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Stalling at pit in

2011 D675 track bike. When I first start the bike from cold I must let it warm up before attempting to ride. If I dont it will almost certainly stall the first time the bike comes to idle and then struggle to start again. I also find coming into the pit that when clutch full in and rolling to my pit it will often stall out. I haven't looked through tune ecu yet. Idle sits around 1600 rpm or so. Should I just adjust it up some or should I be looking elsewhere? Its baffling me. Bike runs great otherwise.

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Manual idle adjuster? O2 sensor?
My understanding from reading around there is no manual idle adjuster, only through the ECU. Regardless my initial thought was add 100 revs or so. O2 sensor was deleted when previous owner upgraded exhaust. No codes so I assume it was correctly deleted with tune ECU.

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I'd start with a good ISCV adjustment. (that is adjustment of the stepper motor function and relevant rocker position). Follow directions of the maintenance manual piously and chances are you'll solve your problem.
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I'd start with a good ISCV adjustment. (that is adjustment of the stepper motor function and relevant rocker position). Follow directions of the maintenance manual piously and chances are you'll solve your problem.
Interesting. I'll pull out the maintenance manual when I get home this evening. Any special tools or experience needed?

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Agreed the idle stepper adjustment is always a good one to check. However when the idle is that high the ECU will not be able to adapt so itís idle adaptation will not be able to compensate for weather or fuel changes. Drop the idle down to around 1200. Then reset the adaptations and then let it idle for a solid 10-12minutes and see if the adaptation indicator in TuneECU turns green and see if that fixes the issue.
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Thanks. I haven't dabble with tune ECU yet. I'll download it on the laptop. I do have a cable at least. Thanks for the advice.

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Anyone have a link to some good information on setting up and using tune ECU? A lot of what I have found is pretty dated and I'm seeing some mixed information on using windows 10. I could go the android route but already had the USB cable.

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I remember it took me a good couple hours surfing the web to get it set up correctly. From what I understand Android is the preferred method now-a-days. I'd save yourself the headache and go that route.
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I remember it took me a good couple hours surfing the web to get it set up correctly. From what I understand Android is the preferred method now-a-days. I'd save yourself the headache and go that route.
I'm going to give the android version a shot. I have an odb/USB cable and happen to have the right adapter around. For $11 for the app at least I can have it at the track with me too being typically dont bring a laptop. I'm not that worried about maps which is when the computer is probably a bit easier.

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