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post #1 of 17 Old 04-17-2017, 08:39 AM Thread Starter
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Autoblipper ripping me off the bike

So the first time I enabled autoblip it worked decently, bout 6 months ago. I've since had my ECU warrantied (for the 2nd time) and retuned the bike. Now though the autoblip is savage. If I don't brace it'll literally try rip my hands off the bars it lurches so hard.
Kill time is 300ms (default) and ive tried down to 200ms with no perceived improvement. It feels like it's killing ignition, blipping, and then re-engaging before the blip is finished; which to me would indicate a longer kill time required, but that seems somehow wrong in my head, having almost half a second of kill time.

Anyone got experience with this?


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post #2 of 17 Old 04-17-2017, 10:43 AM
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Your kill time is way to long I normally set mine at 50ms and start tuning from there
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Your kill time is way to long I normally set mine at 50ms and start tuning from there
This is the autoblip, not the quickshift kill time. Autoblip doesn't go below 200ms.
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It is how you are using the Autoblip. If you are just rolling off the throttle and using Autoblip it will do that because RPM be higher. If you are on the brakes close throttle with RPM on a higher range and matching it as down shift then there is no problem.

If you have woolich you can adjust the TPS opening according to your riding and what RPM you are down shifting. lower RPM range may need less opening.
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I enabled it on mine last year and then turned it back off shortly after. I didn't like it.

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I enabled it on mine last year and then turned it back off shortly after. I didn't like it.
Really? I love autoblip already! One less thing to think about, just grab the brakes and shift.
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Yeah, although I must admit I didn't spend a lot of time trying to figure it out. I just didn't see that I was really gaining an advantage using it like I do with the upshifts.

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It is how you are using the Autoblip. If you are just rolling off the throttle and using Autoblip it will do that because RPM be higher. If you are on the brakes close throttle with RPM on a higher range and matching it as down shift then there is no problem.

If you have woolich you can adjust the TPS opening according to your riding and what RPM you are down shifting. lower RPM range may need less opening.
Shouldn't be the case if it's calibrated correctly. Never known another bike or shifter to have this problem with my style of downshifting.

One of the regular boys is helping me resolve it through PM's


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Shouldn't be the case if it's calibrated correctly. Never known another bike or shifter to have this problem with my style of downshifting.

One of the regular boys is helping me resolve it through PM's
I have no problem with the calibration I have, works well for me.
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