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Just wanted to share the sound of my son's Daytona 600 on a dyno type bench with you. The bike underwent the Tuneboy treatment (as did my Speed Triple), and the tuner in question managed to get rid completely of the 'gap' at lower revs. He ended up with a completely different bike, injection-wise, a real pleasure to ride (and listen to)!
www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4X9R0CX3a8
 

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two questions:
What kind of tune treatment is this, and who do i beat to get one? :cool:
 

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On 2006-11-29 13:23, BBDGriptonia wrote:
two questions:
What kind of tune treatment is this, and who do i beat to get one? :cool:
Sorry for the delay, but I've been travelling. Well, the tuner used the TuneBoy software and key (tuneboy.com.au) to get access to the ECU and, starting from one of the Tuneboy-tunes available, worked on fuel mapping (and at some points ignition too) for a couple of hours, until the low and midrange had quite considerably improved and the flat spot (well, it is actually a bit more than a spot) around 3000 - 4000 rpm had disappeared. Driveability (ehh, rideability) was greatly enhanced!
As for beating, I don't know who you'll have to beat to collect the 300 euro's (appr. USD 400) to get it done; the wife, perhaps? :-D

[ This message was edited by: Cornelis on 2006-12-02 09:10 ]
 
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