Update on my stalling issue.I had the same issue for quite some time. Ironically, I upgraded from V1 ..... more prominent.
Here's the listing: Powertronic plug-in ECU for KTM Duke 390 | eBayHi guys
If anyone should be looking for a 10 month old Powertronic V1 have a look at Ebay UK as I've just listed mine as I sold the bike and the new owner didn't want it ( big mistake in my opinion). Worked great for me and never had a problem with it. Vastly improved engine response and no more snatching at low revs. Hardly anymore rev limiter triggering. I just ran it on the preinstalled map1 and never bothered to play around with anything else.
If you're interested check it out!
You can get in touch with our distributor for the region at [email protected]Do you have any agents in Bangkok, Thailand ??
We're back in stock with an all new quick shifter compatible PowerTRONIC unit. PowerTRONIC would now have fuel, ignition, traction control and quick shifter compatibility all in one box! Pricing and availability for the quick shifter shall in announced in the coming months.Update on my stalling issue.
The RD team went ahead and replaced my box to PT 3.0 and the bike feels much better. Apparently, the stalling issues seem to occur on bikes with electrical mods but 3.0 is calibrated/sorted to handle all that.
The 390 now feels extremely peppy with a constant slow speed RPM and no dips. The power output with the akra is maniacal! The stock dual-map seems to work well with my exhaust/intake setup, although, I'll be going back to them for a custom tune & traction control.
I've installed a map switch next to the console and this makes it extremely easy to switch between the 2 maps.
A great thanks to the RD team, especially Karthik, for taking the time in helping sort these issues.
P.S. Can't wait for the RD quick-shifter to become available (3.0 is QS compatible!)
It is not necessary, just get the PT connected and you can ride away. If you have done any mods to your bike like exhaust or air filter you may want to load a diffent map though, in that case you have to hook up your computer to burn a new map to the PT. You can also connect the PC while the PT is connected to the bike and the bike is running, gives you some options to calibrate the throttle and you can read all sorts of things. Race Dynamics have some more or less educational videos on youtube if you want to check them out.Dear PD/PT ECU users,
Is it advisable to connect and download the map, installed on a newly purchased ECU onto your computer before installing the unit onto your bike?
I am not an IT wizard and all this electronic mumbo-jumbo is pretty new to me.
Thanking you in advance,
let us know if u get the ORANGE running ....Managed to install the freshly arrived ECU from India today.
Nicely worked away all the wires using ty-wraps.
Also dropped in the new Magneti Marelli Li-ION battery.
Tried to start 5 times . . . . . . . . nothing.
Will get some fuel tomorrow and try again, including the "if she doesn't start" procedures.
Have a great weekend all.
great !Hi Phil,
I actually did and all was my mistake for forgetting to plug the counter connector of the injector ha ha.
Nevertheless, the little 200 still revs way too high.
Not able/willing to do the 15-minute trick when revving up to 7,000+ on a cold engine.
Will try and get a new airbox in Thailand end of the month as this one is slowly but surely dissolving/cracking up.
Well Phil,anyway if anyone in Racedynamic seing this ... i had 2 unit of Powertronics .. 1st the old serial comm version ... i had a 7,000k rpm breakdown and it cant be fixed and the later USB version ... that keep my engine stalling .... even after dyno for a few times ....
if there is a case i can get an upgrade to version 3 ... ????????????????????????????????