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Old 12-03-12, 09:42   #1
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Cool Dealer can't disable devices ???????

Hi guys pardon me for crashing your site because I have a Street Triple but am in the process of getting a 2010 a Daytona which will be more suitable for the track.
My plans are to take my full Leo Vince lo pro system from the Street & fit it to the Daytona, (because I like the low exhaust & think it will look great, besides, it sounds fantastic) in doing this, the exup valve & the cat become obsolete, & I want to get rid of the intake flapper valve & probably the SAIS as well. However, my local Triumph dealer workshop manager tells me that the Triumph diagnostic tool (?) doesn't allow them to modify settings of the ECU to facilitate this.
I feel suddenly disempowered & don't want to go to the expense of getting Tune boy stuff. (besides I am stupid with stuff like that)
Can anyone comment or offer suggestions please.
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Old 12-03-12, 09:55   #2
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Tuneecu.com You can do all the tuning yourself.
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Tune ECU is a freeware program and you only need to purchase this cable....mine came from china in 4 days.. Hope this helps

http://www.lightinthebox.com/OBD2-OB...mpaign=k244266
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tune ecu. all you need is a cable off ebay (cheap).

Never done it myself, but there are ALOT of people on here that say it's very, very simple.
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Wink Tune ecu more geriatric ignorance

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Tuneecu.com You can do all the tuning yourself.
Thanks for the prompt reply boys. So if I understand then, I download the software to my laptop, buy the cable & then plug into the bike ECU & Bob's your aunty ??
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Pretty much once plugged up you can add/remove whatever you want. Just be sure to either disconnect the headlight fuse/hook battery up to car/battery tender so the voltage doesn't drop below the required level.
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