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Balance throttle bodies, adjust tps, step motor etc on my 2013 Stelvio or leave Moto guzzi. If I can’t do the maintenance on it I have no business owning one. I change rearend/tranny fluid brake fluid plugs etc but some of the things I’m clueless on. I don’t have a dealership nearby that anybody gives me any vote of confidence on, matter of fact just the opposite. To you tube I go.
There is a thread on here about how to use Guzzidiag...would suggest reading it, reading it again, printing it out and having it with you while working on the bike.https://wildguzzi.com/forum/index.php?topic=96957.0Download (for free) the latest version of GuzzidiagBuy the Lonelec cables, do NOT buy any other cablesGet a good laptopMake sure your battery is either fully charged OR on a chargerIf you are unable for any reason to connect, try a different USB port on your computer until it connects.When it does, you just follow the instructions step by step (turn on ignition, read values, reset parameters, turn off etc.) in the order the software prompts you to do so. Follow it step by step or it won't work.Throttle body balancing - buy a Carbtune or Twinmax (I have a practically new one, happy to send it :thumb:to you for the cost of postage) if you prefer it over the Carbtune. Once you are able to master Guzzidiad for reading values, resetting parameters, you can then take the next steps IF needed to load a new map (from Beetle) if you desire.Did I mention that you need to go Step by step? You'll see why once you download the software.
Far more value in learning and investing in tool for things like tire changes. I cannot see if you are not self-sufficient in performing all tasks giving up on the bike. If you do might as well give up on motorcycling as most bikes out complex MG.
That's the problem with using diagnostic software on a bike. (With me, at least) I'll do it once, muck around with it, watch YouTube vids, exchange posts with those far more knowledgeable than I until it all comes together, works and it does what I wanted. Then I put the laptop and cables away for who knows how many months. Then when the time comes to do it all again, I've completely forgotten how and have to start from scratch. Ugh!
... and ask him (or her), to perform the functions in your presence the following day while you watch.
This or maybe try to perform the functions yourself with the Guzzi Coach keeping you on track.
fwiw good luck
Just buy an old British bike. Everything else will seem simple by comparison.
Just buy an old British bike. Everything else will seem simple reliable by comparison.
What?Old British bikes are about as simple as a motorcycle can get. Points ignition, carb, 4-speed transmission, chain drive.A monkey with a Crescent wrench and a hammer can work on a Triumph or BSA.
I've read enough Peter Egan to know I'd never own a Norton, even though I think they are the best looking Brit bike ever made.
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