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hi,im new to the daytona and after some advice ,i downloaded tune ecu on to lap top ,anyway was a bit bored and thought lets plug it in to see how it works ,checked the fan servo on exup on test components ,and other bits.went out for a ride and bike is acting up ,seems to have surging problems not at any sort of revs just when throttle is stable in one place ,i did click on to the adjust iscv and double clicked it til it went amber on the adjust icon,i didn't click ok to adjust it but it hasn't been right since i plugged it in ,was thinking was there suppose to be a sequence when i double clicked the adjust iscv ?as i double clicked it again to try and turn the amber icon off i hope this makes sense
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Try performing a TPS baseline. You can look around about how to do this, it's pretty easy.
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cheers mate ,will have a look at that ,where is a good place on this forum for tune ecu tutorials ,as im not that fantastic with these sort of things
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There's not a specific place but you can use the search function. Plenty of info to be found.
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hi,im new to the daytona and after some advice ,i downloaded tune ecu on to lap top ,anyway was a bit bored and thought lets plug it in to see how it works ,checked the fan servo on exup on test components ,and other bits.went out for a ride and bike is acting up ,seems to have surging problems not at any sort of revs just when throttle is stable in one place ,i did click on to the adjust iscv and double clicked it til it went amber on the adjust icon,i didn't click ok to adjust it but it hasn't been right since i plugged it in ,was thinking was there suppose to be a sequence when i double clicked the adjust iscv ?as i double clicked it again to try and turn the amber icon off i hope this makes sense
If the bike still surges after calibration with tune ecu, then check your stator/rectifier and cps sensor which comes with the stator. They are notorious for going bad on 675s.
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try this -reset adaptation and if your bike has mods reload the map you had for them as well.

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To add to the links posted above there is a Facebook forum for TuneECU.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/TuneECU/

Alain has also set up a forum.
http://tuneecu.boards.net/

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