Standard 2010 Roadster tune?

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  1. GaryA

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    As above, I have a completely standard 2010 Roadster that I would like a tune for.
    Reason is, every now and then I get some popping, roughness and a fair bit of heat from the engine.
    I am only trying to get the lovely to run as best she can, standard.

    I have had a bit of a look but it seems more betterer to ask the question, rather than guess.

    I already have the cable and am installing the software.

    Any help or direction much appreciated.
     
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    Have you looked at the tune on the Tune ECU site, it’s been a while since I have been on the site but I thought there were some tunes for the stock motors.
     
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    Motolink,
    I have had a bit of a look, and will probably choose one, but thought someone may chime in with a recommendation.
    Early days yet.
     
  4. Mittzy

    MittzyThe Hooligan - Just Doing Stuff

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    I would have a stock tune (just got to find it)
    PM me your email address.
    BTW the best tune is a Dyno tune
     
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    Mittzy,

    Pm sent
     
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    1olbullIn the saddle since 1951

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    By stock, I assume you still have the OEM air & exhaust, no?
     
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    DO make a backup of the current tune, for there may come a time when you can use it, or you may wish to tweak it. I have several tunes off my bike, and I may revert to my previous one....I further tweaked a previous tweak that originally did great things but the second tweak just sucked up more gas. So I was better off where I was! But without a dyno session you are always swinging in the dark!
     
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    Yes, all is in place as it left the factory.!
     
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