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#1 bstar360

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Posted 16 July 2012 - 10:32 AM

Hi Mark,

Microtec ECU idle set points on the parameter page.
With the ECU I got from you they are set at, low 50C and high 70C.
On the injection page, water temp correction, there seems to be no correction at these settings, correction finishes at 45.
How is "Idle set points" doing anything at 50C -70C if there is no correction at these temps?
What does "Set point idling" do"
I'm just trying to understand.

In my efforts to get the cold idle to where I would like it I have "idle set points" at Low 40C and high 50C and have added some more injection to the water temp correction.
Would I be better to put some advance in the water temp correction instead of injection?
I chose these temps as I did not want any correction above 60 degrees as my bike can run as low as 61C-62C on the freeway in the cold weather.
I have water temp correction up to 45C degrees, so there is some overlap in my settings.
Are these settings going to cause a conflict between the two different settings," Idle set point" and "Water temp correction"?
Is one setting working against the other and will I be chasing my tail trying to get cold idle right setting it up this way?

Thanks.

Edited by bstar360, 17 July 2012 - 06:02 AM.


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