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Offline Pupone185

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Re: ECU Map for-Uk Tiger 1050 2010 SE standard filter with Delkevic 35
« Reply #20 on: 08 July, 2018, 09:04:15 PM »
Thanks a lot !!! I'm currently on the 20545 and is an animal of map ! I'd like to try the Dave's V2 and see the difference :)  :490: :490: :490:

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Re: ECU Map for-Uk Tiger 1050 2010 SE standard filter with Delkevic 35
« Reply #21 on: 08 July, 2018, 09:32:25 PM »
You're welcome. I started with the arrow road map 20542 as I had an arrow can before the sc project.
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Re: ECU Map for-Uk Tiger 1050 2010 SE standard filter with Delkevic 35
« Reply #22 on: 09 July, 2018, 12:32:04 PM »
*Originally Posted by Tigermike [+]
  :401: Valerio & JerryH to the Forum.  :152:
wow 2 newbies in 1 go..
so Jerry, whats your impressions of the 20545 map before & after you did the airbox mod?,  :084:
I have the same setup but with a SC Project can.

(apologies Yellow Dog - I know you have already given me your thoughts & recommendations  :431: ).. ooohh  95RON that's normal Unleaded isn't it?


Hi Tigermike

Thanks for the welcome, just noticed your response.

After doing the mods and loaded the 20545 I found the bike to be a lot quicker around the 4k rpm area, but a little erratic around 2k rpm area at low speed round town and the throttle is a little snatchy when off and back on the power, nearly caught me out a couple of times coming out corners, though got used to it. One major improvement I found was the gears seem smoother to engage.

One thing I did notice is number two throttle body is out by 10 lower than the others, I did wonder if that was set it would be smoother at lower rpm.

Regards Jerry

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Re: ECU Map for-Uk Tiger 1050 2010 SE standard filter with Delkevic 35
« Reply #23 on: 09 July, 2018, 01:34:49 PM »
*Originally Posted by JerryH [+]
Hi Tigermike

Thanks for the welcome, just noticed your response.

After doing the mods and loaded the 20545 I found the bike to be a lot quicker around the 4k rpm area, but a little erratic around 2k rpm area at low speed round town and the throttle is a little snatchy when off and back on the power, nearly caught me out a couple of times coming out corners, though got used to it. One major improvement I found was the gears seem smoother to engage.

One thing I did notice is number two throttle body is out by 10 lower than the others, I did wonder if that was set it would be smoother at lower rpm.

Regards Jerry
I had the same issue (snatchy & erratic at low speed) on the arrow road map 20542, but a lot smoother now on Daves V2 map.  :123:
BTW what map did you start with on the bike before you changed to 20545?
ref the throttle bodies being different, if you mean when doing the adaptation on TuneECU it shows you the 3 throttle bodies at about 600 to 620 - a difference of 10 is normal, mine run at 610, 610, 600 or variations of that. have a look at the Tune ECU guide in the Sticky for pics & descriptions.
 :031: Mike.
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Re: ECU Map for-Uk Tiger 1050 2010 SE standard filter with Delkevic 35
« Reply #24 on: 09 July, 2018, 03:03:16 PM »
Tigermike

The map before was 20548, I think that's the standard factory one, the bike was standard when I bought it in February.

I'm interested in trying other maps but not managed to find the hex files to download yet.

I'll probably leave the throttle bodies for the time being if it's not a problem.

Regards Jerry

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Re: ECU Map for-Uk Tiger 1050 2010 SE standard filter with Delkevic 35
« Reply #25 on: 12 July, 2018, 11:55:55 PM »
*Originally Posted by JerryH [+]
Tigermike

The map before was 20548, I think that's the standard factory one, the bike was standard when I bought it in February.

I'm interested in trying other maps but not managed to find the hex files to download yet.

I'll probably leave the throttle bodies for the time being if it's not a problem.

Regards Jerry
yes 20548 is the latest Triumph map for the std bike, all the hex files are in the tune library on TuneECU,  i didnt need to adjust my throttle bodies.
try this link, hopefully should work
http://www.tuneecu.com/TuneECU_En/links.html
if you click on the link labled  TuneLibrary v2.5.8.9  immediately under the Tuneecu software it will down load a file you can save to a folder on your laptop, all the maps are here.  :028:
Yam RD125 DX, Kwak GPZ305, Honda CB400T, 1983 Kwak GT550, Suzuki GSF650 Bandit, Tiger 1050SE .... got there in the end.