Post by darksidemxer on May 15, 2019 4:51:26 GMT -7
I put my bike into mode B for the first time today and had a question about it. This is supposed to be the "full power" mode but it didnt feel that way and when I let the clutch out instead of the RPMS dropping, the RPMS actually start climbing with no throttle input. I swapped it to A and STD, it didnt do this. Is that normal or a result of the Woolich tune the previous owner had done? It is just unusual for me that in full power mode with no throttle, letting the clutch out this thing wanted to really take off. I mean its normal to have the bike start walking forward no throttle and just casual but i mean it took off and got up to like 15mph lol.
Not sure about letting the clutch go part, but B mode is the same power as A. Difference is, the throttle is WAY more sensitive when stock and very twitchy (some like that, some dont). B mode is like you take all the electronics making the power delivery smooth away
Post by RedAndBlack on May 15, 2019 13:20:51 GMT -7
Exactly what thefinn said. The "Power" mode on our bike does not mess with engine power. All it does it mess with the throttle maps. So don't be afraid to run Standard in the canyons. I did before I got my ECU flashed and the throttle modes remapped cause I was jerking the out of the throttle on the other modes.
Post by darksidemxer on May 16, 2019 10:38:18 GMT -7
Idle seems fine. The previous owner may have had it tuned like this. He said his dad had them tune it to be more aggressive launching in B and i guess that could explain it idling up higher when let out? I didnt know it was capable of idling the same then when the clutch starts out and a load is on the engine it increases idle.🤷♂️