Curious if anyone else has/had this problem and what the fix might be.
Using Tune ECU to Read Map, it says KM626EU1102001Map. Should say #20 Long short stack 09.10.13. as that is the last map I loaded about 4 years ago when I did all my mods.
Anyway, here's more background: read map, save, open file, choose #20, download. Status bar on the bottom works, shows 100% and complete. Do 15 min rest. Connect Tune ECU again, read map, but it shows KM626EU1102001Map. Have tried multiple attempts to load anything, even to save and reload that map, just slightly changed. No change. It doesn't seem to be wanting to actually take the download, yet the computer gives no indication that its not working as it should. (There is a significant difference between the two maps as I explain below for those still interested in reading.)
I would just leave it as it is, seeing as its worked ok for years. Here's the thing though, I have recently been having strange power issues on start up. Basically, self test fine, then hit the starter, all power goes out and I get an error message on the screen. Give it a few seconds and its back to normal. Anyway, got a new battery, so that shouldn't be an issue anymore, but the only reason for mentioning it, is that since the first power hit, the bike has gotten terrible gas mileage. Nearly half of what a normal tank gives and nothing about my riding has changed. I commute, so all things are pretty equal and I've been riding the bike almost daily since new in 2012.
The gas mileage issue is what got me to set up Tune ECU again and check it out. The obvious thing I noticed is that at 15% throttle and 4000rpms where almost all values around it are 3000-4500, that particular cell is at 6184. Seems a bit outrageous, but would explain the gas mileage issue, as I generally ride at 4000rpm, due to the engine being smoothest and that generally works out to the speed I travel in top gear.
So, I'm at a loss. Anyone have any thoughts?
Rotweiler, Leo Vince cans, SAS and Canister removed, 2nd Flies Removed, Kev's #20 map, forks heavier springs and custom valving from KTM World, random orange anodized bits for looks