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Old Mar 29th 2018, 08:04 PM   #11
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I am having a problem with the tune editor sw which can change the fan set points. I have tried modifying the tune file prior to connecting to the bike. I can open the file and select the thermo fan menu item but can't seem to change the values, the field just go green. Can someone who has done the mod let me know what I am doing wrong? Do I need to be connected to the bike to adjust the temp settings in the tune file?

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Old Mar 30th 2018, 02:57 PM   #12
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Use the page up and page down to change values. I just sent you an Email with instructions
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Old Apr 1st 2018, 03:00 PM   #13
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Could somebody send me the program to adjust the fan? I can pm you my email. Thanks
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Old Apr 3rd 2018, 06:38 PM   #14
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Could somebody send me the program to adjust the fan? I can pm you my email. Thanks


Pm me your email address and Iíll send you a link to the software.


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Old Apr 9th 2018, 03:43 AM   #15
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Update CC problem
Did some testing and came to the conclusion that the Domino up down switch (same as the Aux switch on the 1299) is not waterproof (rated at IP67). This may explain why it caused a problem when I was reloading the firmware after a wash (wasn't recognizing the nudge buttons). I purchased this from Wayne and have sent it back for repair or replacement.
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Old Apr 20th 2018, 04:29 PM   #16
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Is anybody having a problem connecting the ecu to the wet transfer tune edit software? I can connect to the regular tuneboy trim program but cannot get the wet transfer to connect to my ecu to adjust the fan temps.
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Old Apr 20th 2018, 05:37 PM   #17
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You don't need to connect to ECU, just open the tune file (.dat) you flashed into your bike previously. Make fan changes then click Save. give the file a different name, then flash that .dat into your ecu with the normal flash program,and don't forget your trim files if you have any for the bike.
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Old Apr 20th 2018, 06:11 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by rpm429 View Post
You don't need to connect to ECU, just open the tune file (.dat) you flashed into your bike previously. Make fan changes then click Save. give the file a different name, then flash that .dat into your ecu with the normal flash program,and don't forget your trim files if you have any for the bike.
Thanks i will give that a shot.

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I saved the new file with the adjusted fan temp on and off (88C or 190F on / 85C or 180F off) and it seems as it is still stuck on the factory setting. Flashed the ecu once, then test road it, then 2 times back to back and no difference. Any trick way or specific procedure I may be missing out?

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Old Apr 21st 2018, 04:02 AM   #19
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The fan will always default to the the factory setting (217f) the first time it comes on every key cycle. After the first 217f activation it uses your new lower temp setting until the next key cycle. It is not somthing you can change.

From testing different settings I found that if the outside temp is above 85ish the fan cant really pull the temp below 200 easily so the fan will run constantly in traffic and low speed riding. It will go below 200 once I start moving above 35mph. The only issue I see with a constant running fan is you'll wear the fan faster and it's harder on the charging system.
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Old Apr 25th 2018, 06:43 AM   #20
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Report from Sepang track day 24/03.

Rode to Sepang racetrack on the 23rd for the track day on the 24th. Tested the changes I made to Tuneboy and this is a follow up report on my findings.

QS: new setting didnít make much difference to the Ďjerkinessí of the quickshifter when changing at wot from 6-8k. Changes from 2-3 were quite harsh. A friend suggested I shift at higher revs and noticed that shifts from 3/4/5 were much better above 9k. 2/3 were a
Little less harsh but not horrible. Clutching the 2/3 changes for now to keep things smooth.

CC: replacing the cable from the switch to the O2 sensor made no difference. CC would engage itself on the odd occasion so needed fingers on the front brake just in case. Will look to redo the connector to see if this rectifies the problem.

Blipper: worked well with only the occasional over rev which was manageable.

Overall mixed results. Rear valve cover gasket failed so need to replace and will look to replace the front brake master pump with and rcs17. The Oem is always too squishy regardless of how much I bleed it.



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Hi Fella

1199S in the UK

Can you screen shot your QS settings screen - either pc app or ipone app..

Just done Donnington Park Track day and the whole episode concerning QS/Blipper was pretty poor

Or do your original settings remain as a good baseline ?

QS kill time - 5mm from the left (shorter)
Blip pressure - blip pressure slide just to the left of the mark
QS pressure - kill just to the right of the mark shown on the slider


I've also increased the BlipH table upto 5500rpm by 3% as suggested by Wayne so not sure if the above settings are stlil valid ?
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