NEW: motorcycle racing quizzes
Started by burniepd, January 19, 2005, 06:47:19 AM
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QuoteI wasn't trying to parade "superior intellect" and infact most know I'm the biggest dumbass on this BBS. I have no problem admitting it. But, I do know electronics, and I usually explain all my answers should I give one in it's entirety. That's just me. I did do a powercommander on the R6 but used a DynoJet Supplied file on that bike. <snip> Nobody cares about your Ducati..<snip>Trial and Error is all it comes down to.
Quote"Trial and Error is all it comes down to"... You would think that someone with your vast electronics knowledge would be able to do better than the WAG method...
Quote<snip>With the Yamaha ECU, you have option 1, 2, 3, 4 and you can only select those options, not change them. Sure, one option may work better than another, but that's it. You can't tweak it the way you can a powercommander map. The reason they give you a zero map for the bikes with a powercomander is so you have a starting point to customize the tune from. Therefore, you have alot more options with a powercommander as opposed to an ECU that only allows you to select 4 different maps that you can't fine tune.
Quote"With the Yamaha ECU, you have option 1, 2, 3, 4 and you can only select those options, not change them."That's the whole point, according to Yamaha, you _can_ change them, you can richen and lean within those 4 zones/protocols, as well as alter the timing...
QuoteAnd my point is that even though you can alter, you can't do it as much as you can with a powercommander.For instance, let's say with Yamaha you can go up 1. With a powercommander, you can go up 0.01 which means it offers better tuneability.
QuoteIf you want to get technical, remapping perimeters...
QuoteDo you _know_ that to be the case? it sounds to me that you are stating that you have a choice of 'map' but _cannot_ alter individual parameters within the 'map'... Have you changed your position?