|Posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 - 06:01 pm: ||
So the beast has a persistent gremlin that I haven't been able to corner (Freaky deaky power loss thread). I want to try to log data during test runs to see what is going on, but don't have ECMSpy. The particulars:
2008 1125R with EBR (non programmable) ECU. This appears to be supported by ECMSpy.
1) What is general experience of forum users with ECMSpy? good/bad
2) Can I log a test run in real time (5 minutes, tops) and review log afterward for the entire test run?
3) I need to run the bike up past 6000 rpm (under load) and see what happens at a particular point under acceleration. My thought was to use a laptop in a backpack as the data logger. Can I do this with ECMSpy?
4) Are there other software(s) out there that would be better?
|Posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 - 10:07 pm: ||
I know the feeling.
It's not the same problem I finally figured out in my recent thread of EBR ECM Runs Lean is it? I didn't know fuel pressue had to hold at key on engine off.
|Posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 - 11:24 pm: ||
Far as I know ECMSpy doesn't support DDFI3. Check here link and fire an e-mail to them for data logging. Got some major help there for my XB after I did some engine work.
|Posted on Saturday, July 13, 2013 - 11:40 pm: ||
reaper - probably not: your issue sounded more like an IAC issue to me...
|Posted on Thursday, July 18, 2013 - 09:42 pm: ||
so school me here what is ecm spy, is software or hardware? is just cracking open the stock ecm?
|Posted on Thursday, July 18, 2013 - 11:57 pm: ||
Old school was a share/free-ware for FI Buells up thru 2007, DDFI and DDFI-2 I believe.
08 and later went to DDFI-3 and ECMSpy will read but can't write properly.
A new version for DDFI-3 that is shareware requiring donation to a good cause is available, do a web search for that.
Their website has tutorials.