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Old 11-22-2011, 11:02 AM   #1351
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Anyone?

Thank you
Did you try to get it from Tom or Alain from tuneecu?
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Old 11-22-2011, 01:44 PM   #1352
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Hi,

This is obviously annoying, but unfortunately is a distributing old versions, for licensing reasons, no longer permitted.

BR, Tom

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Would anyone have a tuneecu PRE 1.5 version that they could email me or send me through a link?
I had a hdd crash a while back and lost the versions between 1.2 to 1.4.
Thank you in advance.
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Old 11-22-2011, 10:07 PM   #1353
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Sorry....I only have back to 1.7.8........
Thank you for looking.

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Did you try to get it from Tom or Alain from tuneecu?
No, I didn't because I know they don't distribute the old versions anymore.

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Hi,

This is obviously annoying, but unfortunately is a distributing old versions, for licensing reasons, no longer permitted.

BR, Tom
Thanks Tom. I understand the reasons why.
I am hoping an inmate has one laying around on their computers.
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Old 11-23-2011, 04:17 AM   #1354
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Hi, cyl 1and cyl 2 on tuneecu, wich is front and rear?
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Old 11-23-2011, 08:31 AM   #1355
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I am hoping an inmate has one laying around on their computers.
Maybe try on superduke.net http://www.superduke.net/forum/viewt...511&start=1200
There are some guys over there who where working with tuneecu from the start
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Old 11-23-2011, 08:33 AM   #1356
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Hi, cyl 1and cyl 2 on tuneecu, wich is front and rear?
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Cyl1 = rear
cyl2 = front
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Old 11-23-2011, 08:43 AM   #1357
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SAS Canister

I'm doing the "ectomies" on a low mile '07 990.

Can I deactivate the signals from the SAS and Canister with
Tune ECU or do I still have to wire in the resistors ?

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Old 11-23-2011, 09:29 AM   #1358
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I'm doing the "ectomies" on a low mile '07 990.

Can I deactivate the signals from the SAS and Canister with
Tune ECU or do I still have to wire in the resistors ?

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From what has been posted in this thread, yes.
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Old 11-23-2011, 09:36 AM   #1359
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Cyl1 = rear
cyl2 = front
Are you sure about this, when i look at the F map it shows the F1 map with less fuel than the F2 map. That would indicate that the rear cylinder has less fuel than the front. I thought the rear cylinder was supposed to have more fuel?

I think it was the Power comander software that was 1 rear - 2 front.

just want to be sure.
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Old 11-23-2011, 12:16 PM   #1360
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Hi Guys,

I've just downloaded TuneECU and am looking through the different available maps.

I have a 2010 990 Adventure (ABS) and plan to load the R Akra map as I have the slip on cans.

I was surprised to see that the 'device' settings for all of the maps I've checked (2009-2011) are the same. All have the SAI and O2 sensors ticked.

Is SAI for the SAS operation? I had expected to see this switched off for the Akra map as my understanding was that the SAS was used to get the cats in the standard exhausts up to speed. With no cats in the Akras to heat it seems pointless and likely adds to the popping on overrun and possibly exhaust gas temperature? Is there another purpose for the SAS that I'm missing?

Sorry if the answers are already in This thread somewhere, it's a very long one but I have read through quite a lot of it in an effort to understand the set up better.
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Old 11-23-2011, 12:24 PM   #1361
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Hi Guys,

I've just downloaded TuneECU and am looking through the different available maps.

I have a 2010 990 Adventure (ABS) and plan to load the R Akra map as I have the slip on cans.

I was surprised to see that the 'device' settings for all of the maps I've checked (2009-2011) are the same. All have the SAI and O2 sensors ticked.

Is SAI for the SAS operation? I had expected to see this switched off for the Akra map as my understanding was that the SAS was used to get the cats in the standard exhausts up to speed. With no cats in the Akras to heat it seems pointless and likely adds to the popping on overrun and possibly exhaust gas temperature? Is there another purpose for the SAS that I'm missing?

Sorry if the answers are already in This thread somewhere, it's a very long one but I have read through quite a lot of it in an effort to understand the set up better.

Here is some info on the subject
http://www.ktm950.info/how/wotf/wotf...daryAirControl
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Old 11-23-2011, 12:47 PM   #1362
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Thanks catalina38.

My concern was that the the ECU would have been waiting for temperature info coming back form the (now non-existent) cats. From reading through that link it sounds like the lamda sensors would turn the SAS off anyway so there is nothing to gain by unticking the SAS. Having said that is there anything to lose? Just wondering why so many people still go to the effort of physically removing the SAS system.
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Old 11-23-2011, 03:12 PM   #1363
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Thanks catalina38.

My concern was that the the ECU would have been waiting for temperature info coming back form the (now non-existent) cats. From reading through that link it sounds like the lamda sensors would turn the SAS off anyway so there is nothing to gain by unticking the SAS. Having said that is there anything to lose? Just wondering why so many people still go to the effort of physically removing the SAS system.
A couple of reasons to pull the SAS and canister.
You will have two less possible trouble points to
send error codes.
Once you have torn all the SAS and canister crap
off the bike it's easier to access the motor, air box
and get the fairings off.

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Old 11-23-2011, 03:51 PM   #1364
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I think it was the Power comander software that was 1 rear - 2 front.
just want to be sure.
Hi Dusty,

for your safty:

TuneECU follows the KTM convention:
cyl.1 = rear cyl.
cyl.2 = front cyl.

PowerCommander III & V, not follows the KTM convention
cyl.1 = front cyl.
cyl.2 = rear cyl.

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Are you sure about this, when i look at the F map it shows the F1 map with less fuel than the F2 map. That would indicate that the rear cylinder has less fuel than the front. I thought the rear cylinder was supposed to have more fuel?
For explanation:
In the rear cyl., the intake air is warmer = less oxygen available for combustion = less fuel needed for the required fuel air mixture.

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Old 11-23-2011, 05:03 PM   #1365
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Got it now.
Thanks Tom.
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