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: 2014 Triumph Daytona 675R fuel controllers?


True
06-13-14, 12:09
I know you guys jump into folks that don't "do a little searching" on the site for answers. I have been looking and Googling for days trying to figure out the best/easiest to use mapper for my 2014 675r.

I can't use TuneECU like on my speedy which is a huge bummer and Tuneboy doesn't support it either from what I have seen.

I am waiting on ordering exhaust and air filters until I can get something that will allow me to change the fuel map.

Also, do you guys know of specific maps that will allow me to boost performance running 87/89/93 octane? Whatever I can find to get some more ponies will make me a happy boy.

On another note, is there any benefit of removing the SAI like there was on the Speed Triples? Anyone have a how to on doing that?

So far since purchase in March I have put 4,300 miles on her and love it.

D675R newby
06-13-14, 23:09
Not to be a jerk but you must not be good at googling.
http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/bazzaz-z-fi-fuel-controller-triumph-daytona-675r-2013-2014
http://www.powercommander.com/powercommander/powercommanders.aspx?mk=37&mdl=132&yr=2014&pc=21-017&mk-n=Triumph&mdl-n=Daytona%20675&pc-ver=PCV&add-mdlyrid=21-017&add-mdlyrid2=21-017&fullstr=21-017&prod-type=Powercommander%20V&notes=
just to point out the first few.

58857
06-14-14, 22:15
Not to be a jerk but you must not be good at googling.
http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/bazzaz-z-fi-fuel-controller-triumph-daytona-675r-2013-2014
http://www.powercommander.com/powercommander/powercommanders.aspx?mk=37&mdl=132&yr=2014&pc=21-017&mk-n=Triumph&mdl-n=Daytona%20675&pc-ver=PCV&add-mdlyrid=21-017&add-mdlyrid2=21-017&fullstr=21-017&prod-type=Powercommander%20V&notes=
just to point out the first few.

I think he is talking about a custom ECU mapping solution, not a universal ZFI or PCV.

To answer the OP's question, there is not a solution yet like TuneECU for the 13+ bikes. I am patiently waiting as well for something better than a ZFI

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mcarnold
06-14-14, 23:16
I think he is talking about a custom ECU mapping solution, not a universal ZFI or PCV.

To answer the OP's question, there is not a solution yet like TuneECU for the 13+ bikes. I am patiently waiting as well for something better than a ZFI

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But the ZFI can be costumed mapped, all it would require is a dyno or a AFM.

AussieAdam
06-15-14, 01:03
(Also, do you guys know of specific maps that will allow me to boost performance running 87/89/93 octane? Whatever I can find to get some more ponies will make me a happy boy.)

You won't gain more power from a higher Octane rating than the Motor is designed for, with or without fuel tuning.
A higher Octane does give you more power, you could actually lose some.
Use Google and do some study to enlighten yourself.

58857
06-15-14, 01:42
But the ZFI can be costumed mapped, all it would require is a dyno or a AFM.

Correct but it is an add on...no one likes an add on lol

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BOPZX6R
06-15-14, 02:45
Correct but it is an add on...no one likes add one lol

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I do, especially when there's the only thing available. The functionality regarding fuel mapping, A/F calibration, tps and speed/gear calibration is similar enough to not matter than much anymore. If it's good enough for Danny Eslick to win the Daytona 200 with it's good enough for me.
Sure, there's bound be to possible warranty issues but i think you'll find that to be the case if someone manages to unlock the ecu aswell.

mcarnold
06-15-14, 23:18
(Also, do you guys know of specific maps that will allow me to boost performance running 87/89/93 octane? Whatever I can find to get some more ponies will make me a happy boy.)

You won't gain more power from a higher Octane rating than the Motor is designed for, with or without fuel tuning.
A higher Octane does give you more power, you could actually lose some.
Use Google and do some study to enlighten yourself.
Ive heard others mention 89 octane and nothing more. But I could've sworn I read in the owners manual (or somewhere else) 93 octane and nothing less...

Now with regards to octane performance, from my experience using the ole ass dyno. The lower the octane the smoother the throttle response feels. The higher the octane the snappier the throttle feels (more jerky). And the higher octane runs hotter it seems. The fan kicks on quickly and allot. As far as hp gain I have no idea. But the throttle response does feel slightly different. I run 89 just because

mcarnold
06-15-14, 23:24
I do, especially when there's the only thing available. The functionality regarding fuel mapping, A/F calibration, tps and speed/gear calibration is similar enough to not matter than much anymore. If it's good enough for Danny Eslick to win the Daytona 200 with it's good enough for me.
Sure, there's bound be to possible warranty issues but i think you'll find that to be the case if someone manages to unlock the ecu aswell.

+1, at this time that's really all we have to use to get a custom tune. And from what Ive read on here there was someone using the ZFI and AFM modules (and auto tuned) and then went and got a custom dyno tune and the difference was like .6 hp difference...so that tells me the add-ons with auto tune work pretty damn well! But I have a whole different set of questions regarding the add-on units with auto tune that is for another day.

As far as warranty, Im sure it would void the warranty.

58857
06-16-14, 19:58
I do, especially when there's the only thing available. The functionality regarding fuel mapping, A/F calibration, tps and speed/gear calibration is similar enough to not matter than much anymore. If it's good enough for Danny Eslick to win the Daytona 200 with it's good enough for me.
Sure, there's bound be to possible warranty issues but i think you'll find that to be the case if someone manages to unlock the ecu aswell.

True true...I'm not saying the units are bad at all...I just hate adding shit to my vehicles. I'm a fan of the Lotus motto. "Simplify. Then add lightness."

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mcarnold
06-16-14, 22:53
True true...I'm not saying the units are bad at all...I just hate adding shit to my vehicles. I'm a fan of the Lotus motto. "Simplify. Then add lightness."

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Oh I agree that I would much rather be able to tune the existing ecu than manipulate its signal. But Im not sure if the new ecu will ever be unlocked.

58857
06-18-14, 19:13
Oh I agree that I would much rather be able to tune the existing ecu than manipulate its signal. But Im not sure if the new ecu will ever be unlocked.

Unfortunately, I agree with you. I don't see any unlocking in the near future. At least there is always a bazzazz Z-Fi and dyno tune.

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