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5000rpm stutter

Discussion in 'General' started by Ff6022, Jul 10, 2019.

  1. Ff6022

    Ff6022

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    So I have this issue


    As it says in the description I have done the 12min idle. So with the OBD2 connected I ran it up to 100degrees and let it idle for 12mins before shutting it down. Let it cool and took this video.
    What am I doing wrong?
    I have just ordered a proper cable (not the Bluetooth one I have been using) to do it in TuneECU.
    Will this make a difference or am I doing something wrong with the 12min idle?
    Cheers, Josh

    Sorry for the repost. For some reason it went in the other bikes section.
    Mod’s please delete appropriate.
     
  2. StephenP

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    Once you get the cable use it to do a reset adaption.

    May wanna check the TPS is setup correctly too.
     
  3. Ff6022

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    Cheers pal. You had much luck with yours?
     
  4. StephenP

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    Had an issue with the stator melting wires now.

    Just one issue after another, plug was a bit dirty after the last stator went. Cleaned it up but decided after checking all the wires to just cut the plugs out and put in new connectors.

    Just waiting on some high temp tape to wrap it all up before I start it up again.
     
  5. Ff6022

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    . I know wat you mean. I have had 9 trouble free yes and now just seems to be never ending. Just annoying it puts a massive smile on my face wen I throw the leg over.
    I received the lonelec cable today. Just need to get a windows laptop hahaha. But just gonna borrow one and reset the adaptions.
    Then it’s just the low idle issue.
     

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