Join Date: Sep 2016
Location: Champasak province, Lao P.D.R.
Dear all ECU gurus.
I have tried, several times, to perform this procedure as my engine revs way too high after fitting a DNA air filter
Put the stock air filter back, still revving too high (5-6,000 rpm)
Bought a PowerTronic ECU fitted this (first forgot one plug at the injector) and started the bike with ECU in place and connected.
Stand up, not touching the throttle, engine runs around 7,000 rpm within the first 30 seconds.
Thinking this not too favourable on a cold engine I switch it off.
Disconnect the ECU and replace this with the supplied "dummy".
Engine starts runs 1,500 - 2,000 for the first minute then revs up to 7,000+ again.
With a relatively cold engine (it is around 24C here in the morning cool) I feel having it run for 15 minutes at 7,000 so rpm is not what I supposed to do.
Also, the fuel gauge shows no bars and the dial reads "low fuel" which is not the case, the red engine warning light remains engaged (not the centre red-light).
The general warning light remains engaged but this will be due to it reading "Low Fuel" which is not the case.
Any advice other than sending me to a dealer which is not an option?