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Old February 10th, 2019, 09:12 AM   #91
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The RB Evo should emulate O2 sensors so you should be able to remove them, but I've heard of people getting check engine lights from a bad O2 sensor with the RB installed. So I'm not really sure how that works... it's kinda frustrating. One of the reasons why if I were to do it again I would go with a rexxer tune to disable O2's first, and then use a power commander for the custom user-adjustable mapping. Or just unplug the O2 sensors and ride around with a check engine code all the time; at least then you'd know for sure it's running without relying on the O2's...

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Old April 4th, 2019, 06:59 PM   #92
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Any thoughts on the My Tuning Bike module? Sounds like it should solve all the problems, but pricey since you need two of them @$325 each. I assume they are installed in place of the factory narrow band sensors?
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Old April 4th, 2019, 08:38 PM   #93
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Any thoughts on the My Tuning Bike module? Sounds like it should solve all the problems, but pricey since you need two of them @$325 each. I assume they are installed in place of the factory narrow band sensors?
Yes that could also work. The my tuning bike is just wideband sensors with control units to feed them the proper voltage and maintain the proper temperature using the built in heating elements.

Widebands use 18mm threads and the narrowbands use something like a 10 or 12mm fine thread. You'd still need to weld additional ports.
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Old April 5th, 2019, 02:38 AM   #94
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For those that have an RB Evo/ Racing, this custom map is far superior to Adaptive Tune. I swapped them recently for troubleshooting an issue and the bike noticeably ran nastier. Idle was rougher and it hunted more. It felt/ sounded noiser, in a bad way. Put the custom map back in and it sweetened up.

I unfortunately still have the 2nd gear misfire. When I first swapped back to the custom map, it was gone for almost 2 days. I'm hoping my local shop can solve it without telling me to remove all my go-faster parts.
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Old April 28th, 2019, 06:19 PM   #95
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Hi kuksul08, would you happen to have an updated link to the rapidbike map? The drop-box one is unavailable. Also, any recommendation for the correction pump tune settings? I'm running the MWR filters (power up) and the bike is not running well after 300 miles of auto-tune. Thank you in advance.
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Old April 28th, 2019, 06:31 PM   #96
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Hi kuksul08, would you happen to have an updated link to the rapidbike map? The drop-box one is unavailable. Also, any recommendation for the correction pump tune settings? I'm running the MWR filters (power up) and the bike is not running well after 300 miles of auto-tune. Thank you in advance.
I wonder why dropbox kills links like that. Maybe they time out. Here ya go: https://www.dropbox.com/s/r42gkgc79o...ook1.xlsx?dl=0

I never changed the correction pump settings, so I can't help you there. I would leave that alone, and then disable auto-tune, and try this map. But keep in mind every bike is different so the correct way would be a tune specifically for your bike.
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Old April 28th, 2019, 06:40 PM   #97
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Thank you very much kuksul08! I think mine is so far off this could get me near.
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Old April 28th, 2019, 10:55 PM   #98
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It seems as though I only get the 2nd gear stumble under the following conditions:

1. Quick crack to full open in 2nd gear below 6K rpm
2. WOT from 1st through 2nd gear

If I roll on gently and let the revs climb in 2nd moderately, it usually won't stumble.
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Old May 18th, 2019, 09:56 AM   #99
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Sure. No guarantee it will produce great results since our bikes are going to be different but you can give it a shot. You might want to wait until I verify all the trims with another data log in the coming week.

***First things first. Take some screen shots of your current settings, current map, and current Auto Adaptivity trims before changing any of this. Also do the "Backup" just in case. That way you can go back at any time to your original setup. I'd also be interested what map and auto adaptivity trims you're currently running, so post them up if you can!

1. Plug in your computer to the RB module, open the Rapidbike Master software, and click the connect button. It may ask you to download updates, update firmware, etc. I usually do all that first.

2. Go to the Auto Adaptivity tab and press the DISABLE button on bottom right. Then Apply if it's possible. Leave the RB02 Active checked... this keeps fooling the bike's ECU that the O2 sensors are working properly.

3. Go to the RB Features tab and go to Map Configuration. Change it to 35x9. Go the rows/columns. Leave the RPM limits the same at 1300, 9700. Change the TPS columns to 0, 2, 5, 10, 20, 40, 60, 80, 95. Apply these changes. I had to close the program and re-open and re-connect to get it to show the new configuration.

4. You should have Cyl 1 and Cyl 2 maps all 0's. See if you can open this map and then press Send Map.
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/7smsqklyzg...70310.mpp?dl=0

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I went to try and use your map but my RPM'S are different?
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Go to config and change the table setup
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