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CraZX14


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posted May 02, 2012 06:47 PM        
14R 8k rpm Break Up

Just got the CT Meg on the bike - using Brock's street map. While finding some test space to go through the gears, it seems there is a bit of break up occurring - starts around 8k. All else appears normal. Any ideas?
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smokinZX14


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posted May 02, 2012 06:59 PM        
First double check the ground ... Second check The TPS setiting in the PC ..Go into tools and set the TPS Closed and open setting ..
I'm using the same map and works great so it's not the Map ..

All else fails give EJ a call at Brocks ..
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posted May 02, 2012 07:01 PM        Edited By: smokinZX14 on 3 May 2012 03:03
I know this is going to sounds stupid but you did turn off the TC when you did this street testing ?

I just recalled you saying you had someone else insall your PC ? If that is the case they may have screwed up something ..
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CraZX14


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posted May 02, 2012 07:43 PM        
Thanks, Lee. Yeah, I had everything installed while I was out of town recently. And to be honest, in my haste, I did forget to turn off TC1 (still not used to having to do that!). However, I did bring the revs up once kind of slow, and it still did it, so I don't think TC is the issue (would be the best case scenario though)....But I will try again tomorrow and be sure to turn it off. And I did double check to make sure the correct map is installed. If the issue is still there, I'll try your other trouble-shooting tips. Again, thank you much!
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posted May 03, 2012 04:33 AM        
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And to be honest, in my haste, I did forget to turn off TC1 (still not used to having to do that!).!

Turning the TG off everytime... yes I know what you mean, Wish Guhl would make an effort to do this since his competitor (ECU Unleashed) is doing it.. that is letting the tc stay at the last setting unless you change it.. WSIHING... PLEASE DON...

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smokinZX14


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posted May 03, 2012 06:28 AM        
trust me that damn TC even in number one will come on with just a bit of the twist of the throttle.. It feels the wheel spin or the front wheel just tring to come up it goes crazy ..
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CraZX14


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posted May 03, 2012 07:53 AM        
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trust me that damn TC even in number one will come on with just a bit of the twist of the throttle.. It feels the wheel spin or the front wheel just tring to come up it goes crazy ..

Ok, tried again this morning.... TC off and she ran as smooth as silk. But on my return, I decided to turn the TC back on to try and reproduce yesterday's stutter - but - nothing! Still ran perfect.....could not get it to happen again. So looks like either TC is quite finicky, or I may still need to check the ground wire - or both. For now, I'll concentrate on getting in the habit of always turning TC off on start-up and then worry about the ground if it happens again. Thanks again, Lee.
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posted May 03, 2012 08:11 AM        
It's possible the roads were more slippery yesterday, or your tires were warmer today.
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posted May 03, 2012 08:47 AM        
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It's possible the roads were more slippery yesterday, or your tires were warmer today.


Anything is possible. I'm just going to start making a mental note of "turn off TC" as a part of my start-up procedure
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posted May 03, 2012 10:58 AM        
You guys need to quit picking on my maps - Your going to give me a complex!

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posted May 03, 2012 12:54 PM        
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You guys need to quit picking on my maps - Your going to give me a complex!

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LOL Brock ..I'm pretty sure this is not a map problem ..
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CraZX14


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posted May 03, 2012 01:31 PM        
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You guys need to quit picking on my maps - Your going to give me a complex!

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LOL Brock ..I'm pretty sure this is not a map problem ..


Ha! Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's a "me" problem! Damn TC....
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