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Where do you get them from? How much do they cost? Are they easy to install? How much difference do they make? Do you need aftermarket cans to make a difference? Am I the only person in the world to think the standard cans look awesome?
Enquiring minds want to know....
 

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TuneBoy (and TuneEdit) is a software and cable package that allows you to adjust and diagnose the stock ECU. See the link Limey provided to see all that is possible with it.
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<BR>The following is a dyno chart of power and torque for both the stock tuned 1050 Speed Triple (blue lines) with aftermarket silencers, and one that has been tuned with TuneEdit (red lines):
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<BR>The Triumph Off-Road Silencers (TORS) look just like stock, are a touch louder, and flow better. The stock silencers/tune make around 112-113 rwhp.

[ This message was edited by: Devious2XS on 2007-01-23 06:46 ]
 

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Can ya get a reflection outta yellow? if ya can I think you would look like ya had serious liver probs :-D
 

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Tuneboy is NOT Mac native. It can be run under Virtual PC, but I don't recommend this. It does work, but you will have timeout problems that can corrupt your ECU. This is fixable, but you will need a Windoze box for the fix to work.

Basically the problem with the Mac is the interface between Virtual PC and your USB port. It's too slow. I managed to download one tune to the ECU, but when I tried to download a second tune it timed out in the middle. In order to recover from a failed download you have to have nice fast connection speeds. Suxor. Now I have to borrow a PC laptop every time I want to tweak the tune.

And now, off to school and a room full of naked women. :-D
 

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On 2007-01-24 17:16, aptech77 wrote:
Well,
I'm looking at a set of EVO3 slip-ons from Blue Flame and Brian tells me, he is NOT impressed with the Tuneboys and to stick with the PC.........discuss........
To each their own.
 
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