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1 hour ago, docc said:

Still trying to run "reader?"

Study the basic tutorial I linked. Maybe it will get you back on track . . .

No no…

but if I click on “ changelog” nothing happen 

I can click on reader and writer and it download those two.

somehow ( probably my fault) I can’t download the correct program.

now I remember why I have never gotten a motorcycle with EFI … LOL 

Just kidding.

tonight I am done.

maybe tomorrow I will put her up for sale ah ah 

nooo I am too stubborn I will figure out . Thank you everyone for your patience 

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Actually 

jokes aside.

what about I ship my ECU to some good soul that can fix it up and ship it back to me ?

this way I can start riding that bike 

let me know

I will obviously pay for shipping and a case of your favorite drink .

 

let me know !!

cheers 

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46 minutes ago, arveno said:

No no…

but if I click on “ changelog” nothing happen 

I can click on reader and writer and it download those two.

somehow ( probably my fault) I can’t download the correct program.

now I remember why I have never gotten a motorcycle with EFI … LOL 

Just kidding.

tonight I am done.

maybe tomorrow I will put her up for sale ah ah 

nooo I am too stubborn I will figure out . Thank you everyone for your patience 

When you come back to guzzidiag, instead of clicking on "Changelog", select the program for your computer operating system (Windows, Linux, or MacOS) and download the file.

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[edit: I am running GuzziDiag V0.47, but cannot get the current V0.60 to open on my Mac.]

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1 minute ago, arveno said:

Ohhhhhh I got it 🙈

what a jack ass

All good. These V11 are a matter of devotion. If they become a "thing" to you, then they become "a thing for sale."

If you are going to send me your ECU, send the whole V11. I'll pay the shipping. :rolleyes:<_<;)

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some data:

Advance ignition 10 deg

throttle v 2.176V

temp 22 ( cold engine )

air pressure 1022

CO trim : 21 ( ?? What does it mean ?)

now if I click View , CO trim it says temp too low has to be over 60 

I guess I can run the bike with everything attached?

 

 

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Looks like you are connected! :thumbsup:

Yes, you can start and run the bike with the diagnostics connected.

In order to change the CO Fuel Trim using GuzziDiag, the engine has to be brought up to operating temperature (60ºC). 

With your "rich running" concerns, it is worth setting the CO Fuel Trim to "0"/ zero.

 

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Holy cow with the engine temp at 70

the CO trim  was 21 

I click on minus until zero .

Bur then after I kill switch the engine and closed the program.

i re connected and the co trim was again 21 

 

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4 minutes ago, arveno said:

Holy cow with the engine temp at 70

the CO trim  was 21 

I click on minus until zero .

Bur then after I kill switch the engine and closed the program.

i re connected and the co trim was again 21 

 

Ok, yes this is a known issue and can be overcome.  IIRC, there is a waiting time before switching the Ignition back on.

You are very close. This can be accomplished! :thumbsup:

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Should I just check tomorrow morning?

I think I got it lol

better late than never.

Thank you so much again for your help 

seriously you are a good person 👍

will report back after a test ride 

thank you again 

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4 hours ago, arveno said:

Holy cow with the engine temp at 70

the CO trim  was 21 

I click on minus until zero .

Bur then after I kill switch the engine and closed the program.

i re connected and the co trim was again 21 

 

You need to go to logged faults and clear any indicated before you can change the CO as well.

CO at 21, no big deal. It may run better that way. There is no gospel rule that says it needs to be at zero.

Phil 

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5 hours ago, Lucky Phil said:

You need to go to logged faults and clear any indicated before you can change the CO as well.

CO at 21, no big deal. It may run better that way. There is no gospel rule that says it needs to be at zero.

Phil 

Did that 

and CO trim at 21 might not be a big deal but it run too rich , so in my case … better start to lean the bike a bit .

I am tired or dropping fresh oil and filter due to gas in the sump.

also the amount of spark plugs I have been replacing….🙈

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15 hours ago, arveno said:

Did that 

and CO trim at 21 might not be a big deal but it run too rich , so in my case … better start to lean the bike a bit .

I am tired or dropping fresh oil and filter due to gas in the sump.

also the amount of spark plugs I have been replacing….🙈

If it's that bad then you've got more issues than CO at 21.

Phil

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