 25 March, 2018, 03:58:52 PM »
Thank you now i do a valve check, i think that 2 week i finish it and load a indy map... Sorry for My english

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Re: 20550 Indy's tune
« Reply #161 on: 25 March, 2018, 06:26:01 PM »
*Originally Posted by monstertiger [+]
Thank you now i do a valve check, i think that 2 week i finish it and load a indy map... Sorry for My english

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Re: 20550 Indy's tune
« Reply #162 on: 28 March, 2018, 03:15:04 AM »
Try, you might like..

Yes, 98 MON about same as our premium.

Should work, try adaption after loading to make sure it's running right. 
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Re: 20550 Indy's tune
« Reply #163 on: 28 March, 2018, 01:39:57 PM »
connected up to Tuneecu yesterday (used the How to guide by day7a1 - brilliant & easy to follow) & I am currently running map 20542 which from the list of tunes is the latest one for std T1050 with SAI & Arrow Exhaust.
bike is totally stock apart from the SC Project high exhaust.

do I go for Indy's 20550 or DavesV2 map?  :187:  :183:

or do I stick with 20542??
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Re: 20550 Indy's tune
« Reply #164 on: 29 March, 2018, 01:16:21 AM »
If stock. Dave's or Arrow road.   Dikman's tune list has the real numbers instead of names.

Mine will be TOO rich. NO cat, and NO baffle. with dogbone opened up..

At least do the hole in the clean side fix.
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Re: 20550 Indy's tune
« Reply #165 on: 29 March, 2018, 09:21:43 PM »
*Originally Posted by indytiger1050 [+]
If stock. Dave's or Arrow road.   Dikman's tune list has the real numbers instead of names.

Mine will be TOO rich. NO cat, and NO baffle. with dogbone opened up..

At least do the hole in the clean side fix.
Cheers Indy,
thanks for the info on your tune,
20542 is the latest Arrow road tune, so i am going to load Daves V2 over the weekend (if it stops f-in Raining for long enough  :232: )
i will also have a look at doing the hole in the clean side  :490:
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Re: 20550 Indy's tune
« Reply #166 on: 07 January, 2019, 03:00:16 PM »
Apologies for the repeat post (I posted this in the list of tunes thread too, but this seems like a more appropriate thread!)
I've been tinkering with the map on my 2014 TS. It is completely stock AFAIK 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?! Indy, yours is getting a lot of praise here, and I like the idea of no stalling and higher top end with the mid range grunt it already has. Will this be the compromise I'm after?!

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Re: 20550 Indy's tune
« Reply #167 on: 08 January, 2019, 09:23:49 AM »
*Originally Posted by Biccys [+]
Apologies for the repeat post (I posted this in the list of tunes thread too, but this seems like a more appropriate thread!)
I've been tinkering with the map on my 2014 TS. It is completely stock AFAIK 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?! Indy, yours is getting a lot of praise here, and I like the idea of no stalling and higher top end with the mid range grunt it already has. Will this be the compromise I'm after?!

Hey Biccys, your 2013-2015 Tiger has a limited number of tunes available. You could try the Power Commander or HillTop routes  :031:
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Re: 20550 Indy's tune
« Reply #168 on: 08 January, 2019, 12:56:52 PM »
*Originally Posted by Biccys [+]
Apologies for the repeat post (I posted this in the list of tunes thread too, but this seems like a more appropriate thread!)
I've been tinkering with the map on my 2014 TS. It is completely stock AFAIK 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?! Indy, yours is getting a lot of praise here, and I like the idea of no stalling and higher top end with the mid range grunt it already has. Will this be the compromise I'm after?!

The Sport tunes are listed in the link below, they are down near the bottom of the list.

http://www.tuneecu.com/Tune_List.html

Assuming your Tiger Sport has a VIN of 750469 or lower, have you tried tune #20715? It is for aftermarket slip-ons and 95 RON fuel. There is tune #20716 too which is for aftermarket silencers but has a 91 RON fuel requirement. This is for use in regions that have crap fuel quality and if your Sport suffers detonation issues. The lower octane tunes have softer timing and less power, sometimes called "neutered" tunes.
« Last Edit: 08 January, 2019, 01:02:58 PM by gosling 1 »
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Re: 20550 Indy's tune
« Reply #169 on: 08 January, 2019, 06:52:15 PM »
^^^ what gosling1 says  ^^^

The early TS runs a different ECU from pre-Sport bikes which requires different maps.   I have an aftermarket SC Project can on mine (with baffle in) and am running the 20715 tune (according to DealerTool, which can tell me that much but cant load new tunes in).   Its what a Triumph dealer would call the Arrow Road tune, as its intended for bikes with the factory Arrow cans.

No snatching on mine and averaging 46mpg on my 35 mile mixed road commute.  Sounds like it would be worth a try on yours, if you havent yet: