DHarvey

.020 Over
Joined
Jul 11, 2019
Messages
31
Location
Adirondacks
Ride
Traded original 04 RIII for R3 GT Grey
Has anyone experienced any engine stalling issues? At times when slowing to a stop in 1st gear, clutch fully pulled in and having completed a proper rev match before downshifting to 1st ( I don't have a quickshifter installed), the engine will stall. I mentioned it to the tech when I just had it in for the 600 mile service and he mentioned there was an update he installed but had no idea what it's purpose was. He mentioned that most Triumph's have some kind of update at the 1st service. He wasn't able to replicate the stall and I can't replicate myself when trying....it's just a very intermittent nuisance
This "problem" was always present since new and happens very rarely.....maybe one out of 20 times when coming to a full stop I have approx. 700 miles on the odometer.
Yes, I experienced that exact situation on two occasions. I'm going to monitor it more closely now that I know someone else has experienced it.
 

Riotmanss

Standard Bore
Joined
Jun 6, 2020
Messages
3
Ride
Rocket 3 GT
Happened once on the test ride before purchase. Fuel was very low. Dealer mentioned a “calibration” issue with the ECU mapping. Hasn’t reoccurred in 500+ miles
 

ruzzle

Moderator
Staff member
Joined
Mar 17, 2008
Messages
1,768
Location
South East Oz
Ride
'05 Puffin Billy
I have covered just over 800 miles no issues with stalling as yet. Its no long since its first service. A newer map was installed but it was running very vibby and snatchy during on/off/on throttle application. I used Tune Ecu to do a reset adaption which worked really well and now it runs very smooth, but i now have a P0315 error which is crankshaft position values not learned or something like so i wouldnt recommend using Tune Ecu until this is sorted. I will get dealer to clear this when i am passing next. It isnt a dangerous error for engine or so i am told by various sources!
You mentioned a "reset adaption." Can you say exactly WHAT was reset?? (Got a snatchy throttle too.)
 

greenturbobob

Standard Bore
Joined
Jun 1, 2020
Messages
7
Location
Anglesey
Ride
Rocket 3 R
Have a look at TuneEcu's website for a full explaination but basically the ecu trims the fuel mixture over time or you can force it to do it faster by perfoming an adaption. But i wouldnt at this stage as Tune ECU causes a P0315 error code if you do. I think they are working on it so hopefully it will be sorted soon.

Dare i say it it should sort itself out after some riding, but how I dont know how many miles it will take....
 
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