At 6800, where the soft cut of the rev limiter starts to work, hp output has alreday reached it´s maximum.
That is about 170hp at the rear wheel with ETVs set to 100% all over.
From 6800 to 7400 it is probably the throttle blades that are shut down.
If you could get deeper in the ECU you will...
I had a look again. These runs were made in 4th gear. The maximum speed was 215kmh (133mph). So there will not be no speed cutter.
As it was a TFC, the rev limit should be 7400.
The graph shows power going down dramatically at about 6800.
But you also see that at 7000 it is still about 120hp...
The rev limiter usually has two limits. First is the "soft cut" where power is reduced. The other is the "hard cut" where igntion and injection are completly shut off. I think that Alain found the hard cuts and that is what you see in Tune-ECU and my dyno graphs.
But as there is also the speed...
The F and I tables got just a small range to work properly. The DBW-tables are much more a matter of taste. Do whatever fits your riding style. The first DBW-maps I made were for Harleys and some of the riders did not feel comfortable on bumpy roads when every little twist of the throttle caused...
The voltage recommended by Tune-ECU is at least 12.5V at upload.
I have had lower numbers and it worked. But never as far down as 11.8.
If you pulled the headlight fuse, you still need about 2A to keep it above 12.5.
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