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Old 11-23-2012, 08:19 AM   #4721
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My bet is that due to the 240V conversion, it is not providing the proper voltage. If it has the error 2 before it does anything the ECU is fine in my experience, because it can nont make a connection to the ECU to do anything to it. Your issue is likely a power issue.

Take a volt meter and measure the voltage coming out of the power supply, it should be 12V.
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Old 11-23-2012, 09:07 AM   #4722
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Phewww that's a relief. I tested the regulator, it was putting out 110 volts as required I haveto test the wall mount tomorrow. I'll check what it's putting out. If my ecu is fine and interface is fine I'll just chuck the wall mount away and use the bike battery. Can't go wrong with that at all.
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Old 11-24-2012, 02:36 AM   #4723
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First Impressions after flash

Well I finally took the plunge and flashed my (EU) 08...
I did try a map sent to me from a kind forum member some time ago that was dyno'd for a modified bike - mine's fairly stock so was worse to ride than stock.
Next - I started with the stock 07-08 map.
As I have some aftermarket slip-ons, I applied the DJ 520 fuel map and linked to all cylinders.
Then copied the ignition map from the 07-08 91+ Flash-tune map and pasted the values over the stock table - hoping this would be an improvement over stock.
Race YCC-T and engine braking sliders on zero.
I had bought the FT quick shifter (when I bought the interface) and have had it fitted for a while - waiting eagerly to try it after the flash.

First Impressions after a couple of rides;
Firstly, the QS function rocks! my first time to try it on a bike and I'm in love!
When cruising through the hills it felt quite smooth with a bit better throttle control. (~4000 - 9000 RPM)
Taking off - the increased idle of 1200 RPM was good - but once underway and rolling on - there was definitely no wheel lifting in every gear type sensation... these bikes are fast anyway! but no real improvement over stock, I felt a loss in performance if anything

What I've found after some thought;
I realised tonight that the ignition map was not over-layed on every gear - you can use 'CTRL-Q' after applying in first gear and it will over-write all other gears.

So I thought I'd start again...
The stock fuel map is supposed to be pretty good for a stock bike - with no race mods.
I'll now try - Stock 07-08 map, leave the stock fuel map to start (I will try the DJ520 after to compare now I have the ignition map sorted) and have over-layed the 91+ ignition map - now in every gear, Race YCC-T and engine braking sliders on zero. Fuel map bias set to 'stock'.

Any suggestions appreciated.

Will report back when I've ridden some more
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Old 11-24-2012, 09:06 PM   #4724
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Just thought I'd mention in here, I'm selling my DynoJet quickshifter that I've been using in conjunction with FT. Decided to go Bazzaz ZFi with the QS and AFM to sort out these fuel issues properly. Link is in my sig.
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Old 11-25-2012, 03:37 PM   #4725
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Any update on the 152mph problem? I'm headed back to the track next weekend.
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Old 11-25-2012, 03:49 PM   #4726
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Any update on the 152mph problem? I'm headed back to the track next weekend.
Did you use the speedo correction feature, if yes I think thats the problem.
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Old 11-25-2012, 04:11 PM   #4727
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Yes, I'm running a '12 (with traction control) so I have to make sure my gearing change is accounted for. It's not really a problem while I'm riding, but I do like to watch my track videos for learning purposes and I'd like to see what my top speed before grabbing the brakes is.
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Old 11-25-2012, 08:19 PM   #4728
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Well I sent them an email reporting it, if someone else has not reported it. I hopefully gave them enough info. Draggin, shoot them an email to complain, sort of the squeaky wheel approach...
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Old 11-25-2012, 10:00 PM   #4729
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I'll do the same.

I switched from using the "percentage" adjustment to the actual "gearing" adjustment and still have the 152 MPH issue.

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Old 11-25-2012, 11:34 PM   #4730
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peens map question

so I looked at the ycct throttle values on peens smooth map and I have a question has any one tried to match 1 to 1 throttle ratios ie 100 % with 100 in all of the colums from 1000 revs to 14000 and 94% with 94 values all the way etc

just wondering if ay one has tried this and what the results were

wouldnt this mean you get a more accurate throttle map?
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Old 11-26-2012, 02:38 AM   #4731
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Any update on the 152mph problem? I'm headed back to the track next weekend.
I haven't flashed my ecu yet. Should do it sometime this week.

On a good note; my ecu isn't fried
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Old 11-27-2012, 06:05 AM   #4732
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Just flashed and went for a small ride. Couldn't get above 2nd gear but WOW. A mode finally usable. Just concerned if I get bad quality low octane fuel what will happen?
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Old 11-27-2012, 07:14 AM   #4733
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the coupon previously used on the forum is no longer "in service"
anyone has a new coupon? or should i just buy it and shut up ?
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Old 11-27-2012, 08:28 AM   #4734
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I just bought and shut up :-)

So guys, running. Peen's v2 map. What will lower octane fuel do to my motor considering the ignition timing has been altered?

First thoughts, in A mode the bike feels very civilised until 5-6k rpm, after that it goes ballistic. Dunno if that's due to the ycct changes or fuel map or ignition.
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Old 11-27-2012, 08:37 AM   #4735
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Finally getting a Bazzaz ZFi and AFM this thursday. Going to be awesome to have a proper fuel map! Hopefully I can get it all installed by this weekend.
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Old 11-27-2012, 04:15 PM   #4736
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Nice, maybe we'll have alternate Bazzaz fuel map for FT or at least your impressions how it's working I'm still trimming my PCV map driving around the city, mostly up to 8k rpm and 40-60% throttle..
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Old 11-27-2012, 05:14 PM   #4737
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I'll be sure to post impressions. This weekend and monday are supposed to be nice, so hopefully i can have the map close by the end of sunday. Can't wait! I wish i knew which afr was closest to perfect.
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Old 11-27-2012, 08:16 PM   #4738
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I'll be sure to post impressions. This weekend and monday are supposed to be nice, so hopefully i can have the map close by the end of sunday. Can't wait! I wish i knew which afr was closest to perfect.
You dont need the bazzaz to achieve a "proper" fuel map, that can be obtained with the current FT interface you have. As far as a "magical" AFR number to use, to make optimal power through the powerband, the AFR is going to vary with RPM. You cant expect to tune the whole fuel map to certain AFR and expect to have a perfect map. If thats what you are seeking then I suggest you find a good tuner with a proper dyno and get ready to invest some money in dyno time. All an AT is going to do is get your AFR's in the ballpark. There will be a "proper" fuel map out for the '12(or whatever you ride) if you wait.

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Old 11-28-2012, 01:28 AM   #4739
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The only people in this thread with good dyno charts are running auto tune. I'll take my chances. It's damn sure better than any ft map available and i can compensate for ram air, etc.
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Old 11-28-2012, 03:01 AM   #4740
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The only people in this thread with good dyno charts are running auto tune. I'll take my chances.
Not totally true. Did you seen N4speed's latest dyno chart? That was not auto-tuned, it was dyno tuned and it runs like a f**king BEAST! An AT isnt going to get you the "perfect" map that you are seeking.



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It's damn sure better than any ft map available and i can compensate for ram air, etc.
The money you are going to spend on the bazzaz and AFM, you could take to a good dyno tuner and have the perfect map you are seeking and make maximum reliable HP. A good dyno is set up to simulate the "ram air" effect which honestly the ram air on the road compared to a well set up dyno isnt that big of a factor as you think it is. Do some research and find a good local tuner. There are a few FT maps out that will give better results than you are going to get using just your AT. Just doesnt make sense to go spend roughly another $500 on a bazzaz and AFM when you already spent $350 on the FT and can achieve the same results with what you already have.
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