For Sale SOLD 2007 Touring ECU

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    Manic_MechanicTurbocharged

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    Purchased an ECU for my 05 standard. Didn't know the connectors were different between the standard and touring. $150
     
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    warp9.9Pocałuj mnie w dupę

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    Yes you need the 2004 to 2009 ECU out of the Standard, Classic, or the limited run Classic Tourer.

    No Roadster nor Touring ECU's
     
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    Just thought I'd refresh this thread
     
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    Is this the same ECU as the roadster then?
     
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    No, Touring ECU specific to Touring model
     
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    Not sure how correct the same ECU part number on BikeBandits website is for BOTH the 2005 Std R3 and 2010-2013 Roadster.

    https://www.bikebandit.com/oem-parts/2008-triumph-rocket-iii-touring/o/m17741#sch570589
    2008 Touring
    11: ECU, XC, BASE T1299300

    https://www.bikebandit.com/oem-parts/2011-triumph-rocket-iii-roadster/o/m154243#sch737063
    2010 - 2013 Roadster
    11: ECU, C20XB, BASE T1299302
    11: ECU, C20XB, BASE T1299302


    https://www.bikebandit.com/oem-part...ii-engine-management-system/o/m17635sch568103
    2005 Standard R3
    11: ECU, C20XB, BASE T1299302



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    I think everything other than the Touring is the same, but not positive
     
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    The touring is a very different beast.
     
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    I wonder WHY. Same engine, right?
     
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    Same engine but tuned different. Not that the tune can't be adjusted to be Roadster like. But perhaps it has to do with....oh heck...I dunnoo_O
     
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