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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 02-24-2019, 07:17 AM
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"Snip" I just hate the fact you can't use it offline and it will not tether from a phone's internet.
You can Hotspot your phone to your PC and then you can use FTecu as I have done it plenty using my IPhone for internet access.

I can also say the ActiveTune from FTecu is freaking awesome!! I installed a Nitrous setup on a 2017 R1 using a spray bar manifold in the airbox. The AFR held true and steady at 13.0 even when sprayed with a 20 shot of Nitrous. Power went from 187hp to 202hp!!

FlashTune does have its quirks and bugs but after you figure all that out it's an awesome tuning tool.

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You you Hotspot you phone to your PC you can use FTecu as I have done it plenty using my IPhone for internet access.

I can also say the ActiveTune from FTecu is freaking awesome!! I installed a Nitrous setup on a 2017 R1 using a spray bar manifold in the airbox. The AFR held true and steady at 13.0 even when sprayed with a 20 shot of Nitrous. Power went from 187hp to 202hp!!

FlashTune does have its quirks and bugs but after you figure all that out it's an awesome tuning tool.
ahh ok. I seen someone complain a few years ago 2015 or 16 and said that he couldn't get it to work from his phone tethering. it said the software can't open.

the woolich software can do auto tune but it doesn't do it continuously like yours. it records all the info from a few rides and uses it to build a static map. it does a great job of it. I can feel a difference in the midrange. it also allows you to set a target afr. so if I wanted it at 13 (I actually did) it tunes the map to use 13 where it needs to. it also eliminated 100% of the popping on my R1. I kind of liked the gurgling pop on downshifts and it's gone now
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the R1 just sounds so amazing banging and popping on down/up shifts. the R1 stock doesn't even open the throttle to 100%. I made sure that got fixed too
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Re: ECU Tuning, send it out or do it yourself? (WoolichRacing?)

Got a quote from Bauce today, have bike one day,,, very reasonable priced... would like to see before after dyno..
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