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post #31 of 51 Old 09-05-2017, 09:28 AM
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I did it myself. Graves let's you have the map free. Just go to the FTECU file manager, download it and send to your bike. Super simple 😊

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Did they open the map up so you can modify your settings? I originally went wtih FTECU and the Graves map but then I realized they had it locked down so you couldn't adjust anything. I originally just wanted it for a starting point. Completely worthless to me.

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Thanks for the explanation! The "snatchiness" on this Gen5 seems much worse than my Gen4.

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I forgot to mention that I added the Graves cam throttle to my 2016. This was a big change.

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I forgot to mention that I added the Graves cam throttle to my 2016. This was a big change.

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So your throttle twist is shorter now?

Did it help? Make worse?

Haven't put a quick turn throttle on mine yet but it's still really "snatchy" after a Woolich flash/tune on the dyno
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So your throttle twist is shorter now?

Did it help? Make worse?

Haven't put a quick turn throttle on mine yet but it's still really "snatchy" after a Woolich flash/tune on the dyno
Yes it works...100%

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Haven't put a quick turn throttle on mine yet but it's still really "snatchy" after a Woolich flash/tune on the dyno
Did you have a roll racer tune the bike? Their idea of ETV throttle mapping is setting 1st gear to 75% so they don't have to worry about wheelies.

However, you can't really tune throttle feel on the dyno. I know you're familiar with Woolich so you could probably map it out yourself.
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Yes it works...100%
To be clear, you're saying adding a quick turn throttle will help reduce the "snatchy" feel?

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To be clear, you're saying adding a quick turn throttle will help reduce the "snatchy" feel?
The Graves is a progressive turn tube that also shortens the overall turn slightly. It’s much softer than stock from 0-30%, then at about 50-70% it speeds up and makes the overall rotation faster (by a small margin), than stock.
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Did you have a roll racer tune the bike? Their idea of ETV throttle mapping is setting 1st gear to 75% so they don't have to worry about wheelies.

However, you can't really tune throttle feel on the dyno. I know you're familiar with Woolich so you could probably map it out yourself.
I think you already know who tuned it, but yes. I'm going to look into what I can do to make any changes. I have access to a Woolich USB-V3 from a friend.

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I think you already know who tuned it, but yes. I'm going to look into what I can do to make any changes. I have access to a Woolich USB-V3 from a friend.
Maybe lol. What drag racers/Roll racers want and track riders want are two different things so it's to be expected.
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