Joined: 22 Aug 2018
|Posted: Sat 15 Sep - 14:12 (2018) Post subject: CO meter or not ?
I’m on my second Ducati 1098 2007 5am standard ecu with arrow slip ons without silencers and an aftermarket air filter
So I am new around here and have just downloaded the program ( thanks JP I will be donating )
My goal is to tune the bike conservatively and enable me to to run normal maintenance and diagnostic analysis
Can I run the software without a voltage regulator with the bikes battery on charge as the current one is toast, I have one on order?
i am yet to connect to the bike but I have checked my fiat positive lead for continuity and it looks ok
When I start playing with the software do I need a CO meter ?
If I was to purchase a CO meter which one would I buy?
Should I balance the throttle bodies before doing a TPS reset?
To balance the throttle bodies on my bike what size connectors to TB would I need as I am thinking of just building my own manaometer ? Is this a good idea?
When I get comfortable with the software how do I know what map is right for my bike as a base for the particular bike setup I have with the Maps that seem to be already being shared?
Where do I find the generic maps and or do I build my own from scratch once I have a better understanding of the software ?
Any gremlins that I may not be aware of as yet?
I obviously have a lot to learn at this stage but am very interested in learning as much as I can and any help is much appreciated