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rr,real world tuneing meaning able to flash while running,like dynojet and ect?
It sounds similar to the Bazzaz "Self Tune" option. The user is able to go in and set the Target A/F ratio to whatever number you want and turn on the log option. Until you turn the log option off, the Bazzaz box stores the average A/F ratio for each box and then makes a suggestion of what changes it would like to make to achieve those numbers. It will continue to log until you stop the log feature so it doesn't restart once you shut the unit off. If you want to make the changes you just save the changes to your current map. The way I used my Bazzaz box with the ZAFM kit was to load a zero map and go out and ride. It would make suggested changes, and I would go into ECU editor and make changes in those general areas and go back out for another ride. My goal was to get each box as close to Zero as possible so once tuned I could remove the Bazzaz box and run only off the ECU. It would be nice to be able to have those adjustments made real time or a way to have the ECU output a calculated fuel map to achieve whatever the A/F ratio is desired which will be different for each bike. It sounds like it will most likely be a feature designed to work with a dyno station with software running on a PC but who knows, you guys have built some cool stuff in already.Based on the amount of Innovate items I sell, I find it hard to believe there are many out there that self tune that don't have one version on their bike! it would be cool to build the interface to work with that plugin.
PetriK wrote:....Anyhow I miss one important piece of information at this stage: How much AFR is changed by changing the map value by 1 unit - anyone having spent some time into logging that ? (3pts = 0.2AFR units ?)...-- Edited by PetriK at 08:43, 2008-11-01
....Anyhow I miss one important piece of information at this stage: How much AFR is changed by changing the map value by 1 unit - anyone having spent some time into logging that ? (3pts = 0.2AFR units ?)...-- Edited by PetriK at 08:43, 2008-11-01