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Old 01-13-2009, 12:24 PM
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06 night train with 07 exhaust with O2 sensors. O2's wired to 07 ecm. Will the TTS matertune out now work with this system with the V-Tune ? Or would be better to wait for the upcoming product for 2005/2006 closed loop ? Will there be maps for the 2005/2006 closed loop ?
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Is there an after market product that will work with the SEST?
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Is there an after market product that will work with the SEST?
Not yet. But there will be pretty soon.
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06 night train with 07 exhaust with O2 sensors. O2's wired to 07 ecm. Will the TTS matertune out now work with this system with the V-Tune ? Or would be better to wait for the upcoming product for 2005/2006 closed loop ? Will there be maps for the 2005/2006 closed loop ?
Currently you can use an '07 map in your '06 bike and it will work fine as long as your bike has 25 degree injectors in it. We are not sure how it would work if it has the 8 degree injectors. The upcoming release will have base calibrations for both the 25 degree and 8 degree injectors that were use in 2006.

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Rode the bike today for a quick test with the new mufllers AC and TTS man what a difference feels like a new bike!!!! Only thing I didn't like was a little decel popping if I twist it hard and get off it real fast it popped a few times..Now I only rode it under 2 miles as I was stretched for time today could this be maybe from not being warmed up all the way or from the tune?? What cables do I need to hook to my 08 Ultra and if I remeber right the connector is under the left cover?
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What's coming is an update for all models that we support with a new feature and the calibrations for 2005 and 2006 that were not there before. Calibrations to work with 2005 and 2006 Big Twin to convert to closed loop operation and V-rod calibrations.

Then the release of the update process for old SERT owners to convert to Mastertune for 2005 and newer bikes.
Steve, any hints what is on the way? Having just put new cams in, should I hold off on my VTune sessions until you release?

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I'm getting ready to do an engine build from a 96" to a 107". I currently have a TMAX with A/T, but my builder sells and highly recommends the TTS. I'd really appreciate everyone's input as to which way I should go with this build. Currently I'm about 50/50 as to which way to go. But, it looks like with the input Steve has here on the forum, it may now be 75/25 as Zipper's help is normally anything but. Thanks in advance all.






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There won't be one that works like Mastertune, but there will be one that gives you results similar to V-Tune.
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I'm getting ready to do an engine build from a 96" to a 107". I currently have a TMAX with A/T, but my builder sells and highly recommends the TTS. I'd really appreciate everyone's input as to which way I should go with this build. Currently I'm about 50/50 as to which way to go. But, it looks like with the input Steve has here on the forum, it may now be 75/25 as Zipper's help is normally anything but. Thanks in advance all.
I've had the tmax on my build. You'll love the throttle response difference by switching to back to the stock ECM with the TTS system.
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Steve,

I am curious about the Closed Loop Bias Tables, and the resulting AFR. I have read that you recommend keeping the number set where it is (486) as you see this as the right balance between performance and economy.

What (non-mathmatic) values, or assumptions go into this recommendation?

The reason I ask is that, if I am reading the calculator correctly, that 486 number results in an AFR of ~14.67, which is only academicaly different than the Stoichiometric AFR on the calculator of 14.68, and which is mighty close to the stock 14.7 (as I have heard it reported to be)

A 2nd aspect to this question is that as a consequence of the above I am wondering if I am missing something. I've been hearing that AFRs down into the mid 13s are appealing to some because of cooler running engines and more power. I am personally thinking something in the middle, say 14.2 is a good balance (a number of 803 in the bias tables). Does this seem reasonable or a good idea?

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