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Old 08-12-12, 09:26   #1
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The tuneboy live maps are on the tuneboy site, we now have the ability to use the side stand switch as a qiuckshifter, my question is does anyone have any pics of where to mount the new switch, i presume it will need to go on the shift rod. I am sure someone on here posted a few months ago he got his working but i cant find the post now.
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The tuneboy live maps are on the tuneboy site, we now have the ability to use the side stand switch as a qiuckshifter, my question is does anyone have any pics of where to mount the new switch, i presume it will need to go on the shift rod. I am sure someone on here posted a few months ago he got his working but i cant find the post now.
If I check the website it says it also supports traction controll.
But how does it even work with a piece of software and the stock ECU. Can someone explain?
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I don't know about this specifically, but most add on traction control systems work by calculating RPM rise for each gear. If the RPMs increase too fast, it cuts fuel. You have to set it up and make the necessary adjustments.
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If I check the website it says it also supports traction controll.
But how does it even work with a piece of software and the stock ECU. Can someone explain?
Heh, have you seen the interview with Mat Mladin a few years ago when he talks traction control? Think about all the tuning experience that team has and he says getting it set up is a real PITA, all about compromises, at least for the level riding they do.
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i have had a try at downloading the map to bike, but i cant get it to work at the min. i have a idea for the switch mount...i will try again tomorrow on a diff laptop.
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i have had a try at downloading the map to bike, but i cant get it to work at the min. i have a idea for the switch mount...i will try again tomorrow on a diff laptop.
Cool, keep us updated. I'm definitely curious about this. And take some pics if you find a nice solution.
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well things are looking up, installed the map off a different computer no problem, must be a driver issue on my laptop. tested the map switching, looks like its working. just the bracket to knock up and switch to wire in.
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well things are looking up, installed the map off a different computer no problem, must be a driver issue on my laptop. tested the map switching, looks like its working. just the bracket to knock up and switch to wire in.
You need to Race ECU for this?
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no its all working on a standard ecu. there is a separate tune for the race ecu.
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no its all working on a standard ecu. there is a separate tune for the race ecu.
That is nice
Is there a manual or something to make the switch/bracket?
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