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Jug_Inspector wrote: ↑
Aug 2nd, '18, 21:58
billinom8s wrote: ↑
Aug 2nd, '18, 20:33
My duke was done using tune ecu.
What was done, custom map from a rolling road tuning session or someone else's map loaded on to your ECU?
It was used to make a custom map along with being on a rolling road to be able to test it. The A/F ratio was monitored to make sure any adjustments were correct.
Without the ability to monitor the A/F you really are playing with fire.
Have a word with Scooby, he can do all this for you as he has access to a rolling road. Saves worrying about things going pop.
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TBH I don't see much point in having a 2nd rolling road tuning session as I have the data from it's first one, which was done about 5,000 miles ago, though I have a suspicion that it was done with the quiet inserts out but I always ride with them in.
So maybe a fresh map might be nice...
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