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If it ran ok before, I'd check the throttle position sensor.Rich A
The only commend I ever got when I had such a thing on my Norge, was from Roper and Beetle to “throw the #$&##$..ing” thing in the bin and pit Beetle’s map in.Pulls like a 14 year old boy with a Penthouse and I cannot make it ping..Back to standard, take Roper’s advice and give Beetle a little bit of money...Forrrgettta bbbarrrtit...!
Ok, first thing, check the TPS... Time to look in for a "how-to" AAAAND my multimeter is at work and we are locked out. <SIGH>beetle, I'm not 100% sure what people are talking about, but message received.
I have to admit that a friend who is a BMW expert did the work for me. He checked the TPS along with the other work. I just got the bike, I didn't get to ride it all that much before I dropped it off (it really needed brakes) So I should look up a tutorial on checking TPS and looking there first?The bike pulls like mad when you get on it, or are even cruising on the highway.
How many litres/100 km does it drink @ 65 mph ?Or..How far will it go @ 60-70 mph before the yellow light illuminates ?
I'm a big Beetle map fan, and a fan of TuneECU (for my KTM's). If we have an ECU that we can access/read/write we are very fortunate! I've also used Powercommanders on bikes where you can't read/write the ECU maps. And it really is cool that you can get a custom tuned bike at any dynojet place that does it, and many other nice features. Like on one BMW I left the fueling map stock for 5th and 6th gears so gas mileage was excellent, but then had richer settings for gears 1-4 for better acceleration/running on back roads. If it were me, like I said earlier, I'd quickly make up a zero map, load that, see if things change ... I'm guessing they will not and your issue is TPS or balancing or maybe slightly clogged injectors. Bad injector spray is more noticeable at lower rpm's than higher, and if the bike has been sitting alot that might be an issue. And could be a combo of things. Well, actually, I'd do two things ... a zero map, and I'd do a 10% richer map in the rpm/throttle area where you are seeing issues and try that.
That reminds me that I want to pick up some injector cleaner and run it through a tank of fuel (although the bike hadn't been sitting all that long before I got it)First the TPS, then I may try to either zero the map or go the beetle route.
Huzo, I've been away from the scene for about 10 years now... PowerCommander was the only game in town and there is one on the old EV I could not pass up.
Not very far till the light goes off... 120something... I thinkI've only had it out for a long ride twice and only ran it till the gas light hit once.
Don’t get me wrong Howie, I did the same thing..But the solution is as simple as it sounds. Just remove the unit, throw it under a bus or similar large vehicle and make sure it goes under the wheels..Get the map.Install it.
That's all well and good..butThe Mighty Scura was dyno tuned with a Power Commander a *really* long time ago. It runs bitchin. Plenty of power, no hiccups, gets decent fuel mileage for what it is. When done correctly, they are fine.I wouldn't just automatically throw it away.
When done correctly, they are fine.
I had a Creedon chip in my Centauro, too. It also ran flawlessly.. after a couple of years of tinkering with it.
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