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Old 12-10-2012, 12:48 AM   #4841
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how would i be able to get chatham's map? been trying to mix things up but not having any success

Hey just send me a PM.

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Old 12-10-2012, 03:19 AM   #4842
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Guys' I need help. I'm trying to figure out how to copy the stock ignition timing (pump gas 91 and stock ecu) values to the peen v2 map. Just copying pasting doesn't work. Is there any other trick? Or can someone do it or has done it already?

Better if someone can show me as I can do that with n4speed's map too then.
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Old 12-10-2012, 03:32 AM   #4843
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Guys' I need help. I'm trying to figure out how to copy the stock ignition timing (pump gas 91 and stock ecu) values to the peen v2 map. Just copying pasting doesn't work. Is there any other trick? Or can someone do it or has done it already?

Better if someone can show me as I can do that with n4speed's map too then.
1. Open FT software and load +91 map (or map from which you want the ignition table).
2. Open FT Software again and load your target map
3. Go to Ignition table in +91 map and click empty top left square above numbers to highlight complete table.
4. Press 'CTRL' - 'C' to copy table
5. Go to target ignition map and click on first table value (top left number)
Press 'CTRL' - V to paste new values over current values
***THEN***
6. Press 'CTRL' - Q to change values in every gear.

If you don't do this last step, only the first gear values will be changed!
Alternatively you can select each gear's map and repeat paste (step 5).

All tables changed
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Old 12-10-2012, 04:47 AM   #4844
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crap software doesn't work. Firstly ctrl P changes to percent view, I managed to paste with ctr V :-).

Secondly, after I manage to paste in gear 1, link it for all gears and cylinders, go to view anything else and come back, it reverts back to the original values. Even if I save it before moving away.

Maybe I should close the first map window?
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Old 12-10-2012, 04:49 AM   #4845
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Nope that didn't work too. WTF!!! How is this software written?
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:03 AM   #4846
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? The out lined steps should work. First copy then select the top left column (only one cell) then ctrl+v should paste in the data. Do not select the percent data. Only copy the values. I would also not recommend changing each gear to the 1st gear map, as each gear has different timing curves.

Copying and pasting maps into other images works fine for me, not sure why it does not work for you?

Edit to add: Just tried it, opened two instances of the F-T software, pulled up a stock ECU image, then a 91+ ECU image. Went to the timing maps on both. Did a ctrl+a on the stock image, selected the top left cell in the 91+ image, ctrl+v and had the stock timing in the 91+ image for gear 1. Do that 5 more times, and you would be done.
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:09 AM   #4847
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It works, it lasts only till you are on that screen. Move to gear 2 or anywhere else and then come back to gear 1 and the values input are lost. It goes back to the old values. I'm using ver 1.5.3.0
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:09 AM   #4848
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Even if you save and reopen the values are lost
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:11 AM   #4849
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I do not have that problem what so ever...with the same version. you could try saving the map before you switch views....saving worked fine for me....
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Old 12-10-2012, 07:15 AM   #4850
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I did that too. Maybe a reboot and fresh start of the OS is needed. I'll try that tonight.
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Old 12-10-2012, 06:33 PM   #4852
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Typo

Sorry Indianfighter...

Should be ctrl - V to paste (as corrected)

- my bad.

It does work as instructed - I use it that way.

The link to all cylinder button may only work for fuel maps???
Use ctrl - Q

And you will have to save the map to retain changes.
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Old 12-11-2012, 04:48 AM   #4853
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Ok I got it done finally. Reboot, didn't work. Thsi voodoo trick worked.

Open up target map first, then source map. Change view to tps vs rpm or anything other than btdc or general settings. Change to btdc view on source and target, then go about doing your business. Voila, it works!
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Old 12-11-2012, 06:08 AM   #4854
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Is there a difference in the maps I should download for flashtune for an Aussie bike compared to a US bike ? Got gytr slip ons and danmoto y-pipe.

Is here a fix for losing the immobiliser yet ?
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Old 12-11-2012, 08:29 AM   #4855
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Get a map made in europe for the octane you use from this thread. There are some aussies here too who have made good maps.

Unfortunately there is no way to retain the immobiliser at this moment.
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Is there a difference in the maps I should download for flashtune for an Aussie bike compared to a US bike ? Got gytr slip ons and danmoto y-pipe.

Is here a fix for losing the immobiliser yet ?
I've got a 2012 R1
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Send R1evo a PM about a map for a '12. The maps wont be much different from EU to US. You can chat with evo about that.

Some would say that removing the immobilizer is a feature not a bug.... It is user preference. The US bikes don't even have them to start with so...
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Is there a difference in the maps I should download for flashtune for an Aussie bike compared to a US bike ? Got gytr slip ons and danmoto y-pipe.

Is here a fix for losing the immobiliser yet ?
I've got a 2012 R1
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i just flashed a guys 10 with peens smooth and strong and he lost 5hp from stock, the autotune is -fuel all over the place anywhere frpm -3 to -17, so i reckon a us map won't be ideal. Im now only getting 150-160kms to a tank.
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Old 12-11-2012, 01:16 PM   #4858
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Send R1evo a PM about a map for a '12. The maps wont be much different from EU to US. You can chat with evo about that.

Some would say that removing the immobilizer is a feature not a bug.... It is user preference. The US bikes don't even have them to start with so...
TAD you need to make some room in your email so I can respond to your PM.
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Done sorry...I should probably upgrade, but I would rather spend money on parts...
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Old 12-11-2012, 02:12 PM   #4860
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i just flashed a guys 10 with peens smooth and strong and he lost 5hp from stock, the autotune is -fuel all over the place anywhere frpm -3 to -17, so i reckon a us map won't be ideal. Im now only getting 150-160kms to a tank.

Thats odd...What did he have for mods? Y-pipe and slip-ons? Did he do any other changes like gearing at the same time?
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