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Old 11-20-2012, 05:55 AM   #1
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Datalog and LCD show TPS losing throttle % after 14k

Alright tuning guru's...

I have been running a PC5, autotune unit, and the DJ LCD data logger to create a custom map (well 6 custom maps, one for each gear) so I can sell the bike fully tuned.

After reviewing my last couple of full throttle runs, I am noticing a trend with the TPS, both in real time and on the data logs. This happens in all gears.

The bike and data logger will show 100% throttle until 14k, after 14k, with the throttle still pinned, it bleeds TPS% off to about 80-84% from 14k to redline.

No DTCs and the bike seems to run fine, but stumped as to why it does this. My FZ1 has the exact same setup and doesnt...although the bikes are quite different.

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Old 11-20-2012, 06:00 AM   #2
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Re: Datalog and LCD show TPS losing throttle % after 14k

This is what the ECU flash removes and allows the bike to go 100% throttle to redline.

From the factory the throttle is limited in the high RPMS to keep the intake noise down.

I'm assuming you have an 06-07? Cause the 08+'s are much more noticeably restricted.
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Old 11-21-2012, 05:45 AM   #3
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Re: Datalog and LCD show TPS losing throttle % after 14k

Nope, this is an 09.

Well I guess I'm glad this is "normal."

I did Flash the ECU on my FZ1, if I keep the 6, maybe I will do that too.
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Re: Datalog and LCD show TPS losing throttle % after 14k

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Nope, this is an 09.

Well I guess I'm glad this is "normal."

I did Flash the ECU on my FZ1, if I keep the 6, maybe I will do that too.
Lemme know when/if you're interested. It's a whole new animal afterwards!


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Old 11-21-2012, 07:53 AM   #5
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Re: Datalog and LCD show TPS losing throttle % after 14k

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Nope, this is an 09.

Well I guess I'm glad this is "normal."

I did Flash the ECU on my FZ1, if I keep the 6, maybe I will do that too.
get that thing flashed, u won't regret it.
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Old 11-21-2012, 08:04 AM   #6
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get that thing flashed, u won't regret it.


Bro, are we gonna ride soon? I hear it's gonna be semi warm tomorrow?! Burn up some race gas with me?
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Re: Datalog and LCD show TPS losing throttle % after 14k

after you get the re flash it may make you want to keep the bike even more
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Old 11-27-2012, 02:00 PM   #8
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after you get the re flash it may make you want to keep the bike even more
Man its a tough decision. I love the 6...sure the torque and power arent there compared to my fully modded FZ, but I still love it.

My dilemma is I have full mods on the FZ...Full yosh exhaust, ECU Unleased flash, PC5, sprockets, Filter, R1 master cylinder and stainless lines, Penske triple clicker rear shock and Traxxion AK-20's in the forks. So much money and its a BLAST to ride. Its pretty damn fast too.

The 6 is slightly modded, Gutted exhaust, sprockets, PC5 with autotune, speedohealer, blacked out rearsets and screen and little stuff like that.

I just seem too big for it (6', 185). I have attempted to dial in the suspension but it (obviously) doesn't compete with the FZ. I never get comfortable on it, and it buzzes my hands to sleep.

I dont have enough time to ride one of the bikes (19 month old son) let alone both. Insurance got ridiculous when I added the 6 too.

Decisions decisions...
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Old 11-27-2012, 02:25 PM   #9
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Re: Datalog and LCD show TPS losing throttle % after 14k

Correct me if I'm wrong, but doesn't OhioYJ (member here) do this flash for free? Links below. What's the difference between him and BAUCE Racing? Why would one PAY for this when a member on here already does it for free?>

http://www.r6-forum.com/forums/showpost.php?p=2568339

Flash pdf foprm
http://www.cdmfabrication.com/bbpics.../ECM_Flash.pdf

Few questions here:

1) What is the TRUE REDLINE of a 09 R6? As in...when does red line truly start and when does the power fall off? My tach shows the red starting at 16,500 and ending at 19,000 but I'm sure that's not 100% accurate.

2) What is the ideal shift point when shifting at WOT? I read somewhere that the motor peaks at 14,7500 then starts to falls off. I'f that is true, would it be ideal to shift shortly after that (say 15,500) to again land in that 14,000ish power range in the next gear?

3) What is the stock shift light set to? I know you can reprogram it but I was wondering if I need even to depending on where it's set.
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Re: Datalog and LCD show TPS losing throttle % after 14k

I can't speak for OhioYJ but I know the amount of time and work that goes into a bauceracing tune. Chief is a stand up vendor that bends over backwards for his customers to make sure everything is as they like. Feel free to skim the review thread about Bauce racing tunes before counting him out because he charges money. It truely is a custom tune and is worh every penny.
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