|Posted on Tuesday, August 17, 2010 - 12:56 pm: ||
now that the read write is working in tunerpro. we can add in the fancy adx functions. this will allow all the live data to be updated to the maps as you ride by just one click. the update is based off all sensors not just a wideband stuck into the pipe in a dyno room. any monkey can be trained to do that. the data is based off pulse with, map, baro, temps, tps and ect. no ready made map on a different bike will beat a road made map on the intended bike. you can use any purchased map and tweak it to you bike exactly or just adjust your stock ecm to do the same. the RT tunerpro is not for commercial (profit) use read the rules!!! keep it up the plug will be pulled again. you all know whom caused it the first time. the dealers, the online stores, the ebay cable sellers and ect on line get you tuning here shops.
tunerpro Rt V5.????.?? coming public soon on the read write version. public use only no commercial use allowed at all with out written consent.
you cant have more data access in the ecm with any other tuning product. Tunerpro gives you all the functions. Besides, page one which uses base settings related to dash cluster values and ect which doen not effect the tuning values in any way so those are left out on purpose to stop fraud on mileage and ect...
I know many are using it now to make the maps they sell. why pay when its doing the work for you. All they are doing is copying the suggested maps from the history table to the ecm till its smooth and power is at peek and afr is the value they set as target point. you can do the same at home and then its matched to your bike not a bike on a dyno somewhere else.
all you need is the free program, the free xdf, the free adx and a cable (not free) laptop (not free).
|Posted on Tuesday, August 17, 2010 - 04:08 pm: ||
YEA!! I love Tuner Pro. I used it along with Ecmread to remap my Buell, and its running better then ever.
|Posted on Wednesday, August 18, 2010 - 12:46 am: ||
edit: nevermind found your webpage.
(Message edited by SRWitt on August 18, 2010)