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02-04-20 00:14
Rookie28
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Originally Posted by mszilves View Post
I can confirm 100% it's working on the newer gen bikes. I have flashed both my Street as well as the race bike, and it works perfectly.

Diagnostic functions as well as fuel-remapping, disable SAI/O2 etc are all working 100%. You can write the F tables, change idle RPM tables, disable the F/L switch, bleed ABS, basically all functions except reading a map from the ECU.

The requirements are:
1. Any decent Android tablet with Bluetooth capability
2. Latest TuneECU from the Google Play store
3. OBDLink LX dongle (Amazon) - this is important, and is the only one currently confirmed working


Would you please share a link to the exact dongle in Amazon?


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09-30-19 14:32
MacBandit You have to use android. For one the windows version hasn’t been updated in a couple years. All current development is for Android.
09-30-19 12:05
cdenley
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Originally Posted by Juncura11 View Post
Extra late reply... I've been in and out of town. I came home and the the OBDLink dongle had been delivered and I'm ready to give it a go. Do you know if I need to use a tablet? I've got a laptop that I use for tuning and It's got bluetooth.
Should work if you install Android-x86 (a little tricky), but the Windows version of TuneECU will definitely not work with Bluetooth or the newer, locked Triumph ECU's. I never tried using Bluetooth from Android x86 yet though.
09-30-19 11:45
Juncura11
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Originally Posted by mszilves View Post
I can confirm 100% it's working on the newer gen bikes. I have flashed both my Street as well as the race bike, and it works perfectly.

Diagnostic functions as well as fuel-remapping, disable SAI/O2 etc are all working 100%. You can write the F tables, change idle RPM tables, disable the F/L switch, bleed ABS, basically all functions except reading a map from the ECU.

The requirements are:
1. Any decent Android tablet with Bluetooth capability
2. Latest TuneECU from the Google Play store
3. OBDLink LX dongle (Amazon) - this is important, and is the only one currently confirmed working
Extra late reply... I've been in and out of town. I came home and the the OBDLink dongle had been delivered and I'm ready to give it a go. Do you know if I need to use a tablet? I've got a laptop that I use for tuning and It's got bluetooth.
08-26-19 10:16
Jerry Trainer does anyone have a full exhaust race map for the street triple 2013 ABS?
08-21-19 17:34
MGFChapin
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Originally Posted by mszilves View Post
OBDLink LX dongle (Amazon) - this is important, and is the only one currently confirmed working
The OBDLink MX works too, apparently.

Working on customer's bikes in the past, I had to pay Dealertool to register each ECU. Now the latest version of TuneECU lets me do all the same stuff and more, with as many different bikes as I want. I'm happy with it to say the least.
08-21-19 13:30
mszilves I can confirm 100% it's working on the newer gen bikes. I have flashed both my Street as well as the race bike, and it works perfectly.

Diagnostic functions as well as fuel-remapping, disable SAI/O2 etc are all working 100%. You can write the F tables, change idle RPM tables, disable the F/L switch, bleed ABS, basically all functions except reading a map from the ECU.

The requirements are:
1. Any decent Android tablet with Bluetooth capability
2. Latest TuneECU from the Google Play store
3. OBDLink LX dongle (Amazon) - this is important, and is the only one currently confirmed working
08-21-19 00:39
Juncura11
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Originally Posted by MacBandit View Post
Yes with the latest update all years including current can be written to and all basic diagnostic. The only thing you can't do is read a map in the ECU. You can write one to it though.

All the info is on their website. www.tuneecu.com
Yeah, I've read their site, but I couldn't get it to connect to the ecu and I've heard both that it will and it won't.
08-21-19 00:36
MacBandit Yes with the latest update all years including current can be written to and all basic diagnostic. The only thing you can't do is read a map in the ECU. You can write one to it though.

All the info is on their website. www.tuneecu.com
08-21-19 00:24
Juncura11
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Originally Posted by Reroll View Post
What are you looking to do? You can basically read but not write to the ECU with TuneECU. So you could read CELs but that's about it, can't clear them.
I have a customer who wants to swap the Daytona cams into his Street Triple and asked me to do the work and tune it. I wasn't sure if I could use TuneEcu or if he needs to buy a Power Commander.
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