That does sound familiar. Don't let the hornets get ya. A hornet 2 inches long that can kill a human???? That and it eats honey bees for lunch. What a mess that would make on your windshield, probably drill right through it. Was in this morning's paper that these beasts were discovered in the Blaine, WA area so when you take your test ride head south.NO, I have not had a chance to ride. We are trying to get out this week sometime. Work and honey do list have gotten in the way of the test ride so far.
I got a chance to ride yesterday. Started a new thread hereNO, I have not had a chance to ride. We are trying to get out this week sometime. Work and honey do list have gotten in the way of the test ride so far.
Does this by any chance refer to a Gen2 post Ivan flash?Being on the "cusp" of 2 map-states (where the ECU keeps jumping back and forth when riding at that point) was the culprit for the surging when commuting slowly in no-load conditions in traffic (steady-state throttle at about 35 - 40 mph iirc).
Hey Jeff. Great starting questions with the answers plus many more ideas offered in just this thread. May I friendly like suggest intro'ing at new member category, tells us how you got your FJR, maybe throw in a bike pic, read the new member stuff, give the forum something to work with.need to be re flashed?
Gen II does not have ride modes (fuel maps for different behaviors). It is unlikely that a reflash would be required after an exhaust change.Good review of Ivan flash. I have an 09 1300a, and not familiar with drive modes? Are these on later years?
What about changing exhaust after the flash? Would it need to be re flashed?
I don't see any reason why not. Also don't see why you would need to change/check the CO or adjust TPS.Question for yall. Ivans is closed from 8-1 thru 9-4 and I emailed a friend but he is probably out knocking off 1500 miles with his wife today
If I confirm the CO settings are at 0 and verify and adjust if necessary my TPS on my 2010 is there any reason I cannot swap the ECU out of my 2009 that Ivan Reflashed?
The reason for the CO and TPS are at Ivan's instruction. I did this procedure when I originally installed it on the 09. ---> https://www.ivansperformanceproducts.com/fjr1300_g2_2.htmI don't see any reason why not. Also don't see why you would need to change/check the CO or adjust TPS.
No direct knowledge on the subject and didn't stay at a Holiday Inn last night...
I suppose it wouldn't hurt anything to try (or wait three days and check with Ivan).
I had not read that before. Your 2010 should be 0,0,0,0 from the factory unless you, or a previous owner, did the Barbarian jumper mod and changed it. As far as the tps is concerned, it is the first I have heard of doing this. I noticed that he said it was less critical than the CO and could be done later...The reason for the CO and TPS are at Ivan's instruction. I did this procedure when I originally installed it on the 09. ---> https://www.ivansperformanceproducts.com/fjr1300_g2_2.htm
An indispensable tool set for bike work. Ratcheting bit wrench.If I remember correctly, adjusting the TPS requires one of those stupid safety Torx drivers. And I think it's in a tight spot so it really needs a ground down safety Torx bit and a Chapman ratchet or an open end wrench to turn the bit.