What you did to your Tenere today??!!

fac191

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Remapped mine using Dynojet’s newly launched Power Vision 3 for the Gen 2 ST. It allows you to load map files via the OBD2 port beside the accessory power lead next to the battery. The tuning software lets you change all of the ecu parameters such as fuel and ignition maps for each cylinder and each gear, adaptation tables, throttle maps, fuel deceleration cut, fan temperature, ais, o2 sensors, etc. You can develop and load multiple maps into the PV3 unit and flash them on the bike, read and clear fault codes, monitor various parameters (with the unit attached to the bars as you ride) and flash back to stock whenever you want. It’s a great bit of kit for anyone who likes tinkering.

Excellent support from Richard at Dynojet UK who provided an awesome map and answered all my questions very promptly.
Nice, how much ?
 

pooh and xtine

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It costs too much, especially compared with the price in the US and I guess you pay for being an early adopter….(£439), but there’s nothing else as easy to get full access to all the ecu calibration. The ftecu or woolich racing kits require plugging wires and terminal pins into the ecu plugs. You have to be interested in mucking about with stuff. For example, it’s fascinating how the throttle maps differ between low gears and high gears, but you can define which gears are “high” (or you can make the low or high gears more or less aggressive). You can also spice up touring mode if you feel it’s a bit too unresponsive.

Of course, you’re paying for the first rate support as well, and Richard’s map for mine with Arrow headers is a hoot. I’ve had a fuel only remap with linear throttle mapping on a previous ST which was a great improvement, but this includes some mild timing advance and it flies!
 

holligl

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Retired my weak SWM skid plate. Replaced it with a well used Jaxon RideOnAdv plate.


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elricfate

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It costs too much, especially compared with the price in the US and I guess you pay for being an early adopter….(£439), but there’s nothing else as easy to get full access to all the ecu calibration. The ftecu or woolich racing kits require plugging wires and terminal pins into the ecu plugs. You have to be interested in mucking about with stuff. For example, it’s fascinating how the throttle maps differ between low gears and high gears, but you can define which gears are “high” (or you can make the low or high gears more or less aggressive). You can also spice up touring mode if you feel it’s a bit too unresponsive.

Of course, you’re paying for the first rate support as well, and Richard’s map for mine with Arrow headers is a hoot. I’ve had a fuel only remap with linear throttle mapping on a previous ST which was a great improvement, but this includes some mild timing advance and it flies!
Yea, but I thought about getting one from 5Star just so I wouldn't have to tear out my ECU and send it to someone when I wanted it reflashed. To me it's worth the extra premium to be able to change it on the fly as well.
 

fac191

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It costs too much, especially compared with the price in the US and I guess you pay for being an early adopter….(£439), but there’s nothing else as easy to get full access to all the ecu calibration. The ftecu or woolich racing kits require plugging wires and terminal pins into the ecu plugs. You have to be interested in mucking about with stuff. For example, it’s fascinating how the throttle maps differ between low gears and high gears, but you can define which gears are “high” (or you can make the low or high gears more or less aggressive). You can also spice up touring mode if you feel it’s a bit too unresponsive.

Of course, you’re paying for the first rate support as well, and Richard’s map for mine with Arrow headers is a hoot. I’ve had a fuel only remap with linear throttle mapping on a previous ST which was a great improvement, but this includes some mild timing advance and it flies!
Nice, sounds like a Great great bit of kit.
 

NJGreg

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Started off the day with a ride to motor vehicles to get my tag and title work done. Of course I had to do a test ride to check out the new license plate. Came home from that and had a skid plate from trex waiting for me. Figured I would do my second oil/filter final drive fluid change while it was naked.

Knocked the fluid changes out and while installing skid plate noticed a screw in my front tire, granted they're only battlewings, but damn they only got 1588 miles on them and not ready to replace just yet. Plugged up and good to go.

A set of rigid ignite lights came that I will install on the crash bars, but seems fedex was not ready to deliver the mounting brackets yet.

Oh, incase anyone notices and wonders missing pillion pegs, I got a peg lowering kit that moves them down and forward for the wife. While comfortable for her, they are in the way for me when I have to put my feet down and walk the bike backwards. So I got some spring clips that go through the original peg pins and I just remove them when she is not with me. Can put them on or take them off in seconds.

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Sierra1

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"only battlewings" ?
I'd go back to them in a heartbeat. They were the widest tire I've had so far. The A41r was narrower, and the StreetSmart is narrower yet. Only by millimeters, but a visible difference. Best bang for the buck.

Speaking of the Dunlops . . . . hard to put a finger on, but they feel different from the Bridgestones. Very stable. To the point that a "stronger" input is needed to change directions, and or transition. For, now, that I'm getting used to them. . . . I'm really liking them.
 
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Sierra1

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If i was burning the tarmac 80% of the time my S10 would be shoed with the Battlewings, one of the better tires out there for these beast.
Getting hard to find. Which doesn't make sense, considering that Yamaha is still using them as OE. Does it mean that the tires are old, or Bridgestone is only making them for Yamaha?
 

Travex

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I'd go back to them in a heartbeat. They were the widest tire I've had so far. The A41r was narrower, and the StreetSmart is narrower yet. Only by millimeters, but a visible difference. Best bang for the buck.

Speaking of the Dunlops . . . . hard to put a finger on, but they feel different from the Bridgestones. Very stable. To the point that a "stronger" input is needed to change directions, and or transition. For, now, that I'm getting used to them. . . . I'm really liking them.
Yeah, I certainly keep coming back to them after using and trying others. Best bang for the buck is right. Good luck with the Dunlops- One of the few names I haven't had the pleasure of on this bike.

Making sure to get the "E" series is key to the tire's best success on the 10.
 
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