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post #11 of 276 Old 03-06-08, 16:16 Thread Starter
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...I opened 20208, clicked for it to apply the pcIII map and adjusted for the speedo correction, but as far as the map itself it appears that none of the figures in the 20208 map is actually changing... Any ideas?
PragB - have You looked in the "fuel % trim" - table after applying the PCIII-map? There is where the changes in the PCIII will stay (in %) until You choose to "Commit the changes to main table".

20203 is probably the correct tune to use as 20108 was the std tune for the -06.

I tried the files on my computer and it worked just fine!

Good luck - If it still bothers You, PM me and I'll send You the file;-)
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when I open my tuneedit I dont have the options on the page to switch between fuel map, ignition limit, fuel%trim etc... I have tunedit 3.5.0

edit: ok nevermind I now have it in advanced mode...

edit: ok... I think I finally got it now... Thanks...
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MODs you should sticky this thread, and allow us to pm new tunes to you that way it will be organized not like the other thread.
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First post updated with some popular requests. Last updates are marked with italic fonts.
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First post updated with Waynes Str3 Arrow tune.
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awsome post, this will be very useful. Thank you sir you have done a lot in this forum!.
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Does anyone have a decent Tuneboy Map to run with the Shark Pipes? Or which of the above would be best suited as a starting point?

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While waiting for an input from a Shark owner, Ducnut is( still?) running Shark with TOR tune and made a dyno run with AF log on Hordboys dyno in the thread https://www.triumph675.net/forum/show...highlight=dyno

It seems to work quite well, if You would like to gain some smoothness or maybe the last hp, one of the other slip-on maps might add some value.

However, this is yet to be verified by a Shark- and Tuneboy owner

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Does anyone have a decent Tuneboy Map to run with the Shark Pipes? Or which of the above would be best suited as a starting point?
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While waiting for an input from a Shark owner, Ducnut is( still?) running Shark with TOR tune and made a dyno run with AF log on Hordboys dyno in the thread https://www.triumph675.net/forum/show...highlight=dyno

It seems to work quite well, if You would like to gain some smoothness or maybe the last hp, one of the other slip-on maps might add some value.

However, this is yet to be verified by a Shark- and Tuneboy owner

My 2p
Sounds like I shall be having some testing fun once I get myself a TB (hopefully the GB takes off shortly) and I'll see what we come back with!!

I'll quite gladly be your guinea pig ... will see if any of the places here in Perth have much experience with the TB and look at a custom map to suit.

Good times to come
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GRRRRR.... This tune

Arrow full system


Wayne M have a dyno tune for this setup that get rid of the popping at decel. Dyno chart and link to the map can be found via this post: https://www.triumph675.net/forum/showpost.php?p=250458&postcount=18

Seems to be for a Street Triple??? I tried loading it and got an error message telling me it was the wrong ECU type???

I'll e-mail Wayne and find out what his take is...


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