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TuneECU can basically be used only on models which are listed in the compatibility list.

Map_Database

Doc Ver:2.5 Mar. 2013
Android Doc Ver:4.0 Jul. 2019


last update feb-17-2020
!! Important note !!
No Motobike Manufactor have had involvement in this product.
The use of a manufactures name and / or model designation to describe
the motorcycles on this site does not imply that the manufacturer endorses
the use of this application.

Support is only for the software (Android vers. only), no advice or recommendation
will be given on the use of maps. 
Except the brief descriptions available on the site,
no additional information will be provided on the maps, for any additional questions,  please ask in the appropriate forums.

Connecting 

This description was created for the Windows version of TuneECU and canbe applied
largely on the Android version. Deviations in the Android version will be added here by
and by, or can be read HERE.

RUNNING THE SOFTWARE

The software is available in French, German, Italien, Spanish, Portuguese and English; the choice is made automatically based on the language of the operating system,  or manually (manually Selection, only possible
in the version of Windows) by
<Menu> Options - Language.

Connection to ECU (Sagem & Keihin models) with Cable:
  1. Connect the USB/OBD cable to the ECU connector on the motorcycle, and the USB side
    to the computer or Android device.
  2. Turn the ignition key to the ON position and the ignition kill switch to the RUN position, but
    do not start the engine.
  3. For Windows version: Start TuneECU and wait for the connection to be established.
    If the connection to the ECU is not automatic, select Connect from the ECU menu.
  4. For Android version: Select the used ECU-Typ in the Menu "ECU"  under option "Select"
    now open the menu "ECU" and select "Connect"
Connection to ECU with Bluetooth (Android version only):
Important NOTE !! With Bluetooth connection, turn off all others bluetooth devices paired
with your android device (headphone, speaker...)
and put the Android device in airplane mode.

When using a compatible Bluetooth adapter, the LED flashes blue during connection
establishment, then red and yellow, when connected, the green LED flashes.
  • Start the Bluetooth function in your Android device
  • Plug the Bluetooth adapter into the diagnostic port on the bike.
  • Switch on the ignition.
  • In the Android device, start the Bluetooth function.
  • Connect the Bluetooth adapter and the Android device via the pairing function.
  • Start TuneECU
  • When you start TuneECU with Bluetooth-connection for the first time, select the Bluetooth-adapter
    to be used. On a later start, all that remains to be done is to confirm whether the application is
    authorized to activate Bluetooth.
  • Select the used ECU-Typ in the Menu "ECU"  under option "Select" (eg Triumph Keihin).
  • Select "Connect" in the "ECU" menu.

Connection to the Walbro ECU:
Note: For the Walbro models is when using TuneECU for Android, still a converter cable,
          FTDI-USB-RS232, required.

  • Connect the serial cable with the 6-pin diagnostic socket of the bike.
  • Do not connect the 2-pin connector.
  • Start now TuneECU.
  • For the Windows Version only: Select the assigned COM port  in the menu "Options-serial-interface"
    the software must still be offline at this time, not connected with the bike, (auto-connection must
    be menu "Options" deselected). Keep also the 2-pin connector ready and connect it to the ECU
    only when prompted by TuneECU.
  • Android version only: Select the used ECU-Typ in the Menu "ECU"  under option "Select"
    Note: For Benelli 899/1130 models (Walbro ECU): The selection for these models
    will only be displayed if you have connected the cables to the Android device.
    Keep also the 2-pin connector ready and connect it to the ECU only when prompted by TuneECU.

  • Turn on the ignition
  • Now select the menu "ECU" <Connect>

You can monitor the connection with the indicator at the bottom-right corner of the screen.
This change from red to flashing orange and then flashing green.

Manually connecting to the ECU
If the connection to the ECU is not automatic, select Connect from the ECU menu.

Windows version only:
This confirms that TuneECU is communicating with the ECU.

After the indicator turns green, communication with the ECU is established when:

  • Vin #, ECU Serial and Map base info are all displayed in the ECU infos panel

  • 'Map Edit' icon changes to Green 'Download' icon (if map is already loaded in program).

Android version only:
This confirms that TuneECU is communicating with the ECU.
When connecting with the ECU, the LED turns green, more informations to the Android version HERE.

At this point TuneECU is ready to perform Map Edit, Diagnostics or Tests.

TuneECU has 3 operational modes:-

Map Edit:

Map editing and programming the ECU.
With Bluetooth connection, reading and reprograming map
functions are not available.

Diagnostics:

Viewing all sensors of the engine system.

Tests:

Setup and testing of certain components of the bike.

 

Selecting a Mode

  • Map Edit: Editing and programming ECU maps
  • Diagnostics: Checking the sensors for engine management
  • Tests: Adjustment and testing of certain component of the motorcycle

The mode selection is done by clicking the proper button (Fig.3)

                      Fig. 3

!! Important note !!
No Motobike Manufactor have had involvement in this product.
The use of a manufactures name and / or model designation to describe
the motorcycles on this site does not imply that the manufacturer endorses
the use of this application.

All care has been taken in the creation of this page, however, the author
cannot guarantee  the completeness and accuracy of this information.

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