I'm after a little advise/recomedation(s), I'm thinking of down loading TuneECU from there website and purchasing the connetion lead required to make connection with my Tiger. The question is is TuneECU safe to use when in safe hands or should I stick to using my local Triumph dealer who has the Triumph diagnostic software.
I use computers for a living as I'm in the agricultural industry where we are always updating software and diagnosing electrical faults.
I purchased Tune ECU which worked perfect. Changing the subject completly does anyone know the colour code for the paint on the frame of a Triumph Tiger 955i, 2000 model? My Tiger has the back fuel tank and side pannels. The frame looks to be black but very close to a very dark grey.
Hi there, though i've been a member of the site for quite some time, i tend to read the forums rather than post as most of my questions usually get answered. I must admit though that am gettin a bad case of screen burn in the eyes now. I have a few simple questions that am hoping will save me hours of trawling on here, which i'd rather spend rebuilding.
Here's the skinny, i own a '97 T595, the original engine decided to give up the ghost at 79,500 miles (not too bad aye) as I love my bike and the ride i decided that i would get a replacement lump, which the wonderful people at Triumphant in wales kindly provided me with
Now the tune in the ecu as far as i'm aware is for a Hi Level Can with Cam Sensor and Rear Wheel Sensor. The Engine however is without a Cam Sensor, so i've obviously blanked this plug and left it. Though she runs ok and my mileage doesn't appear to have been affected severly, she still doesn't sound right.
Question 1 : Which would be the best tune to put in as a replacement, I averaged 130ish before low fuel light so would like to keep same type of range.
Question 2 : If the the tune excludes the rear wheel sensor will i still be able to pick up data from it as am planning on using for speedo data.
Question 3: What would be the best cable to use. There's so many suggestions, I just want one that i know will work on my unit, which i believe to be an original T595 unit (not got to removal stage of ECU so cant say definitivly.
Question 4 : This question is specifically for the TuneEcu guru's. Is there any way that Bluetooth Compatability can be written into the software or is there a specific reason that it wont work. I have a OBD2 Dongle (ELM327), which was bought for bike for other uses, would just be nice to be able to use it rather than have to purchase another bit of kit. If it cant be done then fair enough, just wanted to ask
Many thanks for any replies that may be forth coming