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  1. #21 Re: CF650TK ECU remove potting compound 
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    Aftermarket ECU.
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  2. #22 Re: CF650TK ECU remove potting compound 
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamwalker View Post
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    Aftermarket ECU.
    How much was that one? Does the bike work ok??
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  3. #23 Re: CF650TK ECU remove potting compound 
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    Quote Originally Posted by jose1984 View Post
    How much was that one? Does the bike work ok??
    I bought it for 480 eur, including customs clearance etc. I have ordered because I thought, it would solve my issues with unstable idling and stalling. Has not. It works plug and play, but you need to calibrate TPS to it. I am now going to try to change injector or coils. With this ECU bike works smoother and also seems to be reacting faster to idling issue. It is much lighter than Ducati ECU. The seller on AliExpress offers 2 versions, with original software and adjusted. I got the adjusted one.
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  4. #24 Re: CF650TK ECU remove potting compound 
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamwalker View Post
    I bought it for 480 eur, including customs clearance etc. I have ordered because I thought, it would solve my issues with unstable idling and stalling. Has not. It works plug and play, but you need to calibrate TPS to it. I am now going to try to change injector or coils. With this ECU bike works smoother and also seems to be reacting faster to idling issue. It is much lighter than Ducati ECU. The seller on AliExpress offers 2 versions, with original software and adjusted. I got the adjusted one.
    How do you calibrate the TPS?

    What’s the difference with the adjusted one??
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  5. #25 Re: CF650TK ECU remove potting compound 
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    Quote Originally Posted by jose1984 View Post
    How do you calibrate the TPS?

    What’s the difference with the adjusted one??
    You need to go to CF dealer and connect the ECU to OBD diagnosis. They can calibrate. Otherwise it will show TPS error via FI indication. Option is to get OBD somewhere with the SW Dr it.

    Adjusted one has different fuel map loaded, that is more optimized for performance. Original one has the same map as Ducti ECU. But both should be more stable than Ducati, as whole electronic board is completely resigned.
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  6. #26 Re: CF650TK ECU remove potting compound 
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    Ahhh that sounds better!!

    PDA tool is mega expensive and not available; what’s SW Dr it? I’m used to use OBDII, VAG COM, TuneEcu, etc,… what program and cable would I need to use?
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  7. #27 Re: CF650TK ECU remove potting compound 
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    Quote Originally Posted by jose1984 View Post
    Ahhh that sounds better!!

    PDA tool is mega expensive and not available; what’s SW Dr it? I’m used to use OBDII, VAG COM, TuneEcu, etc,… what program and cable would I need to use?
    I don't know. I just drove to local CF Moto dealership and they calibrated TPS for me. Under the seat, there is. Free cable with the connector, that one connects to. But as I saw, it is not one typical one, so adapter is needed. Basically you need something, that can not only read, but also write the data i thing. If the TPS values are not much out of line, then it works fine, have not seen difference before and after calibration. But if it is too much, then it could make probably issues with the smooth engine running.
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  8. #28 Re: CF650TK ECU remove potting compound 
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    Quote Originally Posted by jose1984 View Post
    Ahhh that sounds better!!

    PDA tool is mega expensive and not available; what’s SW Dr it? I’m used to use OBDII, VAG COM, TuneEcu, etc,… what program and cable would I need to use?
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    My idling issue.
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  9. #29 Re: CF650TK ECU remove potting compound 
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamwalker View Post
    That wouldn’t bothered me too much - just want mine running! Enjoy bud
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  10. #30 Re: CF650TK ECU remove potting compound 
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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamwalker View Post
    I don't know. I just drove to local CF Moto dealership and they calibrated TPS for me. Under the seat, there is. Free cable with the connector, that one connects to. But as I saw, it is not one typical one, so adapter is needed. Basically you need something, that can not only read, but also write the data i thing. If the TPS values are not much out of line, then it works fine, have not seen difference before and after calibration. But if it is too much, then it could make probably issues with the smooth engine running.
    The adapter cable for ODBII is a Fiat car one
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