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Old 11-22-10, 05:33   #31
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Failed R/R.
Failed R/R on a bike that's less than 2 months old and has 960kms on the clock?
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Old 11-22-10, 06:14   #32
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Failed R/R on a bike that's less than 2 months old and has 960kms on the clock?
It's usually going to happen soon-from-new if it's going to happen - hell, some bikes have had them fail 10 minutes down the road, or within days of buying the bike.
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Old 11-22-12, 17:27   #33
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Default 2012 Daytona 675R Arrow Map Install How to?

Folks, I just purchased a used 2012R and have the Arrow Slip on in the mail. The dealership told me that the stock map works fine, but a mechanic I know confirmed what everyone else is saying on the forum that there is a specific map for the Arrow Slip on.

I was planning on installing the slip on myself, but now it looks like I'll need to re-flash the ECU. I've seen a USB cable for the Daytona's but folks here are referencing a Triumph "hand held computer" as well.

What are are the appropriate steps to upload the map? Where do I find the map online? And what specific tools would I need for the flash (USB cable, hand held computer, etc.)?

Thanks so much!

CW
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Old 11-22-12, 21:19   #34
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Cable -- http://www.easy-motorcycle.com/obd2-...oda-p-112.html

Software -- http://www.tomhamburg.net/TuneECU_En/links.html

Guide -- http://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=44225

You will need to plug the cable into a computer so a laptop is also needed.
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Old 03-18-14, 17:01   #35
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The fugly can is the older model. If you have an 09+ bike, the full system has the pretty can.
I hate to possibly be reviving an old thread but Im looking at getting the Arrow slip on for my '09 but don't want to spend the 400 to find that FedEx deliver me the ugly end can!

Is it just the full system that has the nicer can? =)
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