I recently purchased a 2009 Norge and a friend a 2013 Stelvio.
Am I correct in assuming the tps procedure will be similar to my Cal EV?
More importantly, can someone enlighten me on how remapping works? I just want a general idea of what I need (hardware/ software), where I get it and the level of difficulty.
Looking at the 10000 feet view and from that point I will delve into the details
No, on the EV you back out the idle stop to set the TPS to 150MV. On the CARC bikes like the Norge and Stelvio, the idle stop is factory set and should NEVER be touched. (it will mess with the idle stepper motor setting).
On the EV, you then set the idle stop to the correct MV reading for idle. But on the CARC, you simply do a software reset of the TPS and it sets itself at idle.
Basically, you need GuzziDiag, and a good cable.
Remapping generally means you read the ECU. Then use something like TunerPro to modify that data. Then write it back to the ECU. Not too difficult. Make sure you keep an original copy of the ECU data to put back in case something goes haywire.
Again, the GuzziDiag site has readers and writers to read and write the data. They also have configuration files for TunerPro to edit the maps.