I have just bought a 2011 990 Dakar model. It has akrapovic's fitted and I can only assume hasn't been mapped. Speaking to the seller this seems to be the case.
My question is how hard is it to actually install the map? With the correct cables (not expensive at all) and a quick review on...
Does TuneECU work on the 690 Duke 2012? The fourth / IV version.
The TuneECU website says it does not. And there's no maps for this model.
This company that makes up a cable for you also says it doesn't work.
What's the deal here?
I wanna get hacking with the bottom end throttle...
(EDIT 24Jan2015....more questions below!)
I've had a good look at the maps available both on the TuneECU website and the extensive list started by kevxtx on the ktmsmt forum but can't find anything suitable (maybe I should say I couldn't see anything suitable!).....for one thing I don't really...
Just plugged my 8 into tuneecu and turned off the O2 sensors. I cannot tell you how much better the bike feels. Can't believe KTM sell them in the normal setup.
Turning them off makes the bike rideable at slow speeds (sometimes you have to go slowly too) stops all the stupid jerkyness.
Does TuneEcu work with the Duke 4?
At the moment, their site says:
"KTM models 990/1190 /690 Duke (except Duke 4)/690 SMC & Enduro/690 Supermoto
(up to model year 2012)"
Last update 06/2013
So, anyone tried it on their Duke 4?
I have a 2011 rc8r with a FMF pipe, SAS delete, and o2 delete w/ the KTM Akro map.
I bought the bike this way and it does not run very good.
I ordered my tuneECU cable and was going to disable the o2's and SAS and reupload the Akro map.
I was recommended on the State side forums to inquire...