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I can certainly hold off. Am interested in improving the cold start so it would be worth the wait. Thank you.
FWIW- when you are ready it is very intuitive. You back up the old one (8minutes) and load the new. Makes difference. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
It sure is mind bogglingly complex sounding to me. "Relearn the throttle", what does that mean?
If the TPS changes? Why would it change?
Does it need to be reset? If so, how?
To me, virtually every other word written in this thread sounds like jibberish. I am sure I am making too much out of it, but it is a steep learning curve for me.
NOTE: We do not reset the TPS on the V7/V7-II with the MIU G3 ECUMore info on the MIU G3 below.
1. Beetle, you say a couple of posts up that you have added a single TB V7 version. Is this the improved cold start version you mentioned above that, or is that yet to come? I will hold off for that one if it is still in development.
2. You say above to consider resetting the TPS a "must do" when you flash a new map. But back on page 1 I read:So, you don't reset it, but you must reset it? That does seem confusing. However, reading further I THINK you are saying to reset it if it isn't between 1.0 and 1.2, but I am not sure.
You guys are very helpful and encouraging. Thanks! You almost have me convinced to try this, but I have a few more questions.1. Beetle, you say a couple of posts up that you have added a single TB V7 version. Is this the improved cold start version you mentioned above that, or is that yet to come? I will hold off for that one if it is still in development.2. You say above to consider resetting the TPS a "must do" when you flash a new map. But back on page 1 I read:So, you don't reset it, but you must reset it? That does seem confusing. However, reading further I THINK you are saying to reset it if it isn't between 1.0 and 1.2, but I am not sure.
There is a option on the program. You select to relearn. I did make me before the warranty was up. I figured that if I had a warranty issue I would reload the stock map. If you have issues I will give you my number and you can call me. The biggest issue O had was making sure I had the right drivers which Beetle will send you. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Sigh. I'm only going to say this ONCE MORE. When you have selected a single throttle body V7 variant or any MIU G3 model in the GuzziDiag preferences, YOU DO NOT GET THE OPTION TO RESET THE TPS IN THE ACTORS MENU. You get the THROTTLE SELF-LEARNING option.For any other ECU you will get the TPS RESET option.END
OK. I successfully read and saved my existing V7 map! Or at least I got a .bin file on my computer. Thanks everyone for your encouragement. I think I can download the new map when it is ready.
Great work. And while under warranty you can always throw your stock map back before you bring in for any service.
OK, I am having trouble loading the new map. Hooked everything up, opened the writer program, clicked the ... button. The screen that comes up is the correct screen, but there are no files shown to select. Also, the box to the left of "files" box has some stuff in it, but it is not a directory of my computer. So I don't know how to find the map to load???
2013 V7 stone map updated successfully!With the help of this thread, and other threads on this forum, and pm's from Beetle, I have updated my 2013 V7 Stone with the 352BV738 map. I used Guzidiag V0.47, IAWMIUG3Reader V0.04, and IAWMIUG3Writer V0.02. The apps I used are the Mac versions on a MacBook Pro with OSX 10.11.5.I followed the tutorial at the start of this thread - back 35 pages. I had a couple of stumbles, but Beetle picked me up and helped me along.First, when I tried to find the new map .bin file (I had placed on my desktop) with the writer app open, I could not locate the file. I scrolled down the list in the writer's far left window and navigated to my desktop, but when I opened the desktop by clicking on the arrow to the file's left, I saw some of my desktop files listed, but not the .bin map files (not the new one nor the old one I had saved).I solved this by clicking on the name (the text) "desktop" instead of the arrow. This caused a bunch of files to be displayed in the middle (files) window of the writer app. I chose the new map and followed the prompts to load the new map to the bike.When I opened Guzzidiag to set the TPS, I connected to the bike and followed the tutorial steps, but I could not see a TPS Reset option. A patient and non-judgemental Beetle explained:"First up, we don't reset the TPS on a V7. In the 'measurements' screen, select 'Throttle' in one of the drop-downs. If the 'Throttle' reads 0.9 or 1.0, you only need to reset the auto learning parameters.If the reading is anything other than 0.9 or 1.0, then (and only then), follow these steps: 1) In the top menu, go to View -> Actors2) In any of the drop down menus select "Reset autolearning parameters", then click start3) In any of the drop down menus select "Throttle self-learning", then click start.3) In the top menu, go back to View -> Measurements4) In any of the drop down menus select "Throttle", the value should now be 0.9 or 1.0. Done!"Done, indeed. The only thing I had left to do was to click on the donation button. Thanks again.Stephen
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