Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: Titusville, FL.
Not sure how you are hooking things up right now but I had a time trying to figure stuff out. After you update the pc, use the little connection thing that came with the ignition module. You have to crank the bike or use a 9volt battery to get everything to come on. If you use a 9v, unplug the commander from the motorcycle's battery. My 9v kept dying on me, so be sure its a fresh one. But keep the cable with the ignition module plugged in. Then on the pc software, go to: tools, environment options, show ignition tables. Then you are free to roll.
I kept getting that ignition table failure thing and the problem was the 9v battery so i hooked it up to the bike and cranked it. Just words of wisdom, a little change in the ignition table goes a long ways. I have mine set at 3 degress across and noticed a big difference but I'm not sure how it will do on a fairly stock bike. You'll have to let us know. If you hear a pinging in the bike under a load, you know you have advanced to far. You may want to go with less advancement on your higher throttle percentages at low rpms.
One suggestion that I did with the ign module is to put Ivan's TRE on there. Although your ignition module is changing the timing map, it still is being retarded by the ecu in lower gears. So for another 60 bucks you can get full advancement from the ecu while then adding more with the ignition module.
Holler if things still aren't working or you got any questions.